Millennials and Travel Nursing

Hitting The Open Road: Travel Nursing Catches On With Millennials By ROXIE HAMMILL Emergency room nurse Nathan Craft and his wife Annie don’t expect anything to be easy as they pull up stakes for the next two years. The RV they … Continued

Registered Nurse Hottest Job

Registered nurse is the hottest job- it is the job most frequently posted on Monster Worldwide’s job board so far this year, followed by software developers and retail supervisors, according to the online jobs portal’s Mid-Year Jobs Report. New York City … Continued

Travel Nurse

Getting Millennial Nurses to Commit to Your Organization We know firsthand what it’s like to be a parent of a millennial nurse. My millennial daughter is married to a travel nurse. They are out living the dream in their “tiny … Continued

US Healthcare Staffing Market to Grow 6%

May 6, 2018 According to the recent semiannual update of Staffing Industry Analysts’ US Staffing Industry Forecast, the healthcare staffing market in the US is projected to grow 6% this year and 5% in 2019 in terms of revenue. While … Continued

Reducing Red Tape For The Traveling Nurse

Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) Expands Anna Gorman Lauren Bond, a traveling nurse who is working a temporary job at the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, has held licenses in five states and Washington, D.C. She maintains a detailed spreadsheet … Continued

Should a BSN be the Minimum for a Nurse?

June 5, 2017 Should a Bachelor’s Degree (BSN) be the minimum level of education for a Nurse? This subject is being considered now for many reasons. The traditional role of the nurse as the bedside caregiver and the hospital as … Continued