Recruiter Relationships

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

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Cariant Named Among 2022 Best Travel Nursing Companies

Best Travel Nursing Companies

The travel nurses have spoken and we are happy to announce Cariant was recently named one of the “Best Travel Nursing Companies” for 2022! This honor comes from BluePipes, a trusted resource for healthcare professionals everywhere. We placed #12 on this year’s list, which is no small feat for a company of our size. This

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Travel Nursing 101

Interested in a travel nursing career, but not sure of the basics? Get the 101 on what it will take to start your travel nurse adventure.   Ready to hit the road? Apply now, or browse our list of current travel nurse contracts.

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We Need to Talk About Ghosting

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

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The Best Travel Nursing Company For You

Finding the best travel nursing company for you is no small task. You should interview recruiters, understand what motivates you as a traveler, and know what “fluff” to take with a grain of salt and what deserves extra analysis.

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Travel Nurse Interview: Lanita

At Cariant Health Partners we work with a lot of amazing travel nurses. This month we interviewed travel nurse Lanita W., currently on assignment in Warsaw, Virginia. What got you interested in travel nursing? I have always dreamed of being a traveling nurse, even before I entered nursing school. My grandmother’s niece was a nurse

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Why Work For Travel?

We recently asked our travel nurses to answer the question, “What do you love about travel?” Their answers ranged from short-and-sweet and concisely accurate to an ode to recruiters. Here are a few of the responses: “I love traveling because I love to meet new people, new surroundings and most of all I get to

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How to Become a Travel Nurse

Unlike travel therapy, nurses need a few years of experience under their belt before clients are likely to consider them for travel staffing needs. One Year vs. Two Years Two years is best, but you can be submitted for consideration with one year of experience. The two years will make you more marketable in competitive

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