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Facebook travel nurse jobs with Travel Nurse Recruiter Jake Brower - Atlas All Access 122

That amazing job you saw posted on Facebook? The one you think is too good to be true? It probably is.

But how can a travel nurse or healthcare pro know? How do you spot the fake posts from the real ones?

Join us for an in-depth conversation with Nurse Recruiter Jake Brower and Atlas MedStaff Vice President Rich Smith, as we get right to the heart of the matter. Nothing is left on the table as we dissect the realities behind all those job posts you see on Facebook. What do they mean, and what are those recruiters really trying to do?

The best defense against janky job posts on social media? Build a relationship with a recruiter you can trust.

Your recruiter should be ok with you sending them a job post you see in the wild, both to ask if it's one they can get for you, and also to trust them enough when they tell you it's likely BS (that's the technical industry term).

Get to know Nurse Recruiter Jake Brower:
>> http://www.buchi14.icu/atlas-team/jake-brower/