If you are wondering…
  • How do you pick the best travel therapy recruiting company and recruiter for you?
  • What makes a good recruiter or a good recruiting company?
  • How do you know which recruiters or recruiting companies to trust?
  • How do you keep from getting taken advantage of as a new traveling therapist?
  • What are red flags to look out for with recruiters and recruiting companies ?
You’re not alone. 
That is one of the most popular topics and questions I get-
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With over 100 different allied health recruiting companies out there, it’s hard to know who to go with- 
Especially when voicemails and emails flood your inbox, and they are all over career fairs and conferences. Sometimes, you don’t even know how they got your information. 
Each recruiter sounds so nice, like they could be your new best friend and they just left their day job at Disney. 
And it sounds like each company offers about the same thing, so how to you know what the difference is?
It can be so overwhelming.
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The truth is this:
As a new traveler, you wouldn’t know. 
You wouldn’t know if you were working with a bad recruiter or bad company, or if they were taking advantage of you, until it’s too late… 
Because there is so much to know- and as a new traveler, you don’t know what you don’t know. 
But I do. So, don’t worry.  😉 
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And since this is one of the MOST popular questions I get from new and aspiring travelers, we wanted to answer it for you. 
In detail. 
With a 6-part mini eCourse series through blog posts.
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To your successes,
Jess
P.S. Over the next few posts, I am going to answer your most popular questions about recruiters and companies. But if you want to do yourself a favor and make it easy on yourself, you can just sign up with an opportunity to work with our recommended recruiters here: http://wanderlustpts.com/recruiter . 
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