What is Travel Nursing?
What Do Travel Nurses Do?
Typically, travel nurses fill staffing gaps at hospitals and healthcare facilities for periods of 8-13 weeks.
Healthcare facilities occasionally experience shortages in personnel due to seasonality, expansions, and many other reasons. When this happens, they turn to traveling nurses to fill in for their permanent staff.
Travel nursing jobs are available in all 50 states and in all nursing specialties, such as ER, ICU, NICU, L&D and more.
With a career in travel nursing, you can explore new and exciting places throughout the U.S. while doing what you love.
In addition, travel nursing helps build your resume, widen your skills set and advance your career. Check out the infographic below for more travel nurse benefits.