One of the best things about travel healthcare is the opportunity to be a local rather than a tourist. You get to experience and appreciate the unique culture that comes with each placement. Living a few months in any one place will help you decide where you would like to revisit or even retire. If
Two former college football players, a Texas OT and nurse, and an OT and PT from Nebraska walk into a bar…it sounds like the start of a bad joke. That’s the joy of travel healthcare though, the most amazing people with a wide variety of backgrounds can collide around a common cause: meeting a need
We aren’t usually the boastful type, but after winning two awards in two months, we are pretty proud of ourselves! Last month, we announced Cariant had placed #12 on the BluePipes Best Travel Nursing Companies 2022 list, which is no small feat for a company of our size. And THIS month, we made the Great
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From US Drug Test Centers: How to Avoid a Dilute Specimen It is always best to go for a urine collection first thing in the morning because your urine is fresh and not likely dilute. Do not drink extra water because you are afraid of not being able to produce urine at your drug test
If adaptability is innately one of your skills, you’re probably well-suited for a travel career. If it’s something you have to work for, we’ve got two good reasons for making that extra effort. “Action and adaptability create opportunity.” – Garrison Wynn
We know the relationship with your recruiter is one of the more important parts of a successful travel career. At Cariant, you work with one recruiter regardless of where in the U.S. you want to travel. The longer you travel with us the stronger your relationship with your recruiter becomes. They are your advocates on
Ghosting, an act we may categorize as something that only happens when “retiring” personal relationships, has shifted to the professional space as an employment trend. It’s on the minds of many HR and recruiting professionals. And unfortunately, it’s on our radar as well. Culturally acceptable it may be to “ghost” an individual to end a
Will work for travel. That’s a slogan we use a lot around here. We love it because travelers WORK hard. You worked hard to earn your healthcare degree. Most of you are working hard to pay off student loans. And for 13 weeks you work hard to be of service to each and every patient
Washington State is a favorite destination for traveling healthcare professionals and for good reasons. The scenery is surprisingly diverse. Contracts are usually plentiful. And it makes for beautiful Instagram posts. You’ll want photo keepsakes of this place.