Travel Nursing Jobs
Why Travel Nursing Jobs?
Your Calling. Your Travel Nursing Adventure.
Want a nurse career without limits? Travel nursing jobs provide just that – it gives you the chance to enjoy a flexible and adventurous lifestyle while broadening your job search to provide patient care.
With a career in travel nursing, you can explore new locations and different facility types while earning a highly competitive salary and building your resume with a unique experience.
Travel Nursing FAQs
In 2023, the top in-demand travel nursing specialties are long-term care, medical/surgical nursing, and emergency nursing. Long-term care is one of the most in-demand travel nursing specialties with hundreds of jobs across the country.
Learn more about LTC/SNF nursing, medical-surgical nursing, or see all travel nursing specialties today!
On average, travel nurses make a base salary of $2,139 per week, $50.11 per hour, and $116,923 yearly according to indeed.com. However, salaries vary by location, so remember that this number can change based on the facility and state a job is located in.
In fact, some CareerStaff travel nurses earn over $3,000 per week depending on incentives, stipends, and potential bonus offerings!
Learn more about travel nursing benefits and salary.
1. Earn your license and degree. Having a BSN is typically preferred for travel nurses as it provides more opportunities with different facilities and health systems. In addition, you’ll need to pass the NCLEX and become licensed in your state of practice.
2. Gain experience in your specialization. Experience is one of the most important elements of becoming a travel nurse. Other important characteristics include a strong clinical background, leadership skills, flexibility, good communication, organization, and critical thinking skills.
3. Consider using a travel nurse recruiter. A travel nurse recruiter is often your greatest resource in helping you find a travel assignment. They are the link between what you’re looking for in a travel assignment and the hospital or facility that you’ll be placed in.
Learn more about how to become a travel nurse.
As a travel nurse, you can explore some spectacular parts of the country. Our top three travel nurse destinations in 2023 are Pennsylvania, California’s Eastern Sierra, and New Hampshire. Each of these locations offers high demand for travel nurses, beautiful scenery, and so much more!
Take flight with us and view open travel nurse positions nationwide.
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Your Travel Nurse Career Starts Here.
Travel RN Jobs
Discover a travel RN career without limits. Search travel nursing jobs that are designed to fit your lifestyle.
Travel LPN Jobs
Start your travel LPN journey and continue to provide quality patient care. Explore nationwide LPNs/LVNs opportunities.
Travel CNA Jobs
Experience adventure and take your career to new heights with nationwide travel CNA opportunities.
Travel Nurse Licensure
Your Journey. Your Way.
Ready for your next adventure? Take on an out-of-state travel nursing assignment to experience the ultimate lifestyle flexibility and career growth opportunities. We offer eNLC licensure assistance to make sure that you are licensed to work in the states you choose to work in. Get more information about state-by-state licensure here.
Why Travel Nurses Choose CareerStaff
My recruiter works very hard to align my preferences with the contracts. I went to New Hampshire in the dead of winter. The state was gorgeous, the food was great, and I met a friend for life. It was so nice, I went back for a second contract.Clarise B., Travel LPN
Your Network. Your Money.
Earn up to $750* for Referring a Nurse or Clinician.
We’re always looking for passionate nurses, clinicians, and allied health professionals to join our team. If you can help us find them, we’ve got a bonus for you!
Your Setting. Your Next Travel nursing Job.
From travel nursing jobs in leading hospitals to assignments in SNF, LTC, behavioral health, and other types of patient care facilities, discover opportunities across the spectrum of clinical settings. Some of the settings we provide travel nurses to are:
- State, local, and private hospitals
- Rehab facilities
- Outpatient clinics
- Correctional facilities
- Schools and educational facilities
- Skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
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Questions about travel nursing? Whether you’re navigating how to become a travel nurse, seeking guidance on licensure, or how to best prepare for your assignments, our Clinician Life Blog has you covered!