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Ever Considered Travel Nursing? Here are the Top 5 Reasons to Be a Travel Nurse

Every considered travel nursing, but still not sure if it’s for you? Moving from a permanent position to the travel nurse lifestyle is a big change. Many nurses consider the option but don’t actually follow through. It can be a scary decision, but if you’re doing it for the right re...

Every considered travel nursing, but still not sure if it’s for you? Moving from a permanent position to the travel n...

Top 5 Travel Locations for Nurses in 2018

When deciding where to take your next job, as a travel nurse, the world is truly your oyster. Most travel nursing programs have great travel and housing structures in place to help you seamlessly move from assignment to assignment. With the launch of the new eNLC in the United States, i...

When deciding where to take your next job, as a travel nurse, the world is truly your oyster. Most travel nursing progra...

7 Tips for Mastering Nurse Contract Negotiation

You did it! You got an offer for a fantastic nursing job. Now what? How do you evaluate the salary being offered and you approach negotiations with your future employer? We’ve got you covered. Our team at Nomad has gathered insights from both medical employers and our nurses alike to ...

You did it! You got an offer for a fantastic nursing job. Now what? How do you evaluate the salary being offered and you...

What ‘BSN in 10’ Means for Nursing

In December 2017, New York passed legislation mandating that all new nurses in the state must earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) within 10 years of initial licensure. Nurses who are currently enrolled in nursing programs or hold a license in New York are exempt - regardless of deg...

In December 2017, New York passed legislation mandating that all new nurses in the state must earn a Bachelor of Science...

Nurses: The eNLC Is Coming, Are You Ready?

On January 19, 2018, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) will change over to the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). On this date, nurses with multistate licenses may begin practicing in eNLC states. There are a total of 34 states that will be part of the eNLC, but not all of the orig...

On January 19, 2018, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) will change over to the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). ...

Fact or Fiction: Top 5 Myths About Travel Nursing

☝🏽 My mother, Vivien Keating-Lombardo, Operating Room Nurse at Brigham & Women's Hospital Hello Nurses! My name is Marc Lombardo and as Nomad’s Director of Business Development for nursing, I have personally had the opportunity to learn about the pain points that trave...

☝🏽 My mother, Vivien Keating-Lombardo, Operating Room Nurse at Brigham & Women's Hospital Hello Nurses! ...