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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Will Work For Travel

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

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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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10 Questions to ask a travel nurse recruiter

As a recruiter I ask a lot of questions, but only so I can better meet your needs as a travel nurse and understand what is most important to you as a professional and an individual. But I don’t want to control the conversation. It’s equally important that you pose questions to recruiters. Asking questions

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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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Travel Nursing: It Is and Isn’t All About the Money

Money is a major incentive in the world of travel nursing. Even so, try not to make money the ONLY consideration when deciding whether to start a travel career or when weighing two different contracts. Money matters, but travel nursing should never be all about the money. Consider these three things as well: Cultures of

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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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Rural Travel Nursing

Lately I have come across comments in travel nursing forums and social media groups about how people don’t want to travel to any small, out-of-the-way and “never heard of that place before” towns. I realize travel itself is of course the main allure to travel nursing, but there are a lot of places to explore

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