• Nursing Career Resource Center

    NursingJobs.com does more than help you find your next RN job. As the leading nursing career resource, we offer expanded tools to assist professional nurses in building rewarding, long-term careers. Below is just a sample of our available resources. We encourage you to log in to access our full collection of nursing career information.


    More Hospitals Meeting Nursing Standards, 4 of 10 Still Fall Short

    A Leapfrog Group nursing workforce report found 40 percent of hospitals fail to meet nursing standards for safe practices, yet trends show improvements.


    Financial Planning for Nurses in Three Simple Steps

    Financial planning for nurses can be summed up in three simple steps, starting with knowing your retirement number. Learn to achieve financial health.


    Preventing Traumatic Injuries for Nurses

    Nurses can take steps to stay safe from workplace violence and injuries due to patient handling with these prevention strategies and resources

    What Nurse Managers Look for in Nurse Candidates

    Learn about what nursing managers look for in potential nursing candidates, including the traits that make nursing candidates stand out, what nurse managers look for when hiring travel nurses, tactics for going from traveling to a permanent position and how to prepare for the all important interview.

    Fall and Winter Hotspots for Travel Nursing Jobs

    NursingJobs.com makes it easy to find great travel nursing jobs that fit your skills; just apply online today!

    Requests for travel nurses are at the highest levels since 2007, say top recruiters. That means this fall and winter season is an excellent time to start or resume your travel nursing career.


    Six Smart Ways to Use Social Media in Your Nursing Career

    Are you using Facebook to connect with former nursing colleagues and friends, or posting your resume on LinkedIn? If so, you’re one of a growing number of nurses using social media in positive ways to enjoy yourself, advance your nursing career or both.


    Midyear Checkup: Four Vital Signs to Watch in Your Nursing Career

    Keeping an eye on your goals, job satisfaction, and potential for the future can keep your career healthy and headed in the right direction.


    Nurse Specialties Careers

    Looking to switch up your career path, but not sure where to start? Visit our career resources focused on high-demand nurse specialties.


    Interview Tips & Strategies

    Let the NursingJobs.com experts guide you in putting your best career foot forward. Check out these tips for showcasing your talents during the interview process. Remember — first impressions are everything!


    Five Tips for Advancing Your Nursing Career

    Where do you hope to see your nursing career in the next five, 10 or even 20 years? NursingJobs.com spoke with four experts in the field to help you take more control over your career path.


    Tax Tips for Travel Nurses

    As travel nurses contend with income from sources spread across the country, a minimal amount of preparation will help navigate the tax season with ease. Our tax tips for travel nurses resource page is a great place to start.


    Nurse Licensure Roadmap

    Nursing offers a wide variety of career options, so the process by which nursing licenses and certifications are obtained can be tricky to navigate. NursingJobs.com has assembled a nursing licensure roadmap that will help get you where you want to go.


    How to Choose a Travel Nurse Company

    You’re ready to take your nursing career on the road and explore the wonderful world of travel nursing. As you begin to investigate the possibilities, choosing the right travel nurse company is a pivotal first step.


    Advanced Education Critical to Nursing Success

    Continuing education for nurses is becoming increasingly important for clinicians interested in staying on the cutting edge of the nursing field and advancing their nursing career.


    Benefits for Travel Nurses

    When considering which travel nursing agency to engage, clinicians are encouraged to look at the big picture, which not only includes the variety of assignments offered, housing and pay rates, but the portfolio of benefits as well.