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Travel Nurse Housing: Everything You Need to Know

by Jordan Gaddis

When you’re moving to a new city or state, one of the toughest decisions to make is where to live. In your current city, you know which neighborhoods you like or which have the vibe you’re looking for. But when you’re unfamiliar with an area and considering — or have accepted — a travel nursing job, you may not know what to expect from your new digs. Read more

Can You Do Travel Nursing with a Family?

by Allison Riley

Working as a travel nurse can offer you a host of growth opportunities, both personal and professional. But you may be wondering, is travel nursing compatible with a family? Many nurses travel with their partner, spouse, children, and even pets. For those whose circumstances allow, travel nursing can afford families opportunities for growth and access to once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Read more

National Nurses Week 2017: Thank You from RNnetwork

by Kathleen Stone

Happy National Nurses week! At RNnetwork, we’re excited to take any chance we can get to celebrate all of the work you do. National Nurses Week commemorates the birth of one of the most famous nurses, Florence Nightingale. But equally important, it celebrates all the work nurses do every day. Read more

How to Fit Travel Nursing into Your Schedule as a Nurse

by Lindsay Wilcox

When NICU nurse Abby Allison offered a travel nurse working at her hospital a place to stay, she didn't know her generosity would lead her to a brand new career that would give her the freedom to pursue her dreams. Read more

It Takes Two: RNnetwork Recruiter Reconnects with Fetal Nurse through Emergency Surgery

by Lindsay Wilcox

When Rachel Shafer found herself in need of emergency surgery to save her twin boys, she was comforted to see a familiar face as part of the surgery team. Read more

10 Ways to be Happy as a Travel Nurse

by Lindsay Wilcox

Working as a travel nurse has its own unique challenges. Here are 10 ways you can find happiness while working as a travel nurse. Read more