Traveling Offers Opportunity for Great Vacations
By Debra Wood, RN, contributor
Even before she attended nursing school, Andrea Marazzi, RN, knew she wanted to travel—and she accepted her first assignment practicing in a neonatal intensive care unit at a hospital on the opposite coast, about a year ago, and made plans for a trip to Europe. "Traveling is a good way to make money and plan long vacations between assignments," she said.
Highest-Need Travel Nursing Specialties
The five nursing specialties with the highest need in hospitals across the country are: intensive care (ICU); medical-surgical (med-surg); telemetry; perioperative (OR); and emergency department.
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