Tag Archives: SLP

Answered: Why Work For Travel?

We recently asked our travelers to answer the question, “What do you love about travel?”

Their answers ranged from short-and-sweet and concisely accurate to an ode to everything we love about travel ourselves. Here are a few of the responses: Read more »

Hot Travel Therapy Locations for Spring

Where will you be this March/April? There are a lot of places in the country that make for a beautiful spring season. Consider these three locations:

Washington, DC

With a surplus of year-round attractions to visit in Washington, DC, one could certainly use 13 weeks to take in all that our country’s capital has to offer. But you only need one reason to visit in early springthe cherry blossoms. Read more »

Travel Therapy: The Happiness Investment

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Happiness. It’s a “big” word. Many factors go into it. Friends, health and work to name a few. Job satisfaction is a big part of that big word, contributing to how many adults measure their level of happiness. Read more »

Traveling & Trust

At Cariant, your initial recruiter stays on as your sole account manager for as long as you travel with us. This dedication and solidarity builds strong relationships between our long-term travelers and account managers. Many experienced travelers trust our account managers to submit them for desired locations without checking in first. Often, it’s during the time spent waiting for traveler approval that those coveted positions are filled. Read more »

Travel Contracts Over the Holidays

As the end of October draws closer, now is a good time to plan out contracts that fall over the holiday season. It’s okay to request vacation time during a contract. Make your recruiter aware of any vacation time you’ll need, as the facility will take that into consideration.

While it is typical to include time off in a contract, be flexible – it’s unlikely to receive days Read more »