How to Stay Connected While on Assignment: Holiday Edition

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or new to the traveling circuit, being away from your family for the Holidays never gets any easier. But you love what you do and you make it work for you. We know how hard you work and how tough it can be to be… Read More »

Eat.See.Do: Milwaukee!

Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week… Milwaukee!   WHERE: Milwaukee, WI ABOUT: Resting beautifully on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin. If… Read More »

Eat.See.Do: New Orleans!

Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week… New Orleans! WHERE: New Orleans, LA ABOUT: Also known as the “Big Easy,” New Orleans is the go-to spot for vibrant live… Read More »

Eat. See. Do: Dallas!

Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week… Dallas! WHERE: Dallas, TX ABOUT: It’s the home of Anders Group! We’re located about 15 minutes from Downtown Dallas! All recommendations shared… Read More »

Temp to Perm – What Does That Mean?

When you think of travel, most think of the true traveler working 13 week contracts across the country. An amazing way to work, but not all of us are at a life point where this is a possibility. It is tough to truly travel when you need to remain in… Read More »

Summer Sunshine and Vacation Time

Taking days off during an assignment is okay…within reason. As a traveler, you are there to help out because they are short staffed. If you need more than a week off for a 13 week assignment then this places an additional burden on the facility to find short term/PRN coverage… Read More »

Who is Your “Agent”?

Traveling is made possible by teamwork between dedicated travelers and recruiters. Travelers with drive, whom develop strong relationships with their recruiters, tend to have the best assignments. They love their decision of traveling as a career choice. When searching for a company to travel with, agencies often offer similar perks… Read More »

Call Me, Not Maybe (Song lol… Anyone?)

Anders Group has a wonderful job board that we do try to post all of our jobs to. However, those “hot” jobs that get a lot of submittals can fill very quickly. By the time those jobs post, the job may be closed to submittals or even filled. As well,… Read More »

Let’s Talk

The relationship between a traveler and their recruiter is built on a foundation of communication.  The more open you are with your recruiter about your expectations and interests, the better.  Don’t hold back. Be honest about why you want to travel and what you want to gain. Is it visiting… Read More »

Unexpected Adventures

Travelers have hot spots they all want to hit. Think Hawaii, Colorado, Florida, and other popular destination cities and states.  While those locations are amazing for a multitude of reasons, they can be tougher and more competitive to find a contract in.  They can be tough to find jobs in… Read More »