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- by meaton1421 Jun 27, '05how easy is it to find a travel position where you can get a large amount of overtime 60-80 hrs a week?
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- Jun 28, '05 by meaton142160 to 80 hrs a week total sorry.
- Jun 29, '05 by rjflynThats going to be tough, most dont want the travelers to take overtime. The ones that do only want the travelers to take it if the shift is going to be extremly short staffed without you . There are some that are so short ie one assignment my company had 9 RN's in this ER would let you work as much as you wanted- as long as you remained safe to do so. As far as when your looking for an assignment the recruiter might not have this information but you can alway ask when you talk to the hospital.
- Jun 29, '05 by RNnL&DWe have two travelers working the night shift in L&D right now. They generally, don't get any OT. We do have extra shifts each month, but regular staff is required to pick them up.
- Jun 30, '05 by cariadplenty of overtime where I am. dont know what the set up is with other agencys, who send nurses here, but the hospital is glad of us working it, as the regular staff dont want it. I have been working an average of 150 hours in a 2 week period.
- Jun 30, '05 by suzanne4I work on average 48-52 hours per week and could work more. I jsut have to say no...........
Not a problem at any of the assignments that I have had to get overtime.