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any travel agencies place near Dearborn Michigan?

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any travel agencies that you all know of, who have travel opportunities near Dearborn Michigan?

I spent over an hour creating an account, filling out job history andddd a phone interview only to find they dont have anything in michigan.

i figured i would ask on here. thanks!

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Hello Scuba-Girl,

What is your specialty?

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Swellz has 6 years experience and specializes in oncology, MS/tele/stepdown.

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You don't have to fill out all the paperwork to find out if they have jobs in Michigan. You can contact the company and ask before setting up a profile. Another option is facebook - make a post for your location and specialty on one of the many travel nurse recruiting groups and let recruiters contact you. Travel nurse jobs are posted on indeed and other job search sites. There are 434 pages of jobs by just searching "travel nurse in Dearborn MI" on indeed.

Edited to add that I've never really looked at the job board here on allnurses, but they do have travel positions posted here.

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BrendaH84 has 8 years experience as a BSN.

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what do you mean by specialty? I for example work on a med surg floor, I have no special certs.

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Swellz has 6 years experience and specializes in oncology, MS/tele/stepdown.

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what do you mean by specialty? I for example work on a med surg floor, I have no special certs.

Your specialty is the patient population you work in. So you're med surg, but maybe your MS floor is focused on neuro or renal or whatever. So you can say both med surg and neuro. For most MS travel contracts, a med-surg nurse is a med-surg nurse, so if for example you worked on a MS-renal floor but want to apply for a job on a MS-GI floor, you can. At least that has been my experience.

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