4 Things You Should Know Before You Start Working Locum Tenens Shifts

Considering locum tenens? Here’s a few things to note before you commit.

  1. Locum tenens work is a great way to supplement your income.
  2. As an independent contractor, you don’t receive all the benefits of a permanent provider (Health Insurance, 401K, etc.) so you do need to put this this into your financial planning.
  3. You can explore the country and various practice settings, the cost of your travel and licensing is covered.
  4. You are on a month to month contract, so if you need to cancel a shift it needs to be prior to 30 days of the start date.

 

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