Top 5 Reasons to Work Per Diem Nursing & Allied Shifts This Summer
Top 5 Reasons to Work Per Diem Shifts This Summer
- Location Variety
Per diem nursing (also called “local shifts”), allied health, and non-clinical jobs are available at a variety of healthcare settings including doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals, long-term care or rehab centers, and other types of healthcare facilities. The smorgasbord of healthcare settings available prevents medical professionals from falling into a mundane career.
- Advance Your Career
Choosing per diem is a great opportunity to experiment in different specialties. Whether medical professionals are considering a career move or simply want to test the waters in other departments or healthcare facilities, per diem is a popular and recommended way to explore new roles or employers.
- Work-Life Balance
Nurses and allied professionals won’t miss a moment with your family and friends this summer when they work per diem because <i>they create their own work schedule. With agencies like NurseFinders providing short and long-term contracts, medical professionals can choose when and where they want to work. Visit our job search page to browse per diem jobs.
- Great Pay
It’s as simple as supply and demand. Per diem jobs are often last-minute, which means the medical professionals are well-compensation. This is especially true in the summer when full-time clinicians take time off, making the demand for per diem medical professionals increase.
- Perfect for the Gig Economy
Nurses and allied professionals can supplement their part-time or full-time work with additional hours picking up per diem shifts. They can choose whether they want to work a few months out of the year or make per diem work their full-time career.
Still on the fence about working per diem? We understand and created a transparent resource. Read the Top 6 Pros and Cons of Per Diem Nursing Jobs.