As a healthcare worker, holding licenses in multiple states gives you access to many more assignment opportunities and potentially higher pay rates
States with the highest-paying assignments, can often take more than a month to process your application, so starting this process with plenty of time before applying for an assignment is ideal.
CareerStaff is committed to supporting your pursuit of any assignment across the U.S. and we offer licensing programs to help our employees become licensed in the states they desire. Our team is both an advocate and resource for you to help guide you through the process.
To learn more about the qualifications, processing time and necessary information associated with specific state licensing, click on the links under your area of discipline below.
Registered Nurse and Licensed Practical Nurse Licensure – https://www.nursinglicensemap.com/
Nursing Licensure Compact – https://nursinglicensemap.com/faqs/nursing-licensure-compact/
Certified Nursing Assistant Requirements – https://www.nursinglicensure.org/cna/nursing-assistant.html
Occupational Therapy Licensure – https://www.aota.org/Advocacy-Policy/State-Policy/Licensure/How-To.aspx
Physical Therapy Licensure – http://www.apta.org/Licensure/
Physical Therapy Licensure Compact – http://www.fsbpt.org/FreeResources/PhysicalTherapyLicensurecompact.aspx
Speech Language Pathology Therapy Licensure – https://www.asha.org/advocacy/state/
Respiratory Therapist – http://www.aarc.org/advocacy/state-society-resources/state-licensure-information/
Boards of Pharmacy by State – https://nabp.pharmacy/boards-of-pharmacy/
Pharmacy Licensure Transfer – https://nabp.pharmacy/programs/licensure-transfer/
Pharmacy Technician Licensure – https://www.pharmacytimes.com/technician-news/pharmacy-technician-license-requirements-by-state