Should a Travel Nurse Work With Multiple Travel Nursing Companies?


When embarking on a travel nursing career, many nurses face the dilemma of deciding whether to work with just one travel nursin company or multiple agencies. There are advantages to both approaches.

Some travel nurses feel more secure when they have established a relationship with a single company and, in some cases, with a particular recruiter. There is a familairity that reduces the “learning curve” as each new assignment comes about. The recruiter understands the unique needs and circumstances of the nurse and can be working in advamce to identify opportunities that fit that particular nurse. The travel nurse builds trust with the recruiter and feels more secure in the knowledgae that the recruiter really is working wqith the nurse’s best interest in mind.

Some nurses feel that they expand their options and have more opportunities to identify the particular location that they want and cut a better compensation deal by working with multiple agencies. They prefer to compare and contrast a variety of assignments and negotiate a package that is more financially attractive.

There are benefits to both approaches and it is really up to each individual nurse to decide which approach is best for them when seeking their next travel nurse job. At Travel Nurse Source, we provide the opportunity to present your credentials to multiple travel nurse agencies and then make a decision whether to keep working with all of them or to settle in with just one. And with the quality of the travel nursing companies that are members of our network, you can be sure that you will be treated professionally and with the respect you deserve.

Author: Travel Nurse Source

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  1. I think it is best to have two companies that you are comfortable with and travel with exclusively. That way you can have the best of both worlds, the familiarity of one company and the location options of multiple companies.

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