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Posted by nancyc ( on June 04, 2001 at 16:09:48:

In Reply to: the difference between nurse and travel nurses is... posted by Riccardo on June 04, 2001 at 12:15:32:

We go from one hospital to another..spend anywhere from 13 weeks to 26 weeks at a hospital. Then we tell our recruiter what city we want to go to next. I just got my first recuriter. His name is Robert and he is with one of the biggest agency out of California. He wants me to come to California first and I think that is a great idea. I will find out tomorrow when my contract is up with the State and how soon I can look at hitting the highway. This agency is getting ready to start furnishing all their nurses with laptops too. YEAH! But, Riccardo, we do not have to work in homes,,,we work in hospitals...and there is a big nursing shortage so we will always have plenty of work. Riccardo, you are thinking about home health care nurses not travel nurses. LOL. My recruiter says Hawaii sounds like a good idea for my next venture so Toby is getting a surf board. LMAO. Will keep you all posted. Smiles, nancyc

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