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As a solo nurse, it can be hard to find information on traveling nurse placements, especially if you’re not familiar with the nursing industry. In this blog post, we’ll share some tips and insights on landing a travel nursing job.

First and foremost, there’s no guarantee that you’ll find a travel nursing job through online advertising or networking. You’ll need to put in a lot of hard work and be willing to submit your resume to a lot of different agencies.

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Another important factor to consider is your location. If you’re located in a rural area, it might be difficult to find travel positions. Conversely, if you live in a big city, there might be a lot of opportunities for travel nursing.

If you’re interested in travel nursing, make sure to read up on the different types of nursing care that are available. This will give you a better idea of the types of places that are typically used for travel nursing.

Finally, be prepared to interview with a lot of different agencies. Some agencies are more interested in seeing how you interact with patients, while others are more interested in your experience traveling.

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These are just a few tips on how to find a travel nursing job. If you’re still having difficulty finding a placement, be sure to reach out to your local nurse association or the travel nursing association. They might be able to help connect you with other nurses in the industry.