By Christine Whitmarsh
As a new blogger here on Travel Nurse Source, I recently took a self-guided tour of the website. Hopefully your travel nursing career will soon benefit from some of the site highlights and areas that I found to be especially useful.
Home Page: Scroll down to the middle of the page and you’ll find a list of featured travel nurse job descriptions with location, salary and specialty area listed. This is a perfect quick reference starting point for your travel nursing career job search.
While you’re there, be sure and remember to sign up for free job alerts, so you don’t miss out when your dream travel nursing job becomes available.
Apply Now: Pretty self-explanatory, but I would be remiss in not mentioning this as another key starting point in your job search for travel nursing careers. Answer some basic questions about your dream job and TNS will get to work coordinating with our partner travel nursing agencies to make the best match possible.
Benefits of Travel Nursing and Why Become a Travel Nurse: New to travel nursing or still trying to decide if this is the career for you? These pages present lots of compelling (and lucrative) reasons.
Travel Nurse Jobs by State: This is the fun part and possibly the most exciting part of travel nursing. On this page you get to play travel agent, pick your dream job destination and see what jobs are available. Dream big!
Why Travel Nurse Source? This is a perfectly fair question, since we know realistically that we’re not the only company of our kind. Let us show you why so many travel nurses trust us with their careers.
Be sure and take a moment to peruse these pages as well as all the other ones listed in the left menu bar to learn everything you need to know about Travel Nurse Source and all the benefits and perks that a career in travel nursing has to offer! We also value your feedback. Feel free to leave a comment with ideas for additional pages and information that you would like to see featured on the site.
Christine Whitmarsh is a Registered Nurse with a BSN from the University of Rhode Island. She is a freelance health journalist and medical writer and a contributor to Travel Nurse Source and Allied Travel Careers.