If you are a “Walking Dead” fan and also a nurse, this is the post for you!
Of course, it might not be zombies … maybe it’s a nuclear winter, an asteroid, or even climate change. Whatever the potential apocalyptic trigger, one thing is certain: We’re going to need a lot of nurses — and the ability to travel will be more important than ever!
The folks at The Nursing Bible shared this funny infographic, “A Nurse’s Guide to the Apocalypse.”
How Will YOU navigate the chaos? We hope it doesn’t come to this, but just in case here are a few facts and tips to prepare in the event of an apocalypse:
It’s been awhile but we’re back with another Travel Nurse Blog Round-Up! Let’s jump right in:
Talking Travel Nurse Taxes: The Regional Traveler Part 2
This blog discusses a handful of “scenarios where the traveler can have taxable partially per diems/allowances or subsidies” as well as a few items and situations related to this.
Blue Pipes Blog
Is Your Nurse Resume Optimized for the ATS?
This blog aims to help travel nurses get the most out of their resumes in hopes of getting great assignments. Learn more about ATS or Applicant Tracking Systems, how they work and how you can make sure they are on your side when job hunting.
Travel Nursing Blogs
Ask a Travel Nurse: How do I handle Traveler cliques on assignment?
Travel Nursing Blogs’ Ask a Travel Nurse expert David Morrison RN, answer this question about an issue that many nurses face. Cliques can especially be a problem for travel nurses who are so often the new kid on the block.
Medical Solutions Blog
New Infographic on Jobs and the Nursing Shortage
This new infographic on jobs and the nursing shortage helps explain the industry and what to expect with jobs, also pinpointing travel nursing as a great way to navigate the shortage and go where jobs are needed.
Aureus Medical Group Blog
Traveling With Pets
These are some great tips from Aureus on how to prepare and navigate traveling with your pet or pets. Furry companions can add a lot to travel time, but you have to be prepared to take care of them along the way!