I am a new traveler working on my second contract in Fresno CA. I am having difficulty choosing a Travel Nurse Agency that offers the best pay in California? My wife and I get the run around a lot and don’t know which company is telling the truth. I have been a nurse for 8 years in ICU and ER and I don’t need to be screwed over.
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Choosing a staffing agency is a difficult thing. I really don’t have specifics on which company pays the ‘best’ in CA. There are many companies to choose from and you have to find a company/recruiter that you feel works in your best benefit. Remember that when comparing pay packages, there is a lot of information that goes into the package and each variable all come out of the ‘bill rate’. Know what your minimum pay is and stick with it. I will say that Travel nursing isn’t the ‘gold mine’ that many seem to think it is.I will also encourage you to join in on the Gypsy Nurse Caravan Group via Facebook, where you will find over 1600 other travelers that are ready and willing to help answer your questions!
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