Nurse staffing companies are a great option for nurses looking for contingent nursing jobs, part time nursing jobs, high paying nursing jobs, or nursing jobs with flexible schedules. Nursing agencies are often thought of as temporary employers. While many nurse staffing firms are a bridge between jobs, many nurses make a career out of working with a nurse staffing firm. One of the common questions we hear is “what happens after 13 weeks?”. While this is certainly a great question and we understand the rationale, the answer to this question is that we hope the schedule will continue and if the job dries up, we will have plenty of notice to find something comparible to meet your needs. As a staff nurse, schedules tend to be 4-6 weeks in duration. However, there isn’t any apprehension as to what happens after 4-6 weeks. It is assumed that the job will continue. In staffing, the liklihood of the job continuing is good and the chances of finding a similar job is great. While no nursing job anywhere is gauranteed, there is job stablity with nurse staffing firms. Expedient Medstaff has had nurses working in the same facilities for over 13 years. We consider ourselves to be a career choice for high caliber nurses wanting high wages and flexiblilty. We are proud of the nurses that are on our team and owe our success to them and their hard work. If you would like to join the Expedient Medstaff Team, please apply on line…it will take less than 5 minutes!