Category Archives: Travel Nursing

Traveling Nursing Jobs

Editor: Today’s post is from a guest RN writing about her experiences in travel nursing. I have recently been considering a traveling nursing job.  I love to travel and there are parts of the country that I have yet to see.  I have known a few travel nurses, and they all say the same thing, Continue Reading

Taking a Nursing Job Outside Your Community

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is by a guest RN, if you’d like to write for our blog contact us. I don’t work in my community.  I drive 25 miles to the northern end of another county to work as a cardiac nurse.  I didn’t think about the location affecting my interaction with patients and other Continue Reading

Nurse Staffing Agencies

Many nurses seek employment with nurse staffing agencies as they have can more flexibility in how much they work and where they work.  Many healthcare staffing agencies are the providers of choice for long-term care facilities when they are in a pinch during call-offs or as staff members leave their employment.  The nurse functions as Continue Reading

Nurses For Hire

NursingJobs.us offers a refreshing new way to identify the right nurses for hire. 

Nursing Search Traffic

NursingJobs.us offers nurse employers affordable access to fresh leads generated through search engine traffic along with the ability to pick and choose leads targeted to jobs. 

Recruiting Nurses Just Got Easier!

The NursingJobs.us nurse marketplace provides a way to quickly and easily connect job seekers and employers in the nursing field.

Registered Nurses in Florida and California lead job seekers

Florida and California are home to the greatest number of nursing job seekers.

Recruiting More Nurses With Less in Today’s Economy

NursingJobs.us can help you recruit nurses who are actively seeking employment in specific locations and specialties.

The Hiring Freeze In Nursing

There has been a slowdown in available nursing jobs due to a number of factors including nurses taking more shifts, fewer people going to the hospital due to financial factors, and nurses putting off retirement.