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September 17, 2012
It’s like you can set your watch to it. On August 15 our Travel Nurse agency begins to see a lot more Travel Nurse jobs coming in from Hospitals and a lot more calls from Travel Nurses looking for positions. It’s almost as if everyone has had a nice summer vacation and now it is time to get back to work.
From September until May, there will be a huge increase in the demand for Travel Nurses and over the last 10 years, our staff has come up with a few reason why.
One, once it starts getting colder, more people are spending more time inside resulting in more colds/flu cases. With those issues, come complications with people who have other serious issues and the respiratory issues complicate their more serious conditions.
Two, It seems that more baby’s are being born because all of a sudden we have more needs for Labor and Delivery Travel Registered Nurses. It never really made sense to us but their definitely is more needs for Travel Nurses in September-May. Maybe it’s the New Years baby syndrome.
Three, Travel Nurses who love to travel seem to want to get back on the road again. They have enjoyed their summer vacation and now are looking to go to warmer climates or to other places they have always wanted to go to.
Four, most Americans are not aware of this but during the colder months, there is a huge population migration from colder to warmer areas. So Travel Nurse jobs from Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, and California really start to come in.
Five, the Travel Nurse jobs over the last year have started to grow again after getting devastated during the recession. There are also a lot less Travel Nurse Agencies to work with since many had to close their shops during the last 4 years.
There are approximately 20,000 registered nurses who Travel for a living and many of them do so because of the freedom it allows. It allows one to see this beautiful country we have and to perform more patient care instead of politics.
HEALTHCAREseeker.com (www.healthcareseeker.com) places Travel Nurses and Allied Professionals throughout the US. Over the last 10 years HEALTHCAREseeker.com has been ranked as one of the fastest growing agencies in the US having achieved INC500 fastest growing status. Each year, HEALTHCAREseeker.com is proud that we have achieved a 99.8% or higher satisfaction rating from our Travel Nurses and Hospitals we serve.