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  • It's no secret that baby boomers are aging, and many people worry about the effect it will have on the healthcare industry as their need for care becomes more significant. However, baby boomers are more than just patients in the field of healthcare - they are nurses too.

  • As a travel nurse, you have your choice of cool and trendy places to visit, but there are a number of states that people rarely think about that have just as much to offer — the flyover states. Many are just dismissed as boring or country, but are they really?

  • There are numerous nursing conferences that occur each year, but the right conference could be a chance for a travel nurse to reconnect with the friends he or she made on past assignments.

  • Perhaps the best way to understand millennial nurses is to recognize that they are a diverse and large group. The nearly 90 million people in the US considered to be millennials (born between 1980 and the early 2000’s) are bound to have an impact on the American workplace, and the nursing profession specifically. They will be the...

  • If you are looking at the Bay area for your next travel assignment, why not consider the city that is called an “incubator” for high-tech companies like Google, Facebook and Skype. Palo Alto sits on the rim of San Francisco and has a population of around 64,000.

  • Anyone who travels for work has to be thoughtful about recurring expenses, and finding ways to save money on food will help keep your budget on track. Done right, you might even find yourself with extra cash to try a new restaurant or experience a local favorite.

  • Although the average age of US nurses was 50 (as of 2013), you’re typically sharing a unit floor with representatives from several different age brackets.

  • As a nurse, there are a number of professional organizations you can join to enhance your career. These organizations provide you with a host of benefits, from educational opportunities to financial incentives.

  • What do you eat in the middle of your shift when you need a little pick-me-up? The food you put in your body can either give you a boost or leave you with your feet dragging.

  • As a nurse, you spend hours on your feet every day. As a result, you may experience aching, swelling and a host of other problems. To counteract the stress you put on your feet, you need to care for them on a daily basis. Below are five tips to help you keep your feet healthy and pain-free. 

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