As you continue along your journey as a healthcare provider, you might begin to wonder whether or not working a permanent position is right for you. Making the switch to locum tenens has many advantages such as flexibility, higher rates, and more. This side-by-side infographic lays it all out there for you.
About Chris Keeley
Chris Keeley was formerly the content marketing copywriter for Barton Associates. Native to the Boston area, Chris joined Barton Associates in May 2019 after earning his degree in journalism from Salem State University.
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