Travel Nurse Job Locations Category

12
May

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Tags: AfterCollege.com ; Metro Areas for Physical Therapists ; physical therapist salaries ; Physical Therapist salary ; physical therapy job in Arizona ; physical therapy jobs ; PT jobs in Florida ; salary for physical therapy jobs ; therapist career ; therapist job locations ; therapist jobs ; therapist jobs in Texas ; Typical salary for physical therapy jobs ;

Physical therapists probably already realize they've chosen a health-care profession that happens to be highly in demand. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment for PTs is "expected to grow by 30 percent from 2008 to 2018, much faster than the average for all occupations." With that in mind, the folks at AfterCollege.com have put together a list of the Top 25 Metro Areas for Physical Therapists.  It contains great info about each area, from employment rates to expected salaries to average rents. Though the article is aimed at new grads trying to identify where to go for their first job, it’s highly useful for everyone looking for the best physical therapy jobs! These 25 metro areas are some of the most desirable locales in the country. And, guess what: American Traveler has PT jobs ready and waiting in several of these markets!  Check them out on our physical therapy jobs page; or, better yet, subscribe to our  Physical Therapist Jobs RSS feed and be updated regularly on all the hottest new therapist job offerings. Here are some destinations for physical therapists to consider: The great state of Texas Dallas/Fort Worth (No. 1 on the list): Typical salary for physical therapy jobs [+]

28
Apr

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Entertainment ; Health Causes ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Travel Nursing ;
Tags: 2010 Kentucky Derby ; Kentucky Derby ; Ladies First Celebration ; north carolina nursing jobs ; Ohio travel nursing jobs ; Susan G. Komen for the Cure ; travel nurse jobs in Kentucky ; travel nurses ;

Part of the fun of being a travel nurse is the likelihood you’ll be in the right place at the right time—if Springtime finds you working in, or considering travel nurse jobs in Kentucky or neighboring states, you’re poised to dawn a frilly hat and head to the famous twin spires of Churchill Downs in Louisville for the 136th annual 2010 Kentucky Derby & Oaks. That’s right, travel nurses! Between April 29th and May 2nd, the most famous race track in the world is a gorgeous spectacle to behold: this year’s Kentucky Derby promises the same brand of “mint julep sippin’-thoroughbred winner speculating-celebrity sighting fun”—a mouthful even if you’re not at the event sampling the traditional burgoo stew. For you ladies working in Ohio travel nursing jobs, The Oaks part of the Kentucky Derby represents a fine opportunity to invite your girlfriends on a road trip. Your destination? The Ladies First celebration held Friday, April 30th at Churchill Downs; this race distinguishes itself from the Kentucky Derby, held the first Saturday in May—the capper on the most famous long weekend for thoroughbred racing on the whole planet. Travel nurses seeking a good [+]

07
Apr

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Entertainment ; Good Restaurants ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Life ; Travel Nursing ; Travelling Nurses ;
Tags: reaturamt guide for physical therapists ; restaurant guide ; restaurant sites ; travel nurse eating guide ; Travel Nurse Life ; Washington D.C. travel nursing jobs ;

Are you a hungry travel nurse? We’ve got sites you’ll want to click on every time you’re looking to eat well and save! In the United States, it’s estimated that 1.5 billion dollars a day are spent eating out—that’s a lot of dough, and we’re not talking bakeries and pizza joints, here—at least not yet. If you’re a travel nurse who’s new in town, looking to find just the right pastry shop, restaurant, bistro or bar, or simply desire a way to narrow down your choices on everything from grabbing a quick bite to a long, luxurious supper, we’ve found some wonderful resources nurses and physical therapists alike would be wise to bookmark. We’ve also included expert advice from the frugal foodie world on how to save big on all the breakfasts, lunches and dinners you’ll eat over the duration of your travel nursing jobs. So, the first hurdle is deciding WHERE you want to eat. Where do you turn for advice on the most bang for your buck, as well as great flavor? Why, the locals, of course! If you’re looking for a free guide of the best restaurants [+]

05
Mar

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Health Causes ; Nursing Career ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Job Postings ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Travel Nurse Life ; Travel Nursing ; Travelling Nurses ;
Tags: New York Travel Nursing jobs ; Oncology Nursing Society ; ovarian cancer research ; RN jobs in New York ; traveling nurses ;

Pink ribbons have long been synonymous with Breast Cancer Awareness, but there’s another advocacy group helping women who face a different cancer diagnosis: ovarian cancer; its ribbon is teal blue. RNs are a critical part of the medical team treating a woman with cancer, which, you could say, is women helping women; according to the U.S. Department of Labor, women make up 91% of the nursing workforce. If you want to use your skills to help cancer patients, American Traveler's Nursing Professional Resources page has a link to the Oncology Nursing Society web site. No matter her specialty, RNs should recognize the symptoms of ovarian cancer (bloating, a feeling of fullness before meals, frequent trips to the bathroom, Pelvic and abdominal pain) to help their female patients, as well as know their own bodies well enough to stay healthy themselves. The deadliest of all gynecological cancers, ovarian cancer and the research conducted everyday to beat it, is supported largely by The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance (OCNA), where teal ribbons and a host of products in the same robin’s egg blue (bracelets, necklaces, pendants, art and more) are devoted to raising money for increased [+]

02
Mar

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Healthcare Jobs ; Job RSS Feeds ; Nursing Career ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Job Postings ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Travel Nursing ; Travelling Nurses ;
Tags: healthare job RSS ; Healthcare Jobs ; Hot Jobs ; job rss feed ; nursing jobs ; nursing jobs via email ; RSS Job Feed ; therapist jobs ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Twitter ; twitter nursing jobs ;

Learn more about our Hot Jobs by signing up for our Healthcare Jobs RSS feed or follow us on Twitter. Our Hot Jobs are refreshed hourly, with a call right now for critical care nurses, Case Manage,  physical therapists, occupational therapists and Med/Surg nurses across the nation. You should know that Hot Jobs offer more specialized positions in telemetry, dialysis, Pediatrics and PACU. You can apply for a job that lasts a mere six weeks, or up to five months; a 13 week assignment is the norm. Every week, we showcase our Top 10 hot jobs. When travel nurses apply, they begin work immediately upon hire. Do you crave an assignment in New England, the nation’s capital, heart of America or somewhere out west? Featured jobs at American Traveler are diverse, well paying—you could earn up to 110K a year!—and scattered across the country. As we mentioned earlier on, you won’t need to check in regularly to see the latest in Hot Jobs, because when position openings come to Washington D.C., LA, even Wichita, you’ll feel like a little bird told you, just by following us on Twitter or better yet, get it in your [+]

02
Feb

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Florida ; Haiti Relief ; Nursing Career ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Travel Nursing ;
Tags: broward health ; florida nursing jobs ; Nevada Board of Nursing ; Nevada travel nursing jobs ; nursing jobs in Miami ; nursing licenses ;

From one side of the country to the other, big things are happening in healthcare; for nurses bound for Nevada travel nursing jobs or already working there, a discontinuation of hard card nursing licenses, effective January 1st of 2010, leaves some of us, who spent years faithfully carrying them, anxious and confused.  That’s one way of looking at it, but on the upside, this change literally lightens our load, and with support from the Nevada Board of Nursing, it should be a painless transition. If you’re wondering why the cards are history, here’s the reason: At a September ’09 meeting, it was decided that the hard cards failed to serve their intended purpose of keeping status and licensure information up to date. Some employers were accepting the card alone as proof of current licensure/certification status, without confirming on the Board’s verification system.  Since the accuracy of the information on hard cards is only guaranteed to be valid on the day the card is issued, a suspension, revocation or other imposed discipline may not show up—hence the Board’s recommendation that all employers of nurses/CNAs verify statuses online at the Nursing Board’s website, where we travel nurses [+]

29
Jan

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Florida ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; Travel Nursing ; Travelling Nurses ;
Tags: Florida nurse jobs ; florida nursing jobs ; Super Bowl in Florida ; travel nurse jobs in florida ; traveling nurse job ; West Palm Beach travel nursing jobs ;

Are you an American Traveler and football fanatic, interested in featured travel nursing jobs? Well, if you have a Florida license in hand, you’re in luck. Our quick start positions may be just the ticket—to the Super Bowl XLIV! Our traveling nurses will have plenty of time to line up a nearby assignments, rub shoulders with Florida nurses already here for the fun, and watch the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts face off Sunday, February 7 at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami. In the days leading up to the big game, local festivities abound, and there couldn’t be a better place to enjoy them than the Sunshine State in wintertime. South Florida temperatures average in the low 70’s this time of year, making outdoor events like the Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam on February 5 a no-brainer! This event, hosted by Kevin Dillon of HBO’s Entourage, will take place at 8th Street and Ocean Drive, featuring singers Rihanna, DJ Irie, Justin Bieber and Nelly Furtado. If you’re looking for a free, non-ticketed affair to get in the Super Bowl mood, check out the Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel on Saturday, the night before the [+]

22
Jan

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Critical Care ; Telemetry ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Job Postings ;
Tags: Critical Care job ; FL licensed RNs ; nursing jobs in Florida ; Telemetry job ; travel nurse job in Florida ;

RNs with FL licenses call today - Jobs for those with licenses in hand. Critical Care and Telemetry immediate starts available for FL licensed RNs Location: Palm Beach County Shift: day and night 12 hour shifts available Total Compensation ranges $27.50 - $32.50  ( includes per diem, housing and insurance) Local nurses accepted. Apply Online Now or call 800-884-8788 [+]

22
Jan

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Related entries: CVICU ; Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nurse Job Postings ;
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Florida – One of the Nation’s Top 50 Hospitals! CVICU – Immediate Need – Nights – Must be Seasoned, strong in CABG, Fresh Hearts This hospital has a dedicated, 15-bed medical/surgical CVICU.  It's critical care units are rated the best in Northwest Florida and the staff of the CVICU consistently score high marks for patient satisfaction and quality of care. Nationally accredited by The Joint Commission as a Center of Excellence in the treatment of heart attack, stroke and heart failure. Hurry - profiles needed - job won't last!!! Apply Online Now - or  CALL 800-884-8788 ask for Diane Vilela [+]

11
Jan

This post was written by American Traveler Staffing Professionals

Related entries: Travel Nurse Job Locations ; Travel Nursing ;
Tags: California nursing jobs ; Locations for Travel Nursing ; Los Angeles nurse jobs ; nurse jobs in New York ; nurse jobs in North Carolina ; nurse jobs ion Texas ; travel nurse career ; travel nurse job in Florida ; travel nurse jobs in Reno ; Travel Nursing ; travel nursing career ; Virginia nursing jobs ;

As promised, here is the information about 2009 top 10 locations for travel nurses and some popular specialties in a few locations. Even is this tough economy, experienced nurses have the option to travel to beautiful parts of the country, make new friends, and even pick up new skills at a new hospital; also, apply your own nursing skills and help a new community. So, who should try travel nursing? Travel nursing is the perfect opportunity for nurses looking to explore the country while earning a higher nursing salary and strong benefits. Travel nurse jobs generally last for 13 weeks, during which travel nurses receive free private housing, free health, life, and dental insurance, licensure reimbursement, free continuing education classes, and tax advantages, all while earning up to twice as much as someone in a permanent nursing position. Beyond the financial benefits, travel nurses are given a lot of flexibility in their positions. As a travel nurse, you can choose your own start dates and can include vacation time in your contracts. Plus, travel nurses work in some of the best hospitals across the United States. Whether you want to work in a big city or a rural town, there is a travel [+]