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Most travel nursing jobs require an RN license, but there are occasional needs for LPNs. If there are LPN positions available, you’ll be contacted by phone or email from up to four agency recruiters. Check back often — new jobs are available weekly.

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Housing for Travel Nurses

For many travel nurses, housing is the most important piece of the pay package. For me and my husband, it is the first thing we want details on once we decide to apply for a position. (My husband is a travel nurse, and I’m along for the ride!).


How to Advance Your Nursing Education While Traveling

With online nursing programs, there's no reason why you can't advance your degree while you're traveling for work. Check out Nurse.org's list of featured CCNE-accredited online programs to find the one that's perfect for you.

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Salary and Benefits

Travel nursing salary is one of the most important factors you will consider when thinking about applying for a travel nurse position.


Travel Nursing Tax Guide

For most full-time, salaried nursing professionals, completing a tax return isn’t usually too complicated, since it mainly involves a W-2 form and whatever other documents the individual normally files with.