Three Reasons It's a GREAT Idea to Travel With a Friend for Your Next Assignment

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Cross Country Allied
Posted:
April 13, 2017 13:58 PM (GMT-04:00)
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Traveler Tips
Taking a friend with you on a travel assignment can be fun. Of course, going solo has its own benefits, too. It can give you some quiet time and help you become more self-sufficient and independent. But you don’t always have to go it alone. It’s a great idea to occasionally travel with a friend. Consider these reasons to ask a friend to join you on your next assignment.

Maintain Your Relationship

Travel professionals who make a career of it often have limited time to spend with friends and family. If you travel with a friend on your next assignment, you can spend quality time together when you’re not working. It gives you a chance to reconnect, get to know your friend better and maintain your relationship.

Talk About Your Work Experience Face-to-Face

You can talk about the accomplishments and challenges of your work assignment face to face with someone who really cares. Your friend will have more insight on what it’s like to be a travel professional. Also, they have a different perspective and might offer some valuable suggestions on making your future assignments even more enjoyable. If you partner with a friend who is also a travel healthcare professional, you’ll both have someone who can relate to your experiences.

Share the Adventure

Part of the excitement of travel assignments is visiting new cities, experiencing different cultures and exploring venues you wouldn’t otherwise have time to visit. Your assignment can be even more exciting when you share it with a friend. For example:
  • You’ll have someone to talk with as you experience different restaurants, visit historical or natural landmarks or sightsee.
  • It can help prevent loneliness or the feeling you’re missing out on everything back home. If you and your travel partner have mutual friends who live near your next assignment, it might be a good opportunity to spend some time with them.
  • Your friend might appreciate a mini getaway, too. It can be rewarding to know you’ve helped them get some needed rest and recreation.

Explore Your Opportunities

If you want to travel while working as an allied health professional, Cross Country Allied can help. You’ll be able to choose from assignments throughout the U.S. And you can take a friend with you to make it a more memorable and enjoyable experience. Apply now.

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