I'm interested in becoming an RN, and I also want to travel. However, I have some questions about "travel nurses."
Do travel nurses get to travel and work in other countries??? If so, which agency allows that? Also, do the agencies allow you to pick which countries or places you want to work at?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
My friend has worked in Canada, the U.K. U.S.A, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland through an Irish agency and she chose where she wanted to work. She is a theatre nurse and another friend is in oncology and is doing the same around Australia. Good luck, nursing is great work.Source(s): 15 years nursing.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes, travel nurses get to work in other cities, states, and countries. I've included the link to ReadyRecruit below where a couple of my friends work as travel nurses. And as a travel nurse you can pick your assignments.
Hope this helps in some small way. Wishing you much success.Source(s): http://www.readyrefer.com/5741
- ne11Lv 51 decade ago
My friend's sister is a traveling nurse. She only works in the US. She works for 3-6 months in an area that interests her.
She loves the flexibility and adventure of living in new locales.
Call your local hospital and ask for a reference point. I'm sure they have a data base that will help you.