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If you were given a 13 week assignment for nursing in Hawaii , what would you do first? Without a plan, you might just climb into a hammock somewhere and forget about the rest of the world. As long as you don't forget to go to work when you're suppose to that little “vice” can be easily forgiven. In fact, the residents of Hawaii have long favored relaxation and down-time over a hard-core business mentality.
When you take on travel nursing jobs as assigned by PPR Healthcare Staffing, you'll work anywhere from 30 – 40 hours per week, leaving the rest of your days (and nights) to do as you please. Nursing in Hawaii means lots of time to explore all eight of the main islands including Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and, of course, the Big Island of Hawaii. WARNING! If you have any aversion to unadulterated beauty, this is not the place for you. For travel nurses not accustomed to pleasantries and casual walks along the beach, taking a nursing in Hawaii may be too much for the system to handle. You see, the residents of Hawaii have one main motto which is basically “work a little; play a lot”.
Probably the most interesting demographic fact about Hawaii is that everyone there is a minority. What a great equalizer! Imagine working and living in a place where each day presents a level playing field. For more information on how you can start nursing in Hawaii right away, complete the job skills form at PPR Healthcare Staffing and hit send!
|Sheri Ann Richerson|