My first assignemnt was with American Mobile. My goodness, they were so good to me and when I extended, I had unexpected bonuses added. I was very happy with them and always recommend them. If you work with them, you will be busy. If you also register with Cross Country travel Nurses, between the two you could virtually get into any area, any hospital without any stress. They are not the highest paying but as for work, you will have to push work away like crazy. Travel nursing is a very good way to work and make money to put away for your future. If you have the freedom to do this, do it because this is such a wonderful way to get away from hospital politics and just focus on your patients and give good care. I just want to say one more thing... you decide when you want to take off. If you love your Holidays free, do so. You don't have to be stuck with requesting time off and you know this includes going on vacation. I have seen Nurses actually cry when I was on staff because they paid for tickets for a cruise that were non-refundable and couldn't get the time off. I still swallow hard everytime I think of this one Nurse who was still newly married and hadn't taken a honeymoon yet. I was devastated for her and tried to convince the Nurse Manager to allow it. She told me we'd be too short staffed. I was surprised that this gal didn't quit. Instead, she cried and took the loss.