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Joe and Kari are living the dream. Working as travel therapists, they’ve hiked through the towering redwoods, stared at the crater of smoky Mt. St. Helens, and helped patients along the way, with each other’s company throughout. And now, they have a six-month-old daughter who can join them on their adventures.
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Claire has always been interested in language learning and language development, so it's no surprise she became a speech language pathologist. When she began traveling a couple years ago, she drew upon a special source: her mother. Claire's mom was a traveling nurse in her youth and Claire always hoped to follow in her footsteps.
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Stephanie knew she needed a change in her occupational therapist career. At her previous job, she was working long hours for little compensation and she didn’t have time to do things she loved. Her colleague worked for CompHealth, and he suggested she give the staffing company a call. In less than a week, she had picked out her first assignment. Now, she has time to play music, practice on a softball team, and travel the country.
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More than 40,000 healthcare providers work locum tenens assignments and enjoy the many benefits it has to offer. But before you decide if locum tenens is right for your professional and personal lifestyle, there are a variety of factors to consider that go beyond whether your schedule can accommodate extra shifts every now and then.