With more than three quarters of nurses in Vermont age 45 or older, there is an evident need for a new crop of nurses to fill nursing jobs in the near future. The nursing shortage is not as severe in Vermont as it is elsewhere, but with more than half of the nursing industry planning to retire by 2020, it will definitely feel the pinch soon. The state has already prepared for this by offering financial incentives for nurses to pursue graduate studies and go into teaching, which will help expand nursing programs and lessen the projected shortage.
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Current licensure as a Registered Nurse. Bachelors degree in nursing. Travel time is also compensated; Optimizes travel strategies for cost savings.......
Clinical Education Specialist Extensive travel within assigned geographic region with overnight stays and weekend travel required. Travel to national sales meetings and tradeshows in the......
Extensive travel within assigned geographic region with overnight stays and weekend travel required. Travel to national sales meetings and tradeshows in the......
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse (Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not necessary). Availability and Travel requirements. Travel time is also compensated;......
Registered Nurse with current active license. Requires intermittent travel, approximately 40% of time. Represents, communicates, and reinforces the value and......
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A travel nurse is an individual who works on contract through a travel nurse agency. Travel nurse agencies offer boundless job opportunities for nurses who are willing to take assignments around the country as well as around the world. Travel nurses choose their assignments, and they receive excellent salaries and benefits for their work. Travel nurses are in great demand, and work in a variety of specialty areas.