Nurse Employers – Nurse Recruiter

Are you getting the most out of your monthly plan? How to use our messaging tool to reach more candidates

Let’s start with a quick recap! Here’s an example we used before. At NurseRecruiter.com we have pricing plans for teams of all sizes. Let’s say you are paying to post up to 5 jobs, with up to 20 candidates included. Now let’s say you are posting your jobs… but you’re not actually getting 20 responses. […]

“Everybody is competing for travel nurses right now” — salaries are high, but we need to talk about mental health

Coronavirus is not over. The crisis response jobs are still there, and they pay well! We can help you find those nursing jobs. But we have to be honest about the costs too. We need urgent action to protect nurses better. Not just because many nurses are, incredibly, even now, still not getting the PPE […]

Progress! The Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact is fully implemented in Indiana. Next up, Michigan, Pennsylvania or Vermont?

The Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) is the easiest way to help American nurses find the jobs they need — and where they are needed most. But getting it implemented in new states can be a frustratingly drawn out and bureaucratic political process. Slowly but steadily, however, progress is being made! The latest milestone: as […]

NurseRecruiter to provide up to $1 million per year in free services for nonprofit organizations to recruit nurses

Two years ago, we launched the new NurseRecruiter job board, one of the best online platforms for recruiting nurses in the United States. Nurse recruiters can use our service to post jobs, create saved search agents to get real-time leads on matching nurses seeking employment and search our vast database of hundreds of thousands of […]

Pride, passion, experience and expertise: older nurses have been helping to stem the nursing shortage, but a crisis looms

A perfect storm is coming for nurses. Just when the number of senior citizens who need complex medical care is set to rise sharply, no fewer than one million nurses are leaving the profession. The reason for both things is the same: the baby boomer generation. Luckily, nurses have been increasingly likely to keep working […]

They Need You: The Summer Camp Nursing Shortage

We all know about it: there is a shortage of experienced nurses across the United States. The nursing shortage is real, as the demand for nurses continues to exceed the supply. It affects everyone, but the nursing shortage is felt particularly acutely in states such as Florida, Georgia, Texas, Virginia, Arizona, California, and Hawaii. There is one group […]