If you are a nurse, you have career advantages that most other people would envy. Your profession is in high demand, which means you have job security.
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With flu season already upon us, you probably have a lot of questions, especially if you are on a contract assignment or have picked up a shift
Making the nursing profession safer is a long-standing challenge and one that continues to impact patient safety and nurse satisfaction levels.
If there is one word commonly associated with the nursing profession, it’s stress. In fact, one recent study found an overwhelming 92 percent of nurses are experiencing moderate-to-very high stress levels.
Recent research has continued to track and explore why so many nurses are leaving the profession before retirement. The report estimates that up to 30 to 50 percent of nurses leave their position or quit nursing altogether in the first year...
Organize your healthcare career with a few taps of your finger using the CareerCare app.
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) recently released their 2017 list of the largest healthcare staffing firms in the United States. They estimate that just 13 per diem nurse firms generated $25 million or more in revenue in 2016.
Whether you’ve worked in a permanent position for the past several years or are just getting started as a temp through a healthcare temp agency, nursing mistakes, unfortunately, are bound to happen on the job.
Looking For A New Per Diem Opportunity? Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Continuing Education Benefits!
While the pay rate you will receive may be your number one priority, there are many other benefits offered by Cross Country Medical Staffing Network that can significantly help you advance your nursing career and grow within the healthcare field.
Being an effective nurse requires not only extensive education and skills, but also an ability to deal with a variety of people. So how do you interact with a patient that is naturally shy?