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Why people like us?


We understand that the relationship you have with your recruiter is the most important one you'll have within this process. Trusting that we will always do right by you is our priority!


It's our job to make sure that we connect the dots of this whole process to you. As new information becomes available, we ensure that you are always with you every step of the way to field any surprises for you.


We aren't just bloggers. Our team is comprised of a team of experienced travel nursing recruiters. We have successfully managed thousands of travel assignments as well as all of the nuances that come with travel nursing. So you can be assured you're in the best of hands.


The whole idea begin creating Travel Nursing Report was to be a resource to anyone looking to successfully navigate this industry. Through our years of experience, we realized that the best recruiters are available to their nurses outside of the corporate 9-5 shift. So you can be at ease, knowing that when you need us, you can get a hold of us.

Travel Nursing Licenses: What You Need to Know

Getting licensed is crucial to being able to travel when and how you want.  Knowing the time it will take for the license to become active or even if you’re currently licensed in that state can be researched and handled ahead of your desired start date.  Learning the typical wait times for states and that…
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How long can a travel nurse stay in one place

How Long Can a Travel Nurse Stay in One Place

How long can a travel nurse stay in one place? So you’re on assignment.  It’s been 8 weeks and things are going well.  You get along with the manager.  The unit is friendly and you found an affordable and cute place to lay your head for the duration of the contract.  The only problem is. …
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How Does Travel Nursing Work

  Travel nursing is when a Registered Nurse with experience in a particular specialty takes a contract at a facility.  These contracts can vary in length but the majority of them are 13 weeks (3 months).  The process to how a Nurse is applies, interviews and obtains this contract will be outlined here. Application Process…
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Danielle Seifert

Travel R.N (Emergency Room)

Nate from Travel Nursing Report is simply the best! He’s been excellent and has never lead me a stray. I’ve worked with him for over a year now and will continue to travel with him until my career is over 🙂

Kate Hamelin

Travel R.N. (Telemetry)

From the beginning Nate was easy to talk to, made me feel comfortable, and worked to get me what I wanted as far as assignments go. He has always made it clear he's just a text or phone call away. What I really appreciate is his honesty - if you ask him his opinion on an assignment or area, he'll give it to you straight. I've enjoyed working with Nate.

Jessica Creeden

Travel R.N. (Oncology)

If you're thinking about diving into the world of travel nursing but have no idea where to begin, Nate is the man you're looking for! Every conversation, from day 1 to earlier today, Nate has taken the time to ask where I want to be, what I want to learn, and how I want this journey to play out. He's gone above and beyond to find jobs at reputable facilities, and takes a lot of stress out of the pre-employment process with his quick response to any question you may have. In addition to being a great recruiter, he's just an all around super friendly guy-really great and easy to work with!!