• December 4, 2019

    Coping with Culture Shock

    Starting a new life in an unfamiliar place can be challenging and feelings of isolation and frustration may occur. This is completely normal and is known as “culture shock.” There are a few signs that indicate an individual might be experiencing culture shock. Some signs include resentment…

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  • November 21, 2019

    Popular U.S. Customs

    The United States is a melting pot of cultural foods, religious beliefs, musical taste, clothing style, and much more. But even though America is culturally diverse, there are some customs that foreigners must become acquainted with. Being on time is very important, especially for work-related events. The…

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  • November 12, 2019

    Ways to Manage Stress at Work

    Everyone has experienced stress at work at some point in their career. Stressors may include conflict with coworkers, salary, excessive workloads, clients, etc. The most important thing is to manage the stress so it doesn’t affect your performance at work or your personal life. According to the…

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  • November 6, 2019

    Resources to Find a Job for Spouses

    A common question we receive is “will you assist my spouse with finding employment?” Though we would love to, we, unfortunately, do not. However, there are various resources to find employment for your spouse. Clients will be chosen for the nurse approximately 3 months before deployment. Once…

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