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How To Become a Travel SLP

Being a travel speech-language pathologist (SLP) has broadened my personal, clinical, and professional horizons. I have worked in six states and over 50 different healthcare facilities across the country. As a travel SLP, I learned about the diverse subcultures in the United States and have learned to become an advocate for myself and my patients. …

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Why Traveling Healthcare Professionals Should Have An Emergency Fund

Taking travel healthcare contracts can be high risk, high rewards in regards to financial compensation. While some contracts may pay very well, there is a lot of risk involved in traveling as a career. Many people go into travel to make money, but I highly recommend having money in reserve before you start your journey. …

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Match With Vetted Travel Healthcare Recruiters from Nomadicare

The Traveling Traveler has paired with Nomadicare to bring you vetted travel healthcare recruiters. Frequently Asked Questions received at The Traveling Traveler: How Do I find a Good Recruiter? How do I find a Referral for a Good Recruiter? Can you connect me with 2-3 of the best travel healthcare recruiters that you know? Want …

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What to do For Health Insurance as a Healthcare Traveler?

As a traveling healthcare professional, you are working temporary job assignments. Healthcare coverage can be an issue, especially if you are constantly changing companies or going for long periods of time without work. So what do you do for insurance as a traveling therapist or nurse? Be on Your Family Plan If you are married …

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