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Travel Nursing and Holidays in NY: The Best of Both Worlds

Travel Nurse & Holidays
Are you exploring your option in Travel Nursing? Well, spending the Holiday Season in New York City would certainly be your best bet. Here you will find your home away from home. In preparation for the Holidays, shopping is definitely a primary task. New York’s many great department stores will surely transform your shopping experience to a memorable one. Reserve a trip to Macys Herald Square – the largest store in the world!  Visit Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Century 21, Bergdorf Goodman and all NY exclusives. You may wish to purchase some ornament at the City’s first jeweler, Tiffany| Read More...

Win an Apple Watch!

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White Glove will attend the Career Fair Thursday, October 29, 2015 at the Resort World Casino. Meet us there and leave us your resume to enter a drawing to win an Apple Watch.     For more information on career fairs visit http://www.nurse.com/events/career-fairs/ Some restrictions may apply.| Read More...

Best Housing Opportunities for Travel Nurses in New York

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You received your next travel nursing assignment--and it’s in New York! There is one very important question. Where will you stay? For many, housing is the most important part of the package. Whether you dwell alone, or you have a family, ensuring that you have a guaranteed place to live for the duration of your assignment is crucial. Luckily, White Glove Placement has some advice to offer for travel nurses concerned about housing options in New York. How am I going to afford housing? Housing for travel nurses can be paid for directly or through a stipend. You must decide whether to find| Read More...

Staying in Touch: How to Connect with Other Travel Nurses

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The life of a travel nurse has a lot of perks: traveling the country, meeting new people, experiencing new cities, bringing in great pay, building your skills, and benefitting from free housing—just to name a few. Sometimes all the moving around can leave travel nurses lonely or feeling like they lack the ability to connect and make lasting friendships. That may have been the case 30 years ago, but there’s no excuse now. Thanks to technology, there are so many great ways to stay connected to the other travel nurses and co-workers that you meet during any of your 13-week assignments. Tips| Read More...

Seven Reasons You Should Consider Travel Nursing Today

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Do you have a passion for helping others, an adventurous spirit, and the ability to work in a high-stress, fast-paced environment? Travel nursing could be the perfect job for you. As a travel nurse, you get paid to travel to different parts of the country and help others. Seven Simple Reasons Why You Should Consider Travel Nursing:   High Demand: There is a serious nursing shortage in the United States right now. The current nursing profession primarily consists of Baby Boomers who are reaching the age of retirement, leaving too many positions and not enough nurses to fill them. The U.S. Bureau of| Read More...

On the Move: Packing List for Travel Nurses

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As a travel nurse, the anticipation of moving on to your next assignment and a new location can be exciting, but also overwhelming. Whether you’re headed to New York or New Brunswick, there are a number of factors to consider. One of the tasks on your agenda is packing up the essentials. Everything can't come with you after all. Traveling light is always a smart rule to live by, but before you begin packing, check with your housing coordinator on just how furnished your new place is. Some organizations like ours, White Glove Care in New York offer their travel nurses| Read More...

Top 10 Traits a Travel Nurse Should Have

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  If you made a list of the hardest working people today, travel nursing professionals would no doubt be right at the top. These are hardworking, caring and infinitely dedicated individuals who travel around the country and go where they're needed the most. If this sounds like an ideal life to you and you're thinking of pursuing a travel nursing job as they become available, there are a few key things you need to consider. There are ten traits in particular that a travel nurse should have above all else: 1. A travel nurse needs to be able to communicate effectively with| Read More...

3 Things Every Nurse Should Know About Using Social Media

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Whether you're a nurse who has just recently graduated from nursing school or have been in the field for years, the fact remains that nurses have a professional responsibility to use social media wisely. And while responsible social media use should apply to workers in every industry, this is perhaps especially true in the medical field. As such, there are a few tips you should know and follow the next time you log in. Privacy Settings Are Your Friend The first rule of social media for nurses is that keeping your information as private as possible is a must. This way, people| Read More...

Frequently Asked Questions About Travel Nursing

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If you're a Registered Nurse and are looking for a job opportunity that's both rewarding and exciting, then you may want to consider a career as a travel nurse. After all, there's no shortage of travel nursing jobs, and such positions allow nurses the opportunity to potentially make more money, explore new places, and learn new skills. Before you decide whether or not a career in travel nursing is right for you, however, there are a few questions you probably want to have answered. That's why we've put together this handy travel nursing FAQ. What Are the Requirements for Becoming a| Read More...

The 4 Types of Nursing Professionals in New York

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If you're interested in pursuing nursing career in New York, there are a number of important things you'll need to keep in mind. For starters, not all nurses do their jobs in quite the same way. LPNs, RNs, NPs, CNSs and more may seem like interchangeable acronyms to the layman, but in reality they are all used to describe different sections of the nursing community. Even though Licensed Practical Nurses and Clinical Nurse Specialists are still both nurses, they will have wildly different job requirements, for example. There are four main types of nursing professionals in the state of New| Read More...
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