Travel Nurse Practitioner Jobs - page 2

I am currently half way through my FNP program and only have 1 year left. I have never worked outside of my hometown and during a recent vacation, started to think how nice it might be to temporarily... Read More

  1. by   travelNP
    yes but jobs are usually slim in this area, and credentialing takes a while.
  2. by   aprnKate

    I had about 10 months of NP experience before I started traveling. I think it depends on your comfort level and the job you choose for traveling. Gotta find something that fits you well; its gotta be a match for both parties. I was careful not to bite of more than I can chew.
  3. by   aprnKate

    about 3 years ago, I saw your post about traveling NP and you only had 3 months of experience, at that time i was fed up with my perm job at the time. After reading your post that you only had 3 months, I said to myself "heck, I have 10 months of experience, emtneel seemed to do fine, I'll be okay as well." and that's when I made the decision to become one for a while. Now I found a good perm job through my travels and will be sticking there for a while.
  4. by   WKShadowRN
    Recruiters love to send me locums offerings. If I Could, I'd consider the chance to travel and work with such a variety.

    Good luck. Have fun.
  5. by   pocovan
    What NP staffing agencies would any of you travelers recommend? Which ones should I avoid?

    Any tips you have are greatly appreciated!