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As if there aren't enough things to think about when considering breaking into the United States job market of RN jobs, there are licensing issues, certificates, work visas, expenses, travel arrangements, and sometimes language barriers to surmount. It's like not being invited into an exclusive club because you don't have exactly what it takes. Well, through PPR Healthcare Staffing, all of those barriers are removed for you. Sure, you still have to do the legwork, but you'll be guided and supported every step of the way as you set your sights on travel RN jobs.
Paperwork is one thing, but what about your language skills? If your first language isn't English and you want to take registered nurse jobs in a predominantly English speaking neighborhood, you're going to have to brush up your skills. Actually, when you work with PPR Healthcare, it's a requirement. Naturally, good communication skills are paramount for any registered nurse. You might be the best interpretative dancer in the world, but it's no way to try and tell someone it's time for their prostate exam. Being multilingual is optimal because it really opens doors to a wide variety of nursing employment opportunities.
With PPR Healthcare, you'll be offered a free prep course to get you ready to write the IELTS (International English Language Testing System). Once you get through that (and you will!), PPR Healthcare will help you with the rest of the paperwork. Before you know it, you'll be working happily in the United States as a registered nurse.