Spotlight: High Demand Allied Temp Agency Jobs in 2018
Michael O’Leary | January 15, 2018
If you are healthcare professional with an itch to travel, 2018 may be your year. The needs are high, and the advantages of allied temp agency jobs include attractive places to work, high pay, benefits, and the opportunity to increase your skills and expertise.
If your New Year’s resolution is to travel more, CONSIDER your career options with allied healthcare travel jobs from Club Staffing, the largest allied health travel agency in the country.
According to senior recruiter Samantha Clemons, allied temp agency therapists receive tax-free advantages, higher pay packages, the opportunity to travel and see the country (while being paid!), job flexibility, and the opportunity to work in and experience a variety of different settings at any given time.
Outlook for allied health travel staffing agency jobs in 2018.
For 2018, Clemons, who has been an allied temp agency recruiter for nearly four years, sees high demand in skilled nursing facilities, acute care organizations, and physical therapy clinics. The areas of the country with the highest needs include the West Coast, California, Washington, and Oregon.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, those states not only have high demand for allied healthcare jobs but consistently offer some of the highest average nursing salaries in the country, ranging from an average annual salary of $80,000 in Washington to over $100,000 for registered nurses in California.
A robust menu of activities outside of work for allied travel jobs
Beyond salary, the West Coast offers an exciting array of outdoor activities ranging from mountain climbing, hiking, biking, and camping, to surfing, sail- and paddle-boarding, and just plain lounging on sunny beaches. In addition, there is a vast array of sports teams, entertainment venues, and amusement parks, as well as museums, theaters, and nightclubs.
Answers for all your questions about allied health travel staffing agency jobs.
If you have considered trying an allied temp agency job, but thought it might be too risky or disruptive, Clemons says the best thing to do is to call a Club Staffing recruiter and ask questions.
“Some clinicians have a hard time leaving their homes or steady permanent jobs to take on travel therapy,“ Clemons said in an email interview. “I make sure to answer all of their questions at the very beginning of the process so that there are no surprises later on.”
She adds that it helps to get clinicians excited about an allied health travel staffing agency career by explaining the benefits to traveling, which include compensation perks, access to Club Staffing’s many exclusive clients, and the opportunity to visit new destinations, all while enjoying overall job flexibility.
Support for allied temp agency jobs doesn’t end when you’re hired
The support for her clients doesn’t stop once they land that allied temp agency job. Clemons says the most rewarding part of her job is the continuing relationships she often forms with her clients. She says it is very satisfying to know she has been able to make a positive difference in other people’s lives and careers.
“I genuinely get excited when the candidates that I am working with land the job that they are hoping for,” Clemons says. “I always love hearing about my clinicians’ experiences while they are on an assignment, such as places they’ve visited or weekend trips they take while exploring their new areas. Some clinicians send me amazing photos of hiking trails, ocean views, and mountains, and it makes me happy to know that I helped them to get there."
If you have questions about an allied health travel staffing agency career, you can contact Clemons at (203)-210-1459 or any Club Staffing recruiters at (800)-875-8999. You can also review our recruiter profiles on the Club Staffing website. Ready to take the plunge? Apply online at Club Staffing.