The Joint Commission certified traveling nurse company, American Traveler, announced today a new video that brings the benefits and lifestyle of travel nursing to life a dynamic multimedia presentation highlighting the travel nursing experiences of working RNs and shows newcomers how to become a travel nurse.
"When I first decided to find out how to become a travel nurse, I just started searching the web. After filling out the application online, the consultant contacted me within a day", said American Traveler RN, Chelsey. "It was love at first sight with American Traveler."
“The travel nursing lifestyle video is a must see for anyone considering a career in travel nursing or looking for quality information on how to become a travel nurse,” says Recruitment VP, Mary Kay Hull. “Nurses of all ages are traveling now more than ever, with travel nurses 55 years and older making up nearly 10 percent of the travel nursing workforce.”
In the travel nursing video, Pat, a Registered Nurse of 37 years, mother of six, and American Traveler RN, talks about how travel nursing has transformed her Baby Boomer life and reignited her spirit personally and professionally.
"I highly recommend American Traveler to anyone who is even thinking of becoming a travel nurse, they'll work with you, try to place you where you want to be and it's a wonderful way to use your profession to see other parts of the country," says Pat.
Travel nursing is rapidly becoming the career path of choice for healthcare professionals destined for incredible outdoor experiences, new horizons, new friends, high pay and benefits. Travel nursing jobs are a wonderful way to build a resume while seeing America and working alongside talented practitioners.
As the travel nursing profession continues to grow by leaps and bounds, RNs and allied healthcare professionals alike, young and old, are finding rewarding careers with American Traveler. The travel nursing agency provides health benefits, fully-furnished, deluxe private apartments and unlimited continuing education units – all for free.
American Traveler has travel nurse jobs across America, staffing more than 75 percent of hospitals ranked the best by U.S. News & World Report.