Top 5 Winter Locations for Travel Nursing Jobs
What’s Your Winter Wonderland?
It may seem like the cold weather is ice ages away, but it’s important to start thinking about your winter travel nursing assignment. Now is the time when our hottest travel assignments begin to fill up! Whether you’d like to escape the snow and ice or enjoy a winter wonderland this cold season, we’re sure to fulfill your holiday travel wish list with more than 2,000 open positions around the country.
Here are some of our top winter travel nursing destinations:
- Florida: Calling all “beach bums”! Take an assignment in Florida and you’ll never have to miss the sound of waves crashing and the feeling of sand between your toes. Even if you’re not a beach person, there’s something for everyone to love in this state. Disney World, Miami, the keys—have you begun daydreaming, yet? Current positions pay between $33 and $45 per hour and licensure takes 4-6 weeks.
- New Jersey: If you like having options, this is the location for you. Want to enjoy a serene winter but don’t want to stray too far away from the city lights? New Jersey has it all! Enjoy scenic views that dub this the Garden State AND have quick access to fun in Atlantic City, NYC and Philadelphia. Pay ranges from $36 to $49 an hour and licensure takes 8-10 weeks to acquire.
- Arizona: Keep summer alive with an exciting position spent under the sun! Did you know that most areas in Arizona receive well over 300 sunny days per year? You won’t suffer from a vitamin D deficiency in this state! Even better—Arizona is a Compact state, so it’s extremely convenient to take an assignment there if you have a Compact license. Compensation ranges from $37 and $47 per hour.
- New York: Have you ever visited Rockefeller Center during the holidays? Now is your chance! There are so many reasons why our nurses love New York. Spend your days off shopping on Park Avenue, sightseeing in Central Park, skiing in upper state New York. Jobs pay between $41 and $53 per hour and it takes 4-6 weeks to get a license there.
- Oregon: If you’re a fan of the cold weather but dislike the snow, Oregon is the state for you. Enjoy cool — but not bone-chilling — temperatures while taking in the breathtaking scenery. Travel nursing opportunities pay between $41 and $53 per hour, but licensure can take a few months, so if Oregon is on your wish list, act fast!
Don’t wait for the colder weather to arrive. Learn about all of the possibilities and advantages of working with us now! Fill out the form and one of our helpful recruiters will be in contact with you shortly.