It was my first travel nursing assignment.I relocated to Tennessee, spent $1800 in rent, supplies, etc., and I was let go by the hospital for inexperience. They went on to say that they needed someone who could hit the floor and didn't need any instruction and wouldn't ask a lot of questions. To be honest, I completely agree. I was being floated every night and the amount of mastery needed to meet expectations was staggering. I don't understand, though. The travelers that used to frequent my old unit needed all kinds of help! I even told my recruiter that I wasn't welcome there - which I wasn't. They approved me for another assignment but I haven't heard back from them in days.My license was TN temporary.I'm thinking of moving back home, else I have to find employment as a staff nurse here which I'm too depressed to do.Questions:1.) Do I have to alert the state boards or some other agency that I will be leaving? I don't want the license to lapse or for anyone to think I'm practicing w/ an expired license. 2.) Do I have to put this experience down or let my potential future employer know on my resume?Thanks.