CHP on Spotify: Our Travelers
We’ve been sharing a few musical insights into Cariant Health Partners this year, and asked our travelers to join the fun. Our travel therapists recently participated in a Spotify Challenge, creating and sending in playlists that represent their “travel soundtrack”. Road trip playlists, beats to energize and songs for quiet weekends–it was a fun way
New Grad Guide to Travel Therapy
Is graduation just around the corner? You don’t have to commit long-term just yet. There are many reasons to consider starting your career as a travel therapist.
10 Reasons To Be a Traveling Therapist
Whether you’re making the switch from permanent to contract work, or student to new graduate, there are a lot of factors to weigh when changing or starting a new career path. Family, friends, money, location, professional goals… all usually top-of-mind (and important) to consider. In addition to those factors, consider these 10 reasons to travel:
Ready to travel? Here are a couple reasons to choose Cariant Health Partners.
2015 Travel Therapy Forecast
Having been in the travel therapy business since 2001, we’re skilled at picking up the subtle needle movements of our industry. Here are some trends we’re seeing this year. There are seven new “hot” states for 2015.
Finding the “Good” Recruiters
Finding a recruiter who you connect with and trust can start your travel career on the right track. There are plenty of companies out there that can place healthcare professionals in temporary needs, but it’s the one-on-one relationship with your recruiter that often impacts whether you have an enjoyable experience or a poor one.
CHP on Spotify: Travelers & Wanderlust
All recruiters sound the same. They really don’t… but we understand therapists feel this way when inundated with calls from travel therapy companies, or after listening to dozens of recruiters at national association shows. It’s difficult to filter the noise and find a company that resonates. So we’re giving you another way to get to
Guest Post: Catherine C., Travel OT
My craving for adventure started when I graduated high school and jumped on a plane to Vermont for a three-month camp counselor job. It was there that I learned of occupational therapy from another traveling counselor, an OT student from Germany. Since that summer my career path has been the most solid thing in my
Tax Season For Travelers
Someone in a foam Statue of Liberty costume has begun waving at passersby from the sidewalk. A sign spinner in a neon-pink gorilla suit distracts drivers near a busy intersection over the lunch hour. All signs point to tax season. Traveling has its perks, like tax-free incentives, but the traveling situation gets a little complicated
The Long List of Travel Therapist Tips – Part Two
The second post in our Cariant traveler tip series. More helpful advice from new to experienced traveling therapists. 41. “Never stop learning! Take away something from each assignment to keep in your little ‘clinician toolbox’.” – Derek S., PT