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Best travel nurse agencies - page 3

I'm thinking of pursuing travel nursing. Can anyone tell me from past experiences which agency has most benefits? :confused:(higher pay, private housing, best recruiters, locations) I'd really... Read More

  1. Visit  LittleNurseJudy profile page
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    Good Luck though!!!
    Last edit by LittleNurseJudy on Sep 11, '14
  2. Visit  LittleNurseJudy profile page
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    Your best bet is to get a recommendation from a friend or trusted experienced traveler. The truth is every agency is a little different, but most of them have the same jobs. One might have a job a week before another because the hospital account is with them, but if they can't fill it in a week, they send the contract out to all the other agents too. You'll want to find an agent you like when you first get started more than you'll want to chase number--its worth a couple bucks to have a good experience.
    Last edit by sirI on Oct 26, '14
  3. Visit  PacoUSA profile page
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    I agree with the above, the recruiter will be your best ally in the whole process regardless of agency. That is my experience. I got my recruiter through a referral from a former coworker. She was very happy with her experience so I figured she might be good for me too. Referrals are the way to go. No one refers a bad recruiter!


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  4. Visit  Azariahjoe profile page
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    I have heard about those most of the times which are mentioned truly. Basically its about what goes correctly for you and how something can actually be a good thing for overall productivity which goes ahead and works.
  5. Visit  NedRN profile page
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    Quote from LittleNurseJudy
    Your best bet is to get a recommendation from a friend or trusted experienced traveler. The truth is every agency is a little different, but most of them have the same jobs. One might have a job a week before another because the hospital account is with them, but if they can't fill it in a week, they send the contract out to all the other agents too. You'll want to find an agent you like when you first get started more than you'll want to chase number--its worth a couple bucks to have a good experience. This blog might be helpful... The Juicy Stuff... Agencies!!! | The Travel Nurse Expert
    What do you charge as an agent?
    icuRNmaggie likes this.

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