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Financial benefits of roommates for international healthcare professionals in the United States
Seven ways having a roommate makes financial sense

​Moving to a new country as a registered nurse or medical technologist is an exciting yet challenging endeavor, especially when it comes to managing finances in a foreign land like the United State...

Well Being Benefits Of Roommates
Seven positives of having a roommate

​Starting a new job as a registered nurse or medical technologist in the U.S. can be both exhilarating and challenging, but settling in can be so much easier if you have a roommate. Not only is cho...

U.S. cost of living comparison for international healthcare professionals – Gastonia, NC vs Atlanta, GA
Cost of living comparison: Gastonia, NC vs Atlanta, GA

Choosing where to work and live in the U.S. is a big decision. We’re here to help guide you through the process of selecting where to set down roots, so that you can get off to the best possible st...

Mental well-being during the holidays for international healthcare professionals in the United States
Prioritizing mental well-being during the holiday season

​The holiday season often brings joy and celebration, but for many international registered nurses and medical technologists living in the United States, it can also bring unique challenges to ment...

USA festive holiday traditions for international healthcare professionals
Gifts, feasts, and traditions: your guide to the American festive season

​The winter festive season in the United States is a time of joy, togetherness, and celebration. Rooted in a diverse tapestry of cultural and religious traditions, Americans come together to share ...

Holiday budgeting tips for international healthcare professionals in the U.S.
Mastering your festive finance: a guide to holiday season budgeting

​The holiday season is a time of joy, festivities, and giving, but it can also bring financial stress as the spirit of generosity can lead to overspending. However, with a strategic approach to bud...

Winter in the USA for international registered nurses and medical technologists
First winter in the U.S.? Here’s what you need to know

​Winter in the U.S. can be a magical time, especially when you experience it for the first time! Many of our international registered nurses and medical technologists get their first taste of a nor...

Cost of living comparison: Tallahassee, FL vs Dothan, AL
Caregivers in USA: find out more as an international healthcare professional living in the U.S.
The role of caregivers in U.S. society

​The concept of caregiving and the approach toward elderly care can differ significantly between cultures. International registered nurses and medical technologists working with Conexus MedStaff in...

Thanksgiving in the U.S. - a guide for international healthcare professionals
Thanksgiving: what it is, and how to get involved

​Thanksgiving is an exciting and festive time in the U.S. As an international registered nurse or medical technologist starting a new life in the United States, Thanksgiving presents the ideal oppo...

Daylight savings: what you need to know as an international registered nurse or medical technologist in the U.S.
What is daylight saving time?

​Daylight saving time (DST), also known as daylight savings time, daylight time, or summer time, is a practice that people in the United States and many other countries observe by actively adjustin...

Guide to USA politics for international healthcare professionals
A quick guide to U.S. politics for international healthcare professionals

​Chances are you’ve had a brief preview of U.S. politics through international media, but as a new resident working in the country as a registered nurse or medical technologist, it helps to have a ...

International healthcare professionals - settle into your new home in the USA
Moving abroad: managing the emotional rollercoaster

​Welcome to the United States! Relocating to a new country, particularly one with a distinct culture like the U.S., can be an exciting yet challenging experience. As an international healthcare pro...

U.S. cost of living comparison for international healthcare professionals – Los Angeles, CA vs Lake Havasu City, AZ
International nursing students in the USA - mental health resources and advice
Thriving abroad: handling stress as an international nursing student in the U.S.

​Living in the United States as an international nursing student comes with an abundance of exciting perks, but there are also challenges to overcome. Adjusting to a new culture and educational sys...

Mental health resources for international healthcare professionals in the USA
Learn how to communicate effectively as an international healthcare professional in the U.S.
Confidence in communication: a guide to mastering ‘speak-up culture’ in the U.S. workplace

​Workplace culture in the U.S., and in American society in general, is unique. As an international healthcare professional newly relocated to the United States, you may find it very different from ...

Budgeting tips for international healthcare professionals in the U.S.
10 tips to budget smarter while living in the U.S.

​Setting a monthly budget will help your money go further, leading to a better overall quality of life. With the cost of living rising everywhere, in the U.S. and abroad, there’s never been a more ...

Amazing things for international healthcare professionals to experience in the U.S.