Travel nursing is one of the most popular careers in the United States today, and the need for nurses willing to travel is only going to rise as a result of nurses being spread thin in certain regions and quality healthcare always being in demand. There are more than 25,000 Allied Staffing traveling nurses in the country today filling short-term openings for anywhere from a few weeks to a full year. More and more nurses are realizing that it’s a great sector of the field to get into because it allows them the opportunity to see exciting new places and meet new people. Oh, and did I mention the salary is typically better than those of stationary nurses?
It’s true; the salaries for those filling Allied Staffing travel nurse positions are higher than those granted to RNs with comparable experience working in the same hospital. Pay rates obviously vary by location and depend on how great the need is at the hospital a nurse is stationed at. However, it’s not uncommon for traveling nurses to make significantly more money than their local peers. In addition, bonuses up to several thousand dollars are also given out when some assignments are completed.
On top of all that, anyone who takes on an Allied Staffing travel nurse position will be provided with housing while on assignment. All of the expected furnishings – such as a washer, dryer and dishwasher – are usually included in the provided housing. Alternatively, should you choose to not to take advantage of the provided housing, a housing stipend will be paid out to you.
Finally, travel allowances are also granted to help ease your travel concerns. Taking on a new job in a new city should be a time for happiness, so The Right Solutions does everything it can to eliminate stress and ensure you have a great time on your assignment. We’ll be here guiding you through the entire process, keeping you safe and happy. So let’s see some smiles!