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Why Work Locum Tenens After Residency?

Locum tenens lets new doctors experience different work settings while their families get to experience new locations and environments. This can be especially helpful if you don’t know where you want to live or don’t want to make a long-term commitment to a location you’re not familiar with. Read more

Travel Physical Therapist Shares Her Adventure

The opportunity to pay off student loans is what got Jasmine excited about traveling, but it became much more for her. Traveling as a physical therapist opened her eyes to new things and areas throughout the country. Read more

Six Twitter Resources for Physician Assistants

The role of physician assistants continue to evolve as the healthcare market changes. To help keep on top of all the news and changes, here are six excellent resources for you to follow on Twitter. Read more

Medical Lab Scientists: Hospital vs. Reference Lab?

You are finishing rotations at a hospital as a medical laboratory scientist (MLS) student, and it’s almost time to decide where you would like to spend your career. You now have experience working in a hospital, but with the varied other lab options, how do you know which will be the best choice? Read more

Most Popular NP and PA Stories of 2015

Its been a busy year for both Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. With new rules and salaries increasing, these seven blog posts are a great way to stay up-to-date with the ever-changing fields of NPs and PAs. Read more

Traveling Physical Therapist Combines Work with Friends and Fun

As a new graduate, it’s often difficult to find a job or figure out the best direction to take for your career. However, Shawna was not worried about that at all. While finishing her degree as a physical therapist, classmates told her about traveling assignments. Read more

Four Reasons Why Therapists Choose Travel Assignments

Have you ever thought about becoming a traveling PT, PTA or SLP? Many therapists are choosing traveling assignments because it has given them the flexibility, experience and life-style they are looking for. Read more

Physical Therapists: Explore the Country Through Travel Jobs

Seeing the country is a top priority for many of us, but it is often difficult to find the time. Fortunately, locum tenens assignments offer physical therapists a way to travel even at a young age. Read more

Residents and Fellows: Your Guide to the Right Career Path

You’ve earned your medical degree, worked your way through your residency or fellowship program and are now on your way to a career as a full-time physician. But what career path should you take — work in a hospital setting, join a private practice, start your own practice, or even work locum tenens assignments on a part-time or permanent basis? Here are some tips to help you decide the best career option for you. Read more

VIDEO: The Benefits of Working Locum Tenens Early in Your Career

There are a variety of reasons physicians choose to work locum tenens. For facial plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Harmych, working locum tenens assignments provided him the flexibility he needed to set up his practice while maintaining a good work/life balance. Read more