Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) April 13, 2007 – Although men comprise less than 10 percent of the nurse workforce in the U.S., travel nursing remains a high-paying alternative for men seeking the adrenaline and personal fulfillment of other civil service and emergency jobs and want to stay close to home.
Travel nurse jobs with American Traveler include free private housing and health insurance, a corporate-matched 401(k), and bonuses.
Whereas the median salary for fireman and EMTs is somewhere between 30K and 50K a year,travel nurses can earn between $70,000 and $100,000depending on assignment.
“At first I was attracted to travel nursing for the money, but it’s fit in perfectly with our goal to raise children and be near family,” said 28-year-old Wisconsin travel nurse Eric D.
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Facts/Things to Do
location & natural amenities are
some of the attributes that make it
a great place to live. Comfortable temperatures
and being situated between San Francisco
and Sacramento, offer a strategic location
and perfect weather.
Love candy? Visit the famous Jelly
Belly factory. Learn how these funky-flavored
treats are made! Love beer? Budweiser
has a brewery here where you can learn
how the popular American beer
is made. The best part is the free
is a favorite pastime in Fairfield. Offering a varied level of challenges
and difficulty- whatever kind of golfer
you are, there's a course for you here.
Those who love nature
should not miss Rush Ranch. Hike the
marsh trail and see wildlife abound-coyotes,
pheasants, waterfowl, otters, raccoons
Enjoy music? The Solano
Community Symphony is a wonderful volunteer
orchestra composed from skilled local
musicians. An outdoor concert series
is also available during the summer.
the basics to gourmet, Mexican to Thai,
you will have plenty of choice
of both food and cost when dining in
So, come be a part of this vibrant
community with respect for its heritage
and a vision for the future!
NorthBay Healthcare is dedicated to
helping Solano County be healthy. In
1992, an addition to NorthBay Medical
Center including a larger maternity
department, a larger NICU, and a state-of-the-art
CCU, brought them to the current 132-bed
North Bay is accredited by The Joint Commission. Their
Health Education Department has been
awarded recognition for excellence in
Diabetes Education by the American Diabetes
Association. The Cancer Center was accredited
by the American College of Surgeons'
Commission as well.
Travel Nursing Housing
Our travel nurses love their
housing in this brand new
complex with great amenities!
|Bridgeport Ranch offers executive business center with computer and Internet access. Lush landscaping with BBQ and picnic area. A resort style pool and top of the line equipment at their fitness center. Plus much more!
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American Traveler, Heather Swigart, RN
Shares Her Photos
I've been very busy down here in
Miami! I am still working on my Master of Science Nursing, so
that keeps me pretty busy. The hospital
that I'm working at is definitely an
experience. These girls are very
entertaining, and keep me guessing at
every turn, it's a very different style
of practicing medicine. Yet, I've agreed
to renew my contract, so I will be here
I've also had several visits from
friends, which is always a good time!
I've got soooo many great pictures to
share with you all,
you ever want to come and visit just let
Heather Swigart - RN Travel Nurse in Miami
- American Traveler jobs fulfilling and lucrative
Just as American Traveler hires only the best travel nurses and allied health professionals to staff top-rated hospitals across the U.S., the nation’s leading travel nurse firm is just as particular about who works at corporate. The company prides itself on hiring experts with diverse backgrounds and a penchant for detail.
Interestingly enough, the proportion of men to women working at American Traveler is similar to that of male nurses in the travel nursing field—roughly 10 percent. The men of American Traveler are a rare breed, because at any time they can find themselves surrounded by high-functioning female professionals driven to move operations forward. Although others may find this attribute intimidating, the men of AT consider it “paramount to success in healthcare staffing.”
Men and women work side-by-side in all departments at American Traveler: administration, accounting, operations, IT, recruiting, marketing, housing, payroll, and senior management. Clients can expect the men of AT to deliver the same impeccable service, detail, and results they’ve grown accustomed to from their female counterparts.
American Traveler CEO, Robert Bok expects a significant increase in the number of men entering the travel nursing profession over the next ten years. His team at corporate is rolling out a number of innovative business models that target both the staffing and clinical needs of employers and nurse candidates. The company is expanding horizontally and vertically, creating more jobs and securing its place as the largest privately held company in the travel nurse industry.
“You’ll find more men coming on board as the travel nurse industry continues to grow,” said Bok. “Opportunity and success have lured men to an industry where jobs are plentiful and the pay and benefits are competitive.”
Call 800-884-8788 to find out more about exciting and rewarding opportunities in the travel nurse industry. We’ve got positions for both men and women looking to advance their careers and experience an incredible amount of personal growth.
American Traveler has the best jobs in healthcare staffing!
Employee of the Quarter
Congratulations to Sharon
Jones, Payroll / Billing Manager.
Sharon is American Traveler's Employee of the Quarter
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Travel Nurse Consultant – Jessalynn Haley
American Traveler expert consultant Jessalynn Haley is a people person from the get-go.
She's a graduate of Rutgers in New Jersey where she studied economics, psychology, and communications, and spent years
in hospitality management and as a wedding planner. American Traveler prides itself on hiring staff like Jessalynn
with diverse, well-rounded backgrounds.
She advises travel nurses to explore the highlights of travel on days off—to enjoy the landscape,
the people, and new things to do that may be unique to a certain part of the country.
"One of my favorite places to visit is Bar Harbor, Maine," she said. "It's a must to ride along the loop in Acadia Park and eat steamy, fresh-baked popovers at the
Jordan Pond House. Watching whales surface and plunge off the coast is a combination of excitement and serenity and an
experience found in only a few U.S. destinations."
Originally from Concord New Hampshire, the consummate recruiter has been in Florida now for two years
and has developed a passion for activities that get her "outside in the sunshine." Although
she and boyfriend Shawn are very busy with their respective careers, the two find time together
to enjoy the great outdoors.
Jessalynn says her life is enriched by the travel nurses and allied health professionals
employed by American Traveler. They share their worlds and experiences with her and have
taught her about places in the U.S. where she herself now longs to visit.
"I love being able to touch the lives of travel nurses," said Jessalynn. "My travelers know that I'm
there for them any time of day and I will strive to find them the assignments they want."
Jessalynn recalls a story about a Respiratory Therapist in Pennsylvania whose marriage was saved
by travel. The RT's husband had to leave town to find work and the two separated for months by
3300 miles and a lot of tears. As result of Jessalynn's diligence, the RT is now back with her
husband and employed in the town where he found work.
"Thanks to Jessalynn, my husband and I are now living much improved lives in Phoenix, Arizona,"
said RT, Maacah. "She truly has made me want to sign another contract with American Traveler."
"The ultimate experience is not just being a travel nurse for American Traveler. As a consultant I like to test my own limits with hang gliding over the everglades in South Florida. This is not for the faint of heart but an unforgettable ride!"
To find out more
about travel nurse and allied health career
opportunities with American Traveler, or to have Jessalynn Haley find you the Ultimate Travel Nurse Job, call 800-884-8788
or apply online.
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