9 Myths About Travel Nursing Revealed

Jeff Long | Scrubs Magazine

Travel Nursing

Myth#1: Traveling nurses have to move
to a new city every 13 weeks.

Truth: Travel nursing assignments do normally last 13 weeks, but they can last longer, and a lot of times travel nurses can choose to extend their current assignment. In fact, this is often beneficial to all three parties involved: the travel nurse, the travel nursing company and the hospital. Sometimes travel nurses can choose to stay in the same city or area for multiple assignments at different hospitals, if there are enough opportunities.

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