Thank you for the detailed response!
I figured that keeping my head down and being professional would be a good thing to adapt (I tend to be abrasive sometimes).
I am also curious about what travelers do for insurance in between jobs? I spoke with a recruiter from AYA and she said that travelers only get insurance during their contract period. It renews when they go to their next job. Don't really like the feeling of not having health insurance. I'm not married, so Im responsible for everything.
Also- how much on average is the take home pay (percentage wise)? I know it varies based on state due to taxes, but I get tempted when I see their advertised weekly rate, but I know some companies lump in the stipends with that rate. If I choose to find my own housing, what happens with that $$?