There are perks to hitting the road during any season when you’re a travel nurse, but one of our favourite times for assignments is spring! Here’s why you should consider travel nursing in Canada now.

More Daylight = More Time Outdoors

As the days get longer throughout springtime, there’s more potential to spend time outdoors in the evenings and during your days off. This perfect for nurses who like to explore the surrounding area of their new location, experience nature, enjoy local parks and outdoor activities. Bonus points: as the weather warms up, you’ll have more options for socially distanced hangouts with the new friends you meet on assignment!

A Fresh Start

Spring has a beautiful freshness to it that just feels like a clean slate. If sunny days motivate you, it might be the best time to take the leap and make a change in your career! Channel the boost in energy that the season brings and pour yourself into helping a community and facility that needs your skills and talents. You’ll gain valuable experience while making a big difference to many patients.

Lots of Options for Activities

While some of our travel nurses love winter assignments where they can hit the slopes and enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other snowy activities, we know that not everyone shares those passions. In spring, there are so many options for activities that anyone can enjoy. Trying new walking routes, spending time by a lake or on a beach, biking, birdwatching, fishing, camping, boating or having a picnic are just some options of what your time off as a travel nurse could look like.

Tons of Availability

Right now, many facilities across Canada need travel nurses. With ample availability of assignments to choose from based on specialty, it’s easy to find your perfect fit! To guide you through the process, our experienced Career Consultants will work with you one-on-one for a seamless experience, even if you’re new to travel nursing.

Interested in learning more about travel nursing? Check out our blog or provide your contact info to chat with one of our Career Consultants and learn more about life on the road.