Is Per Diem Nursing Right for you?

A lot of us dream of having a well-paying job that allows us to schedule our life around our work, but most of us must manage our life around our work instead. Does it really have to be this way? If you are a registered nurse, then the answer is no.

Thanks to per diem nursing, you can set your own hours. You can work as much or as little as you want. You can take weeks off if you like, and you can still earn a great salary and recieve good benefits.

Sound too good to be true? It’s not. Per diem nurses are RNs who work temporary shifts at hospitals and other health clinics. These temporary assignments are found through medical staffing agencies like Advantage Medical Staffing. Per diem nurses are often on call and are usually scheduled week-to-week. Some nurses working per diem nursing positions are responsible for covering for staff members who are sick, on vacation, or on maternity leave. Per diem nursing positions can be either pert-time or full time, depending on the RNs preferences.

While per diem nursing doesn’t offer the familiarity of a regular nursing job in the same setting week after week, there are many who prefer the chance to explore new and interesting aspects of the nursing field.

That makes per diem nursing a great way for new nurses to explore many different nursing environments quickly. Per diem nursing also offers the chance to learn new skills that can help an RN advance his or her career.

Per diem nursing is also a good match for new mothers, nurses close to retirement, or any other RN who only wants to work intermittent shifts.

Per diem nursing is a great opportunity for RNs who want more say over where they work and what they do. If you want to learn more about the benefits of per diem nursing, then contact the Advantage Medical Staffing team today.

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