Georgia Travel Nurse Jobs

Georgia travel nursing by specialty.

The most popular nursing specialties with positions available in Georgia include:

Cardiac Cath Lab Cardio ICU Cardio OR Case Management ER (Emergency Room) ICU (Intensive Care Unit)

Interventional Radiology L&D (Labor & Delivery) LTC/SNF Medical Surgical NICU OR (Operating Room)

PACU Psychiatric Unit Radiology Stepdown Telemetry Wound Care

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Georgia is a popular state for travel nurse and travel allied health jobs! With bustling city centers like Atlanta and the spookfest that is Savannah, there’s lots of fun to be had in the urban areas, but also much to explore in the great outdoors. GA is a great choice for travelers who want to experience some southern charm while taking advantage of the flexibility offered by travel nursing. If you want your career in care to take you to Georgia, we can help.

We connect care by staffing top healthcare facilities in Georgia  with brilliant Travel Nurses .

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Travel Nurses working in Georgia enjoy a personalized payment package with great wage rates, licensure and certification reimbursement, a 401(k) with an immediately vested company contribution, loyalty and referral bonuses, and more.

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We offer our travel nurses and travel allied health professionals day one medical, dental, and vision insurance, plus the option of several additional voluntary benefits, including life, long-term disability, critical illness, accident, hospital indemnity, and AD&D insurance.

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Current travelers also have automatic, free access to our employee assistance program (EAP) through Cigna, which includes eight free counseling sessions and many more free resources to support you and your family in every facet of life.

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When it comes to making a home in your latest location, Medical Solutions travelers have the option of company-provided, private, fully furnished, secure, pet-friendly housing arranged by our expert housing team or a non-taxable housing stipend that helps you arrange and pay for your own housing costs, depending on your eligibility and location.

All about Georgia Travel Nursing

The Peach State is a sweet choice for travel nursing! Georgia has many facilities and that means travel healthcare jobs aplenty. With its temperate climate, choice of many travel nurse jobs, divine cuisine, and plenty to see and do on your days off, Georgia should definitely be on your mind!

U.S. News & World Report’s 2021/2022 Best Hospitals list evaluated 170 hospitals in Georgia, including #1-ranked Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, #2-ranked Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta, and #3-ranked Piedmont Atlanta Hospital in Atlanta. There are many other hospitals and non-hospital healthcare facilities throughout the state as well. U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best States list ranked Georgia at #18 overall, #11 for infrastructure, and #11 for fiscal stability, #12 for economy, and #13 for opportunity. Georgia is a top location for travelers hoping to work in healthcare, explore exciting cities and charming small towns, enjoy nature and southern hospitality, and earn great wages!

Georgia is currently a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC). The NLC allows nurses to practice in other NLC states without having to get additional state licenses. New states are frequently joining so keep an eye on the latest NLC map. In the meantime, our team is happy to help you with any Georgia state licensing questions.

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Quick Georgia Facts

  • State Nickname: The Peach State
  • Capital City: Atlanta
  • Largest Cities: Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah
  • Charming Towns: Athens, Blue Ridge, Washington, Dahlonega, Helen
  • Cost of Living: Ninth-lowest cost of living in U.S.
  • Random Trivia: The oldest state park in the United States is in Georgia.

To Do and See in Georgia

Georgia has it all — from beautiful beaches to spooky swamps, wonderful waterfalls to majestic mountains.

Popular Georgia attractions and destinations include the Georgia Aquarium, Cumberland Island Dungeness Ruins, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site, Augusta Canal, World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Savannah Historic District, CNN Center, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, Centennial Olympic Park, High Museum of Art, Zoo Atlanta, Okefenokee Swamp, Atlanta History Center, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Madison’s Heritage Hall, Underground Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park, the College Football Hall of Fame, Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area, Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Home, Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Tybee Island, the Appalachian Trail, and so much more!

Georgia is also generally a great state for Civil War history, shopping, sightseeing, dining, hiking, biking, golfing, boating, kayaking, water sports, major league sports, climbing, ziplining, winetasting, relaxing at the beach, road trips, arts and culture, and lots more!

Georgia knows southern hospitality and that includes serving up plenty of delicious food! Some of Georgia’s favorite eats include shrimp and grits, fried chicken, cornbread, BBQ, pimiento cheese, deviled eggs, biscuits and gravy, fried green tomatoes, fried okra, collard greens, pecan pie, Brunswick Stew, and boiled peanuts. Plus, even though peaches here are just heavenly right off the tree, make sure to enjoy some Georgia peach cobbler! Wash it all down with a Coca-Cola or an ice-cold glass of sweet tea and you’ll be living like a true Georgian.

Atlanta Nurse Jobs

Atlanta is not only the biggest city in GA. Not only is Atlanta the capital of the state. Atlanta is not only the most populated city in the state. It’s also a city in great need of travel nurses. Due to several factors including a nationwide shortage of nurses, Atlanta is in need of travel nurses. The southeast region cannot educate and train enough nurses to keep up with the increasing demand. That’s why registered nurses, nurse practitioners, practical nurses, and several other allied healthcare professionals will discover so many travel nursing opportunities in the Atlanta, GA area.

If you’re interested in travel nursing and have an interest in helping an area of the country that is in great need of help, Atlanta is a great choice for you. Due to the lower cost of living in the state and great pay rates for registered nurses Atlanta is a great choice. Apply to Travel Nursing Jobs in Atlanta, GA and start your Georgia travel nursing adventure.

Are you a travel nurse or travel allied health professional looking for your next great career opportunity in The Peach State? Apply today to explore travel nurse jobs and travel allied health jobs in Georgia!

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It doesn’t get hotter, literally or figuratively, than the nightlife in Atlanta. By day, you can visit the childhood home of the dreamer, political activist and American hero Martin Luther King Jr. or relax in nature with amazing views of Midtown from Piedmont Park. Game days in Atlanta are especially lively as fans arrive by the thousands to cheer on their team. With five professional sports teams, you can join in the escapade year round.

Before you leave the Peach State, marvel at some of the best views in the South from the top of Chattanooga’s Rock City. Follow the stone path through enormous boulders along the Enchanted Trail, feel the spray from the 140-foot High Falls, gaze at the distinct rock formations and venture to Lookout Mountain where you can see seven different states.

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Travel Nurse Jobs in Georgia

Welcome to the Peach State! Georgia offers an inviting atmosphere and a flourishing healthcare industry, making it an excellent destination for travel nurses and allied health professionals alike. From the vibrant city life of Atlanta to the charming historic towns of Savannah and Macon, Georgia boasts a diverse array of settings for healthcare professionals to thrive in.

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  • $3,395 /wk Open Job Details Page St. Marys, GA Infection Control RN Start ASAP ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,778 /wk Open Job Details Page Canton, GA Radiology RN June 17th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,421 /wk Open Job Details Page Austell, GA Cardiac Cath Lab RN July 1st ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,333 /wk Open Job Details Page Atlanta, GA Operating Room RN June 24th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,163 /wk Open Job Details Page Marietta, GA Admit Recovery Unit RN June 24th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,089 /wk Open Job Details Page St. Marys, GA Nurse Educator RN June 24th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,021 /wk Open Job Details Page Atlanta, GA Oncology Unit RN June 17th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,021 /wk Open Job Details Page Atlanta, GA Oncology Unit RN June 24th ( 13 wks )  
  • $2,021 /wk Open Job Details Page Lawrenceville, GA Oncology Unit RN June 24th ( 13 wks )  

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Trusted Health is your trusted partner in navigating the healthcare landscape of Georgia. We provide travel nurses and allied health professionals with access to a robust online community, a comprehensive job board featuring exclusive opportunities across Georgia, and invaluable career resources tailored to their needs. Whether you're seeking short-term assignments in Atlanta's bustling medical centers or rural placements in the scenic countryside, Trusted Health is here to support you every step of the way.

What licensing requirements do I need to fulfill to work as a travel nurse or allied health professional in Georgia? In Georgia, travel nurses must secure state licensure, while allied health professionals may also need licensing, depending on their specific roles. It's important to note that Georgia is a member of the  Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) , which allows nurses with multistate licenses to practice in participating states without needing additional licenses. At Trusted Health, we understand the importance of navigating these requirements seamlessly. That's why we offer comprehensive resources like our  Nursing Licensure Guide and  Allied Career Guide . These resources are designed to assist you every step of the way, ensuring a smooth transition into your new role. What are the typical housing options for healthcare professionals in Georgia? Housing options in Georgia range from modern apartments in Atlanta to quaint homes in suburban areas and rural communities. Travel nurses and allied health professionals can explore options such as furnished apartments, extended-stay hotels, or temporary housing provided by healthcare facilities. What are the most in-demand specialties in Georgia for healthcare professionals? In Georgia, healthcare facilities often seek professionals in specialties such as emergency medicine, critical care, obstetrics, and pediatrics. Allied health professionals in fields like physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology are also in high demand, particularly in urban centers like Atlanta and Augusta. How do I navigate transportation and logistics in Georgia, especially in urban areas? Transportation in Georgia varies depending on the location and urbanization level. While cities like Atlanta have extensive public transportation systems, travel nurses and allied health professionals may also need to consider options such as driving, ridesharing, or biking. What opportunities are available for professional development and continuing education in Georgia? Georgia is home to a wealth of opportunities for professional development and continuing education in healthcare. From renowned academic medical centers and teaching hospitals to specialized training programs and professional conferences, there are ample opportunities for travel nurses and allied health professionals to enhance their skills and advance their careers. Trusted Health also provides access to career resources to support professional growth and development in this dynamic and evolving healthcare market.

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is an essential sight for music lovers, while our theater junkies have plenty of live theater options. Scenic walking trails wind throughout Savannah’s historic district, the pinnacle of southern charm and the oldest city in Georgia.  With that one cannot forget the main attraction that is the city of Atlanta. With its high-end shops and Civil War museums, one on their visit can get a taste for the traditions long held in that great State of ours.

From the location of the Masters Golf Tournament to walking in the footsteps of our greatest Civil Rights leader to the world’s largest aquarium hosted in Atlanta one still cannot forget the 47 National Parks that exist in Georgia.  Flow down a river exulting not only in the adrenaline rush that will accompany this experience but also in the joy of having made the right travel nursing choice.

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The response time from my recruiter and nurse specialist is amazing! They both have been so great to work with on my first assignment out in California!!! Chad and Samantha both are super caring and very responsive! I already extended my contract with the hospital because of the smooth process. They made the transition from Florida to California a lot loss stressful than I imagined. Would definitely recommend them both!!!

My recruiter, and other staff I have had the pleasure of interacting with, are all so friendly and helpful. My recruiter is responsive, and even reached out while she was on vacation to check on me! I’ve worked with other agencies in the past, but Stability is next level when it comes to making your travel nursing experience as seamless as possible! Special shout out to Lindsay (best recruiter ever) and Tracy. Amazing people to work with.

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My recruiter is very responsive and personable. I have NEVER had any issues with them!! This agency even has PTO! None of my co workers with other agencies have this benefit!! Also the rates are equal or higher than most other agencies!! Everything feels more like family than business and for that I would choose stability over any other agency!! I am so happy I chose to work with them!

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My recruiter Amanda is amazing and always timely with her responses. Debbie who is my nurse experience specialist who is with me all times of the contract is truly awesome. Love how responsive she is and will answer any and all my questions. Big thanks to Jesse my compliance coordinator for making all the appointments and getting me travel ready. Can’t thank my team enough for all they do. Any question or issue I have they resolve right away. And I love that they breakdown each contract into a spread so you know exactly what your getting for the terms of the contract.

I have been incredibly impressed by the professionalism, ease of communication, ability to have all requirements for onboarding fulfilled in a timely manner, and just overall outstanding service. Lindsay Hernandez is my particular recruiter and she has been a pleasure to work with, as well as all the team members at Stability. I’m looking forward to staying with them for my next assignment. I highly recommend them to my nursing friends, and anyone looking to travel as a nurse!

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For the latest up-to-date information on licensure requirements and fees, visit the Georgia Board of Nursing website or contact the Georgia Board of Nursing licensing division at (404) 424-9966 .

Licensure Requirements

Georgia is a state that is part of the NLC (Nurse Licensure Compact), so Georgia licensure requirements will also fulfill the requirements for NLC states. 

For nurses who are moving to Georgia who live in a non-compact state or are not eligible for a multi-state license in their home state, the following licensure requirements must be met:

  • 1. Meets the requirements for licensure in Georgia and in the home state.
  • 2. Have graduated from a licensing-board-approved RN or LPN/VN prelicensure education program or foreign program of the same type that has been approved by the authorized accredited body in the applicable country and has been verified by an independent credentials review agency.
  • 3. Have passed an English proficiency test (for those who are graduates of international programs not taught in English or if English is not the applicant’s first language).
  • 4. Have passed an NCLEX -RN or NCLEX-PN examination or State Board Test Pool Examination.
  • 5. Holds an active, unencumbered license.
  • 6. Have submitted fingerprints or other data to obtain a criminal history record from the FBI and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
  • 7. Has not been convicted or found guilty or entered into an agreed disposition of a felony under state or federal law.
  • 8. Has not been convicted or found guilty or entered into an agreed disposition of a nursing misdemeanor conviction.
  • 9. Must not be participating in an alternative program.
  • 10. Be willing to disclose participation in an alternative program.
  • 11. Have a valid U.S. Social Security number.
  • 12. Declares Georgia as the primary state of residence.

A six-month temporary license may be issued to an applicant for licensure by endorsement.

Licensure Fees

Application fees for licensure by endorsement include: 

  • $75 application fee
  • Processing fee of $5 if submitted online or $10 if submitted by mail

There are no fees for temporary permits in Georgia.

Nurse Licensure Compact Status

Georgia became a party to the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) on January 19th, 2018.

Is Georgia a Walk-Through State?

Georgia is not a walk-through state.

RNs in Georgia must complete 30 contact hours every 2 years, and LPNs must complete 20 contact hours every 2 years.

RNs can complete this requirement through 5 options:

  • 1. Complete 30 CE hours by a Board-approved provider.
  • 2. Maintain certification or recertification by a national certifying body recognized by the Board.
  • 3. Complete an accredited academic program of study in nursing as recognized by the Board.
  • 4. Verification of competency by a healthcare facility and 500 hours practiced and evidenced by the employer.
  • 5. Completion of a reentry program approved by the Board or graduation from a nursing education program.

LPNs can complete this requirement using one of the following two options:

  • 1. Completion of 20 CE hours by a Board-approved provider.
  • 2. Completion of an accredited academic program of study in registered professional nursing.

Travel nurse salaries in Georgia range from $1,505 to $2,617 per week.

Of course, travel nurse salaries may vary depending on specialties and location, so this base salary is just an average. In addition to a travel nurse salary, travel nurses also receive housing stipends, travel allowances, bonuses, and other perks.

Cities in Georgia With the Highest Travel Nursing Salaries

Gainesville.

The average travel nurse salary in Gainesville, Georgia, is $2,214 per week.

The average travel nurse salary in Albany, Georgia, is $2,161 per week.

The average travel nurse salary in Atlanta, Georgia, is $2,102 per week.

The average travel nurse salary in Columbus, Georgia, is $2,053 per week.

The average travel nurse salary in Augusta, Georgia, is $1,993 per week.

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I was first introduced to Trusted Nurse Staffing through a co-worker that was working with Trusted and my current recruiter. I was going through a tough time personally, and was looking to experience new places and things. As a Georgia native I've enjoyed working in my home state, while gaining new friendships and professional experiences. I look forward to working more contracts in Georgia as well as other states in the future.

Trusted nurse staffing is such a great company to work for and they are so easy to work with. I love using them as my first company for travel nursing!

My recruiter did an amazing job at finding the best fit for me! An outstanding job with communication, updates and ensuring all my questions were answered!!

I have been with Trusted Staffing for about 18 months now. I have essentially been working local contracts, but the experiences have been memorable. My recruiter, is always available when I have a question or concern. Travel nursing is something all nurses should experience. I can't wait until I can do some serious traveling

Every member of this company I’ve interacted with has exceeded my expectations. My recruiter, Alex, is so commutative and goes above and beyond always. I can’t imagine switching to another company!

I have had the best experience with Trusted Nurse Staffing. My recruiter Tom is amazing. He always treats me with respect and as a friend. He is on top of everything I need. And when my Dad passed away, he helped me with time off, no problem and they even sent me a beautiful comfort box that was very helpful. Fully recommend this agency.

How To Become a Travel Nurse in Georgia With Trusted Nurse Staffing in 3 Simple Steps

First, go to Trusted Nurse Staffing’s Pronto job search. Then you’ll be able to see the listings for Georgia travel nurse assignments. Don’t see what you’re looking for? No worries — we’ll update you when more travel nurse jobs in Georgia become available.

If you’ve “been there, done that” and don’t need a recruiter’s help, you’ll find everything you need on Pronto to go through the process on your own. Sign in on Pronto, select “apply’ for the assignment that interests you and follow the prompts.

If you need assistance applying, don’t hesitate to reach out to Trusted Nursing Support Staff. We’re happy to answer your questions about travel nursing positions in Georgia or walk you through the process to apply. 

Once you’ve decided on a travel nurse job in Georgia, the only thing remaining is to sign your contract and head to the Peach State. When your assignment is over, Trusted Nurse Staffing can help you extend your contract or help you find the next assignment on your travel nurse journey in a new state . We’ll be there every step of the way.

The amazing salaries of travel nurse positions in Georgia may be enough to drive you south, but Georgia has so much more to offer travel nurses who are looking for adventure and new experiences.

Beyond the wonderful southern foods and sweet tea, Georgia boasts temperate weather, nature excursions, sporting events, educational opportunities, and more.

Football fans can attend games at colleges like the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech, or if you’re interested in professional sports, Atlanta has so much to offer, including:

  • Atlanta Braves baseball
  • Atlanta Falcons NFL football
  • Atlanta United soccer
  • Atlanta Hawks basketball

And don’t forget about professional golf and the spectacular Master’s Tournament in Augusta.

If outdoor adventures are more your style, Georgia won’t disappoint when it comes to time with Mother Nature. From Springer Mountain to the Appalachian Trail to the Tallulah Gorge, you’ll find opportunities for hiking, white water rafting, and tubing in many of North Georgia’s rivers.

For history buffs, you must visit historic Savannah and the many state parks, battlefields, and museums across the state. 

And for those who love the coast, Georgia’s Atlantic coast beaches and barrier islands can’t be beat. Top-rated beaches like …

  • Jekyll Island
  • Tybee Island; and
  • St. Simon’s Island

… are popular destinations for locals and visitors alike.

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Are you looking for travel nurse positions in Atlanta, Georgia? Simply use the Pronto job search to begin browsing and applying for travel nursing assignments in Atlanta today.

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Interested in travel nursing jobs in Savannah, Georgia? Look no further. When you use Pronto , you’ll be able to see available travel nurse positions in Savannah. We will even notify you when new postings become available.

What Are Your Active Travel Nursing Jobs in Gainesville?

Hoping to move to Gainesville for your first (or next) travel nurse assignment? We can help. You’ll find the best travel nurse jobs in Georgia with Trusted Nurse Staffing with Pronto .

Housing For Travel Nurses in Georgia: How Do I Go About Finding Housing?

“ Choosing to accept a stipend doesn’t mean that your recruiter at Trusted Nurse Staffing won’t be there to help you along the way. Connect with us, and we can give you insights into the various areas and even connect you with rental properties used by travel nurses in the past.”

How Do I Find The Best Travel Nursing Agencies in Georgia?

To find the best travel nurse agencies in Georgia, there are a few things you can do to narrow your search:

  • Read online reviews from nurses who already took on travel assignments in Georgia.
  • Communicate with recruiters from multiple agencies to get an idea of how you’ll be supported in this venture.
  • Understand what benefits are being offered. Some agencies boast high pay, but then you find out that you don’t have the support you require along your journey.

Our team at Trusted Nurse Staffing is waiting for you to contact us. We’re confident in our pay, benefits, and 24/7 support. We know what we offer goes above and beyond the industry standards, and we think our nurses deserve it.

Where Are The Best Places To Travel Nurse In Georgia?

To find the best travel nurse jobs in Georgia, first decide what lifestyle you’re after and if salary is a driving factor.

Based on pay alone, Gainesville boasts one of the highest average salaries and will appeal to nurses who are hoping to save a little cash while on assignment.

However, if you’d rather just spend your days off reading under a giant weeping willow, then perhaps the slower pace and historic charm of Savannah is more your speed.

What Are The Best Things To Do in Georgia For Travel Nurses?

Georgia literally has something for everyone. And one of the best parts of living in Georgia is 110 miles of coastline and 15 barrier islands to explore. For outdoor enthusiasts, the untouched landscapes, seemingly never-ending forests, and mountainscapes are among the best in the country for adventuring.

If you’re an indoorsy type, check out these local highlights and attractions while you’re there:

  • Atlanta History Center
  • Bethesda Indoor Water Park
  • Georgia Aquarium
  • Ponce City Market
  • Mall of Georgia

One thing is certain — you’ll never be bored as a travel nurse in Georgia.

What Benefits Do I Receive As a Travel Nurse in Georgia?

When you accept one of the many travel nurse jobs in Georgia, you could be privy to some amazing benefits, but it depends on which agency you choose. 

At Trusted Nurse Staffing we are pleased to offer: 

Competitive Compensation

  • 401(k) with 4% match after 1,000 hours and 1 year of employment
  • Weekly Paychecks
  • Direct Deposit
  • Overtime/Double Time is Available
  • Customizable Pay Packages

Top-Tier Bonus Opportunities:

  • $1500 Referral Bonus Program
  • Loyalty Program
  • Sign-on & Completion Bonus
  • Discount Program

Leading Health & Wellness Benefits:

  • Employer Sponsored Health Insurance
  • HRA Card to fully cover healthcare deductibles
  • Guardian Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Wellness Benefits

Additional Insurance Benefits:

  • Portable Permanent Whole Life Insurance
  • License, Certifications & CEU reimbursements
  • Portable Short-term/Longterm
  • Disability Insurance 

Work Flexibility:

  • Flexible contract options
  • Full/Part Time Work, Per Diem
  • Housing, Meal and Travel Stipends
  • Rental Car Options

Best In Class and Communication:

  • On Day 1, you’ll get matched with your own dedicated support team that includes clinical support, payroll, and compliance experts, with ongoing assignment advocacy.

Why Should I Apply To Travel Nursing Assignments in Georgia With Trusted Nurse Staffing?

Trusted Nurse Staffing is more than just another travel nurse agency. On top of offering the highest pay in the industry, we back our nurses with customized benefits, retirement plans, license reimbursements, and more, and we also give our nurses unparalleled support throughout the entire process.

Our team is accessible 24/7 because we know nurses require support while on the road. We will be available to field any questions or assist you in solving any problems you may have throughout your entire travel nursing journey.

You can depend on the team at Trusted Nurse Staffing — we’re here for you every step along the way.

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Georgia is rich in history and brimming full of attractions, historical venues, activities and with a four-season climate accompanying a reputation for the highest degree of Southern hospitality. Georgia travel nursing offers something for every Registered Nurse. Many travel nursing RNs travel to Savannah, one of the largest historic districts in the United States or beautiful Atlanta; home to the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Inside CNN Studio Tours, The World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta’s Botanical Garden, High Museum of Art, the Georgia Aquarium, The Atlanta History Center and Zoo Atlanta.

Georgia travel nursing is rich in state parks offering the travel RN endless variety of recreational opportunities, including biking, hiking, boating, water sports, miniature golf, and tennis, volleyball, camping, off road vehicles, picnicking, and children’s playgrounds. While on assignment in Georgia, take in one of the many sports events from collegiate to professional: NFL, NBA, or NHL.

Coastal Georgia is home to beautiful historical beaches. Explore, enjoy, and even stay overnight at some of Georgia’s barrier islands; Sea Island, a world-class resort island. Cumberland Island, nature and peace preserved at its best. Jekyll Island was once the winter playground for many of our histories’ rich and famous. Sea Island and St. Simon’s Island both offer their own unique ambiance.

Georgia travel nursing is where history eloquently resonates into present day and is certain to be a favorite RN travel nursing assignment destination.

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Where are the travel nursing jobs in Georgia?

Registered Nurses are needed for travel nursing assignments throughout Georgia.  Below is an example of available Georgia travel nursing jobs:

Albany, GA Travel Nursing Jobs

Cardiac nursing – CVOR, CVICU, Pre & Post Open Heart Cardiac catheter laboratory nursing – Cardiac Cath Lab Critical care nursing – CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU Emergency nursing – ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage Pediatric nursing – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Dialysis nursing Operating Room Nurse – OR RN PACU Telemetry- TELE RN Medical Surgical – Med Surg RN, MS Direct Observation Unit – DOU & Step Down

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Atlanta, GA  Travel Nursing Jobs

Hematology Oncology Nursing Critical Care RN – SICU, CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU Nursing Management Rehabilitation Nurse– Rehab RN Cardiac Nursing – CVOR, CVICU, Pre & Post Open Heart Cardiac Catheter Laboratory – Cardiac Cath Lab Electrophysiology Lab, EP Lab Nurse Traveling Emergency Room RN – ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage, Flight Nurse Medical Surgical – Med Surg RN, MS Telemetry – Tele Utilization Review RN Obstetrics Gynecology – OB/GYN, L&D, LDRP, Mother Baby, Newborn Nursery Operating Room Nurse – OR, CVOR, General Post Anesthesia Care Unit- PACU Oncology – Chemo Cert Orthopaedic Nursing – Ortho Direct Observation Unit, DOU & Step Down Progressive Care Unit – PCU Surgical Nursing – Plastic, Cardiac, Same day, Ambulatory, General OR RN Pediatric Nurse – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Perianesthesia PACU Perioperative RN Plastic, Reconstructive Surgical RN Psychiatric Nurse, Mental Health Nursing – Mental Health, Psych RN Dialysis RN

Augusta, GA  Travel Nursing Jobs

Cardiac Nursing – CVOR, CVICU, Pre & Post Open Heart Cardiac Catheter Laboratory Nursing – Cardiac Cath Lab EP Lab Nursing Critical Care Nursing – CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU, SICU Emergency Room Nursing – ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage, Flight Oncology Nursing – Chemo Certified RN Operating Room Nurse – OR, CVOR Nursing Orthopaedic Nursing – Ortho Pain Management and Palliative Care Nursing Pediatric Nursing – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Perianesthesia Nursing Perioperative Nursing Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nursing Psychiatric, Mental Health Nursing – Mental Health, Psych Nurse Pulmonary Nursing Quality Improvement Rehabilitation Nursing – Rehab Direct Observation Unit, DOU, Step Down Progressive Care Unit – PCU RN Travel

Columbus, GA  Travel Nursing Jobs

Cardiac Nursing – CVOR, CVICU, Pre & Post Open Heart Cardiac Catheter Laboratory  – Cardiac Cath Lab RN Critical Care RN – CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU, SICU Emergency Nursing – Flight Nurse, ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage Pediatric RN – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Operating Room Nurse – OR RN Telemetry- TELE RN Medical Surgical – Med Surg RN, MS Direct Observation Unit – DOU & Step Down Perianesthesia Registered Nurse Perioperative Nursing Post Anesthesia Unit – PACU RN Progressive Care Unit – PCU RN Travel Pulmonary Nursing

Macon, GA  Travel Nursing Jobs

Cardiac Nursing – CVOR, CVICU, Pre & Post Open Heart Cardiac Catheter Laboratory  – Cardiac Cath Lab RN, EP Lab Case Management – CM RN Critical Care RN – CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU, SICU Emergency Nursing – Flight Nurse, ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage Pediatric RN – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Perianesthesia Registered Nurse Perioperative Nursing Post Anesthesia Unit-PACU RN Progressive Care Unit – PCU RN Travel Pulmonary Nursing Radiology RN Rehabilitation Nurse Travel – Rehab RN Telemetry- TELE RN Medical Surgical – Med Surg RN, MS Direct Observation Unit – DOU & Step Down Electrophysiology Lab, EP Lab Nurse Traveling

Savannah, GA  Travel Nursing Jobs

Cardiac Catheter Laboratory Nurse – Cardiac Cath Lab RN Electrophysiology Lab, EP Lab Nurse Traveling Critical Care RN Traveler – CCU, ICU, CVICU, NICU, PICU, MICU, SICU Emergency Room Nursing – ER, Emergency Department, Trauma, Triage, Flight Nurse Oncology – Chemo Cert Electrophysiology Lab, EP Lab Nurse Traveling Operating Room Nurse – OR RN Orthopaedic Nursing – Ortho Pediatric Travel Nursing – Peds, Pediatric Oncology, PICU Perianesthesia Nurse Traveling PACU Psychiatric Nurse, Mental Health Travel Nursing – Mental Health, Psych RN Pulmonary Nurse Traveler Radiology Nursing Rehabilitation – Rehab RN Telemetry- TELE Nurse Medical Surgical – Med Surg RN, MS Direct Observation Unit – DOU & Step Down Neonatal Nursing – Newborn Nursery, NICU Obstetrics Gynecology – OB/GYN, L&D, Mother Baby, Newborn Nursery, LDRP Neuro Surgical RN Travel

Other cities in Georgia in need of travel nurses are: Adel, Alma, Americus, Athens, Austell, Bainbridge, Brunswick, Colquitt, Commerce, Cordele, Dallas, Dalton, Decatur, Dublin, Fort Oglethorpe, Gainesville, Kennesaw, La Grange, Lawrenceville, Marietta, Nashville, Newnan, Riverdale, Rome, Roswell, Royston, Snellville, Springfield, Statesboro, Stockbridge, Thomasville, Tifton, Valdosta, Warner Robins, Waycross.

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Travel Nursing in Georgia | Top Paying Specialties & Cities 2023

Georgia is well-known for its delicious peaches and southern hospitality. But the state also has so many other incredible attributes that draw travel nurses from across the country.

Georgia has a moderate climate year-round with mild winters, warm summers, a variety of gorgeous flower blossoms in the spring, and earthy autumns. For those who love the great outdoors, Georgia is a natural fit. Popular Georgia outdoor activities include hiking the Appalachian Trail, whitewater rafting on the Chattahoochee River, or spending time on the beautiful Atlantic coastline.

Fortunately, the demand for travel nurses in Georgia is high! ZipRecruiter reports that the average travel nurse salary in Georgia is $92,278 annually or $44.36/hr.

If you are ready to explore the great state of Georgia for travel contracts, keep reading for more information!

Looking for travel nurse assignments in Georgia? Speak with a recruiter today!

How Much Do Travel Nurses Make In Georgia?

This is a big perk and part of why you’re considering travel nursing in Georgia, right? So how much can you expect to bring home if you take a travel nursing job in Georgia? Well, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), nurses in Georgia earn an average annual salary of $75,380, which is slightly lower than the national average of $77,600.

Indeed.com reports an average base salary of $2,214 per week, or $51.85/hr, with weekly salaries ranging between $1,551 and $3,159. Top-paying cities in Georgia include Cumming, Canton, Milledgeville, Gainesville, and Savannah.

Highest-paying specialties in Georgia

Travel nurse income can vary wildly depending on several factors including:

  • City (urban areas tend to pay more than rural areas)
  • Years of experience
  • Type of healthcare facility
  • Education (some facilities may pay more for BSN-trained nurses)

Travel nurses can find consistent nursing assignments across the state of Georgia, no matter the season. However, it is important to mention that no matter what specialty you work in, the highest-paying travel nurses tend to work in Atlanta. This is because Atlanta is where the largest and top hospitals in the state are located. They also tend to have more travel assignments available because of the size of the hospitals.

According to ZipRecruiter , the highest-paying travel nursing specialties in the state of Georgia include:

  • Telemetry Travel Nurse : $131,882 annually or $63.40/hr
  • Operating Room Travel Nurse : $129,720 annually or $62.37/hr
  • Oncology Travel Nurse : $120,300 annually or $57.84/hr
  • Medical Surgical Travel Nurse : $119,753 annually or $57.57/hr
  • Operating Room Travel : $118,732 annually or $57.08/hr

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Top 5 Hospitals in Georgia

Georgia has 172 hospitals across the state. Of those, 13 meet U.S. News and World Report’s high standard qualifications. Here are the top five hospitals in the Peach State.

1. Emory University Hospital – Emory University Hospital is one of the nation’s leading hospitals in cardiology and heart surgery, neurology, cancer, and other specialties. The university is also a Magnet-designated hospital.

  • Location: Atlanta
  • Regionally Ranked #1 in Georgia & #1 in Atlanta
  • #24 Neurology and Neurosurgery
  • #37 Urology 
  • #40 Geriatrics
  • #41 Diabetes and Endocrinology
  • Colon Cancer Surgery
  • Hip Fracture
  • Back Surgery (Spinal Fusion)
  • Hip Replacement
  • Knee Replacement
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Lung Cancer Surgery
  • Cardiology & Heart Surgery: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Repair, Heart Attack, Aortic Valve Surgery, Heart Bypass Surgery, Heart Failure
  • Nephrology: Kidney Failure
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology: Ovarian Cancer Surgery, Uterine Cancer Surgery

2. Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital – Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta’s first faith-based and longest-serving hospital over the last 140 years.

  • Regionally Ranked #2 in Georgia & #2 in Atlanta
  • Nationally Ranked: Not Ranked in Any Specialty
  • Prostate Cancer Surgery
  • Back Surgery 
  • Cardiology and Heart Surgery: AAA Repair, Heart Attack, Aortic Value Surgery, Heart Bypass Surgery, Heart Failure, and Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
  • Orthopedics: Back Surgery (Spinal Fusion)
  • Neurology & Neurosurgery: Stroke
  • Urology: Prostate Cancer Surgery

3. Northside Hospital Atlanta – Northside Hospital in Atlanta opened as a smaller hospital in 1970 and has now expanded to 621 beds and more than 12,000 employees.

  • Regionally Ranked: #3 in Georgia & #3 in Atlanta
  • Nationally Ranked: 1 Specialty
  • Ovarian Cancer Surgery
  • Uterine Cancer Surgery
  • Cardiology: AAA Repair, Heart Attack, Heart Failure
  • GI Surgery: Colon Cancer Surgery
  • Neurology and Neurosurgery: Spinal Fusion
  • Orthopedics: Hip Fracture, Back Surgery, and Hip and Knee Replacement
  • Pulmonology & Lung Surgery: COPD, Lung Cancer Surgery, Pneumonia

4. Piedmont Atlanta Hospital – Located in Buckhead, Piedmont Atlanta Hospital is a private and not-for-profit hospital and a top-acute community hospital in metro Atlanta with 643 beds.

  • Regionally Ranked: #4 in Georgia & # 4 in Atlanta
  • Heart Attack 
  • Aortic Valve Surgery
  • Heart Bypass Surgery
  • Heart Failure
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Cancer: Colon, Lung, and Prostate Surgery
  • Diabetes and Endocrinology: Diabetes
  • Orthopedics: Hip and Knee Replacement
  • Pulmonology & Lung Surgery: COPD, Lung Cancer Surgery and Pneumonia

5. Emory University Hospital Midtown – Formerly known as Emory Crawford Long Hospital, Emory University Midtown is a 531-bed hospital that offers high-level medical care across 28 specialties.

  • Regionally Ranked #5 in Georgia and #5 in Atlanta
  • High Performing: 2 Specialties
  • #30 Ear, Nose, & Throat
  • Cancer: Colon and Lung Cancer
  • Cardiology & Heart Surgery: Heart Attack, Aortic Valve Surgery, Heart Bypass Surgery, Heart Failure, TAVR
  • Diabetes & Endocrinology: Diabetes
  • Pulmonary & Lung Surgery: COPD, Lung Cancer Surgery, Pneumonia

Cost of Living for Travel Nurses in Georgia

Cost of living refers to the cost of maintaining a specific standard of living across different geographical areas and is an important factor to consider when planning your next travel assignment.

Fortunately, according to BestPlaces.net , the average cost of living in Georgia is less than the US average, with a cost of living rate of 94.5. A rating greater than 100 means that the location in question is more expensive than the national average. Keep in mind that this average includes the entire state.

Payscale reports that the overall cost of living in the city of Atlanta is 5% higher than the national average, with housing costing 12% more than the national average. The higher cost of living in Atlanta is because it is a populated urban area and the largest city in the state. Most areas across Georgia are more suburban or urban and have a lower cost of living.

If you take a travel assignment in Georgia but outside of Atlanta, BestPlaces.net reports a lower cost of living across the board, including grocery bills, healthcare, and median home cost. However, Georgia as a whole has a slightly higher cost for some other living expenses, such as utilities and transportation.

Pros & Cons of Travel Nursing in Georgia

Before deciding on a travel assignment in any location, it is wise to take a look at some of the positive and negative aspects so that you are clear about what you are getting yourself into. Everyone has different priorities. Just because one travel nurse enjoyed their experience at one hospital or city does not mean that every other nurse will feel the same.

Take inventory of what you value most in a travel assignment. You can take a look at some of the pros and cons of travel nursing in Georgia to see if it’s the right choice for you.

Pros of Travel Nursing in Georgia

1. There is an abundance of travel assignments – According to the Georgia Hospital Association , travel nurses make up as much as 60% or more of staff across all of the hospitals in the state.

2. Georgia has mild winters – For travel nurses who don’t want to have to deal with snowstorms and long, cold winters, Georgia may be the perfect spot. Temperatures in GA rarely go below freezing, and the weather is typically mild throughout the year.

3. The state has great sports teams – If spending time watching sports is important to you, you’ll be happy to know that Georgia has a number of fan-favorite sports teams including:

  • The Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
  • The Atlanta Braves (MLB)
  • The Atlanta Hawks (NBA)

4. Lower cost of living than most US states – If your goal as a travel nurse is to find inexpensive housing and save money during your assignment, Georgia may be a great fit!

5. Georgia offers excellent outdoor adventure for people who love to spend time in nature – The state offers numerous hiking trails (including the Appalachian Trail), luscious green mountains, and beautiful beaches.

Cons of Travel Nursing in Georgia

1. There may be an overabundance of travel assignments – This is great news for travel nurses in terms of high opportunity. However, some travel nurses may wonder why the administration in these hospitals can’t hold onto their career nurses. Having so many travel nurses is not a good long-term financial, morale, or even in some cases, patient-care strategy.

2. Georgia has consistent humidity – Although the weather is relativity mild in Georgia, the air tends to be humid, making temperatures feel much hotter than they actually are. If Georgia is the place you want to be, ensure you keep a water bottle with you at all times in the summer to prevent dehydration.

3. Bad traffic in cities such as Atlanta – If sitting in traffic to get to the hospital isn’t your cup of tea, this is an important consideration. You may want to find housing close to your facility so you don’t spend hours a day sitting in a car while commuting to work.

4. Georgia has limited public transportation – Another reason to live close to your travel assignment, especially if you won’t have a car during your travels.

5. The south has longer allergy seasons – Southern states, including Georgia, have longer allergy seasons than the rest of the country, partly due to the region’s moderate weather and warmer winters. If allergies are an issue for you, Georgia may not be the right place for your next travel assignment.

Things To Do on Your Days Off

There are so many popular, fun, and unique things to do in the state of Georgia. Take a look at these popular activities:

  • Anna Ruby Falls Trail
  • Appalachian Trail
  • Tybee Island’s Beaches
  • Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
  • Okefenokee Swamp Park

Art and Music:

  • Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)
  • Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (ACAC)
  • Atlanta Shakespeare Company
  • Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA)
  • Savannah Music Festival
  • Fox Theatre
  • The Historic Savannah Theater
  • Morton Theater
  • Springer Opera House
  • Holly Theater

Why Georgia?

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Working in the Peach State gives travel nurses a taste of southern hospitality and charm they may not see in other areas of the country.

One of the best things about Georgia is that it has a little of just about everything. There are lush mountains, charming lakes, and 110 miles of beautiful Atlantic coastline all within driving distance. Georgia also has a thriving, diverse nightlife for travel nurses to meet people and have fun.

If you are looking to explore a new state known for its laid-back atmosphere and delicious foodie culture, a travel assignment in Georgia just might be an awesome experience for you!

Speak with a recruiter about available travel nursing assignments in Georgia!

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Emory Healthcare’s internal travel nursing team is a flexible program, allowing team members the ability to tailor work/life balance to fit their lifestyle. As an internal travel nurse, you’ll have choices that accommodate working when/where you want to work when/where you are needed most .

Options available include assignment to a unit in need at facilities of your choosing OR floating in a just-in-time fashion at any of 10 Emory Healthcare hospital locations around the metro-Atlanta area with commensurate compensation for the model selected.

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Find a role that fits your unique skillset. Roles include: 

  • RN – Emergency Services: Emergency Departments/CDU
  • RN – Critical Care: ICU/IMCU/LTAC
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Highlights:

  • Various RN opportunities
  • Customizable experience
  • Compensation for specializing in more than one area of clinical practice
  • 10 Emory Healthcare hospital locations around metro-Atlanta
  • Competitive hourly rates; compensation for Charge & Preceptor Duties
  • Permanent role; fully benefitted (see What’s In It For You below)
  • Professional Development Model & Career Advancement Program  

Who You Are

  • Highly adaptable, self-motivated, autonomous clinical professional capable of easily integrating into various team cultures & dynamics while providing excellent patient care and experience.
  • Flexible and comfortable with working in highly variable, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous staffing models while providing subject matter expertise in your clinical specialty area.
  • 2 + 1/2 years of recent, relevant experience in specialty area excluding time spent in residencies
  • Professional Licensure in Good Standing (no history of board actions)
  • BLS/ACLS/PALS/NRP/FHM (relevant to role)  

What's In It For You

  • Role tailored to cultivate some of the perks of Travel Nursing without leaving home
  • Health and wellness benefits including a variety of health insurance plans, wellness incentives, generous paid time off and extended illness leave.
  • Education benefits including an Employee Education Plan, tuition reimbursement program, and student loan repayment assistance.
  • Retirement benefits including a 403(b) program with 2% employer contribution and 100% match of the first 4% of contributions.
  • Robust Total Rewards Package including PTO; rewards/recognition points/ competitive compensation, etc.
  • Family-focused benefits like adoption assistance, infertility coverage, and emergency dependent backup care.
  • Learn more about our benefits at Emory Healthcare.

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  • Apply on the Emory Healthcare Employee Opportunities site. Minimum requirements are outlined on the application.
  • PLAN is HIGHLY encouraged and preferred by not required upon entry.
  • Professional Certification: Preference to candidates that have it, but not required upon entry. Required within 1 year of hire.

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  • They range from 2 weeks to 3 months and evaluated based on the needs of the organization.
  • Shifts are scheduled in collaboration with the leader of the unit where the contract is based.
  • Weekend and holiday commitments: Holiday grouping rotation and weekends are based on full-time or part-time status.
  • Of course! As a fully benefitted EHC employee, you can use your PTO to take breaks between assignments.
  • Active-duty deployment and rest/recuperation cycles to promote resilience.

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Are you interested in a financially rewarding nursing career that offers the flexibility to take short-term assignments across the country and abroad? The nursing shortage has increased the demand for travel nurses in every type of healthcare setting, often in underserved communities in both urban and rural locations. Employers offer higher pay and more generous benefits to travel nurses with certain specialties, such as ICU or neonatal nursing, or those holding advanced practice registered nursing licenses.

Keep reading to learn how to become a travel nurse, what kind of license and certifications you need to enter the field, and what to expect on the job.

How Long to Become 2-4 years

Degree Required ADN or BSN

Average Annual Salary $83,386

Source: Payscale , May 2024

What Is a Travel Nurse?

A travel nurse is a skilled nursing professional willing to take short-term assignments locally, across the U.S., and even internationally . These assignments can last from a few weeks to several months. Instead of seeking permanent positions in healthcare facilities, these nursing professionals find temporary placements using the services of staffing agencies that specialize in travel nursing. Travel nurse contracts outline the start and end dates for the placement, total compensation for the duration of the assignment, and work expectations.

The demand for registered nurses has increased throughout the healthcare industry, along with critical nursing shortages in some geographic locations and in high-demand specializations. Travel nurses have stepped in to fill these gaps. According to data compiled by Zippia , there are 1,733,502 traveling nurses currently employed in the United States. For comparison’s sake, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that as of 2023 there were about 3.2 million registered nurses (RN) employed in the U.S.

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Steps to Becoming a Travel Nurse

A travel nurse must meet the same educational and clinical requirements as all registered nurses (RNs). You must first earn an associate degree in nursing (ADN) or a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). According to the Zippia data, 47% of travel nurses have a BSN degree, more than any other degree type.

Once you earn your degree, you need to pass the NCLEX-RN exam and acquire your state nursing license. Because employers expect travel nurses to immediately begin working, travel nurse staffing agencies typically look for applicants with at least one year of clinical experience. Specializations and certifications can give you an advantage.

Earn an ADN or BSN Degree From an Accredited Program.

Travel nurses must earn an ADN or a BSN to qualify for RN licensure. An ADN offers the fastest pathway to an RN nursing career. However, a BSN, which typically takes four years to complete, provides graduates with a higher level of training and clinical experience, leading to broader employment opportunities. The major travel nurse staffing agencies and large healthcare systems prefer to hire RNs with a BSN degree.

Pass the NCLEX Exam to Receive RN Licensure.

You need to pass the National Council Licensure Exam for RNs (NCLEX-RN) to earn an RN license. This computer-adaptive test takes up to six hours and covers nursing practice, conditions and treatments, how the healthcare system works, legal and ethical issues, and patient communication and education.

Gain Clinical Nursing Experience.

The more clinical experience you have, the more likely you will find a placement. Most agencies only consider applicants with a minimum of one year of experience. However, some healthcare contracts require two years or more of clinical experience. Travel nurses must have the skills and background to jump into assignments without on-the-job training or orientations, adjusting to new environments, staff, and procedures.

Find a Travel Nursing Agency.

Nurse staffing agencies have grown in popularity, filling the nursing shortage gap resulting from RNs who retire or leave the workforce. Consequently, many agencies have emerged that specialize in travel nurse staffing. Travel nurse agencies advertise for specific positions, often recruiting at nursing school career offices, professional associations, and online. Before working with a travel nurse agency, it is important to research its reputation. When evaluating agencies, you should compare if the contracts they offer meet your expectations about available locations, types of assignments, salary and benefits, and travel and housing arrangements.

Begin Your First Travel Nursing Assignment.

Because travel nurses work in multiple settings with varied patient populations , duties and responsibilities differ for each new assignment. In most cases, you will receive little on-the-job training. Depending on the employer, your first shift may begin with a full orientation or just a brief introduction to the facility’s procedures and policies. You may be paired with a nurse for your first few days, but then you will be expected to work independently soon after.

While some travel staffing agencies handle housing arrangements to help you settle into your new environment, you may decide to find your own accommodations to save on living expenses.

Travel Nurse Education

Different employers and positions have different travel nurse requirements. Generally, it takes at least two years to earn an ADN, the minimum requirement to become an RN.

Most travel nurse positions require a BSN, but some nurses start with an ADN, which takes two years to complete rather than the four years required for a BSN. Many BSN programs offer RN-to-BSN bridge programs .

Admission Materials

Program curriculum, time to complete, skills learned.

All travel nurses must be licensed RNs by earning an undergraduate nursing degree, either a BSN or an ADN, and passing the NCLEX-RN examination. However, many employers require or strongly prefer a BSN.

Travel Nurse Licensure

If you plan on becoming a travel nurse, you must have a valid nursing license in the state where you intend to practice. If the state where you earned your initial RN license participates in the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), you do not need to apply for another license to work in any other NLC state. However, not all states are NLC members . If your intended travel nurse assignment is located in a non-NLC state, you must apply for a license in that specific state before starting your contract. Some states have expedited processes for temporary licenses, and certain staffing agencies can assist you with the application process.

Maintaining an active license as a travel nurse is no different than for other RNs. You need to renew your RN license periodically, meeting the specific requirements for contact hours and continuing education units in your home state. If you are working in a non-NLC state, you must meet the renewal requirements for that jurisdiction.

Travel Nursing Certification and Specialization

RNs often choose to earn specialty nurse certifications in a variety of areas, including emergency care, pediatrics, obstetrics, and infection control. While earning a certification may not be required for a certain position, a specialization helps distinguish you from other job applicants and may boost your salary.

According to a 2019 travel nurse compensation report , the demand for travel nurses is highest for those with specializations in ICU, medical-surgical, operating room, and emergency room nursing. ICU nurses, the most in-demand travel nurse specialty, accounts for 16.5% of all travel nurses. Healthcare employers and staffing agencies often look for travel nurses with specialties in particular patient populations, including neonatal nursing and pediatrics, or those with experience in specific types of services, such as emergency and critical care nursing.

Working as a Travel Nurse

Travel nurses fill temporary assignments wherever nurses are needed. They may find placements in hospitals and clinics facing nursing shortages, community health facilities, and healthcare organizations in the U.S. and abroad that must respond to public health crises, disease outbreaks, and other medical emergencies. The average travel nurse contract lasts between 13 and 26 weeks, but hours and shifts vary widely depending on the assignment.

Travel nurse salaries also vary by setting, location, and specialization. According to Vivian , a major healthcare hiring service, the average weekly pay for travel nurses is $2,104 or $44.79 an hour, compared to $42.80 per hour for RNs overall, according to BLS data . However, earnings can range from $458 weekly for the lowest-paid travel nurses to $6,419 for the top earners, and some travel nurses may be given a housing/relocation stipend.

Although working as a travel nurse has many benefits, there are some potential downsides. Travel nurses may be required to complete onboarding for each new contract they begin, even if they have already previously worked at a facility. This process can require time-consuming steps, such as providing proof of vaccination, fingerprinting, and documentation of your medical history, which can delay your start date.

Some travel nurses have difficulty finding affordable housing options for the duration of their contract. You can review a travel agency’s benefits to determine if they may provide assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions About Becoming a Travel Nurse

Do travel nurses get benefits.

In addition to the attractive salaries, some travel nurse placements offer benefits. These may include medical and dental coverage, 401K contributions, sign-on bonuses, and stipends for housing, travel and per-diem living expenses.

Can travel nurses choose where they work?

One of the major perks of working as a travel nurse is the flexibility to choose when and where to work. However, your ability to choose your placement depends on the demand for your particular specialty or the number of available positions in the location where you want to work.

What is the best degree to become a travel nurse?

Many staffing agencies prefer to hire travel nurses who have completed a bachelor of science in nursing. A BSN equips nurses with a solid foundation of nursing knowledge and skills. This can prepare them for a travel nursing role, where they may need to transition between healthcare facilities and effectively adapt to diverse patient populations and settings.

How do I find a travel nurse staffing agency?

Travel nurse staffing agencies may recruit at nursing schools, through referrals, or through advertisements for specific positions or general placements. You can also look online for travel nurse staffing agencies or discover agencies through networking. Be sure to double check references and the agency’s reputation.

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The 2024 DI men's baseball tournament began with regionals on May 31 and will conclude in Omaha, Nebraska from June 22-23/24. North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, NC State, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Tennessee and Florida State won their respective Super Regionals, advancing to the Men's College World Series. These eight teams will compete in Omaha from June 14-23/24. Tournament selections were made  on Monday, May 27.

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The 2023 Men's College World Series came to a close when LSU routed Florida 18-4 in the decisive game of the finals to win its seventh national championship.

The complete NCAA regional, Super Regional, 2024 Men's College World Series schedules and results are below. 

  • Selection show: Monday, May 27 at Noon ET | ESPN2/ESPNU
  • Regionals: Friday-Monday,   May 31-June 3
  • Super Regionals: Friday-Monday, June 7-10
  • First day of MCWS games:  Start   Friday, June 14
  • MCWS finals:  Saturday-Monday, June 22-23/24

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2024 Men's College World Series schedule 

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  • Game 1: North Carolina vs. Virginia, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 2:  Tennessee vs. Florida State, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 3: Kentucky vs. NC State, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 4:  Texas A&M vs. Florida, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 5: Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 6:  Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 7: Loser of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 8:  Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 9: TBD vs. TBD, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 10:  TBD vs. TBD, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 11: TBD vs. TBD, 2 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 12:  TBD vs. TBD, 7 p.m. | ESPN
  • Game 13 (if necessary): TBD vs. TBD, 2 p.m. | TBD
  • Game 14 (if necessary):  TBD vs. TBD, 7 p.m. | TBD
  • MCWS Final Game 1 : TBD vs. TBD, 7:30 p.m. | ESPN
  • MCWS Final Game 2 : TBD vs. TBD, 2 p.m. | ABC
  • MCWS Final Game 3 (if necessary) : TBD vs. TBD, 7 p.m. | ESPN

2024 DI baseball tournament super regionals schedule

Dates : Friday-Monday, June 7-10

All times in ET

Knoxville Super Regional

  • Game 1: (1) Tennessee 11,  Evansville 6 
  • Game 2: Evansville 10,  (1) Tennessee 8
  • Game 3: (1) Tennessee 12, Evansville 1
  • 🏆  Tennessee advances to the MCWS

Tallahassee Super Regional

  • Game 1: (8) Florida State 24, UConn 4
  • Game 2: (8) Florida State 10 , UConn 8 (12 innings)
  • 🏆  Florida State advances to the MCWS

Charlottesville Super Regional

  • Game 1: (12) Virginia 7 , Kansas State 4
  • Game 2: (12) Virginia 10 , Kansas State 4
  • 🏆 Virginia advances to the MCWS

Chapel Hill Super Regional

  • Game 1: (4) North Carolina 8, West Virginia 6
  • Game 2:   (4) North Carolina 2, West Virginia 1
  • 🏆 North Carolina  advances to the MCWS

Lexington Super Regional

  • Game 1: (2) Kentucky 10,  Oregon State 0
  • Game 2: (2) Kentucky 3, Oregon State 2
  • 🏆 Kentucky  advances to the MCWS

Athens Super Regional

  • Game 1: (10) NC State 18 , (7) Georgia 1
  • Game 2: (7) Georgia 11, (10) NC State 2
  • Game 3: (10) NC State 8,  (7) Georgia 4
  • 🏆 NC State  advances to the MCWS

Clemson Super Regional

  • Game 1: Florida 10 , (6) Clemson 7
  • Game 2: Florida 11,  (6) Clemson 10
  • 🏆 Florida advances to the MCWS

Bryan-College Station Super Regional

  • Game 1: (3) Texas A&M 10 , Oregon 6
  • Game 2: (3) Texas A&M 15, Oregon 9
  • 🏆 Texas A&M advances to the MCWS

2024 DI baseball tournament regionals schedule

Here are the regional schedules for Friday, May 31 through Monday, June 3:

Knoxville Regional

  • Game 1: Indiana 10, Southern Miss 4
  • Game 2:  Tennessee 9, Northern Kentucky 3
  • Game 3: Southern Miss 6, Northern Kentucky 0
  • Game 4:  Tennessee 12,  Indiana 6 
  • Game 5:  Southern Miss 15,  Indiana 3  
  • Game 6:  Tennessee 12,  Southern Miss 3

🏆 Tennessee advances

Lexington Regional

  • Game 1 : Kentucky 10, Western Michigan 8 
  • Game 2:  Illinois 4,  Indiana State 1
  • Game 3:  Indiana State 6 , Western Michigan 4
  • Game 4:  Kentucky 6,  Illinois 1
  • Game 5:   Indiana State 13,  Illinois 2 
  • Game 6:  Kentucky 5,  Indiana State 0

🏆 Kentucky advances

Bryan-College Station Regional

  • Game 1:   Texas A&M 8, Grambling 0 
  • Game 2:  Texas 12,  Louisiana 5
  • Game 3:  Louisiana 12,  Grambling 5 
  • Game 4:  Texas A&M 4, Texas 2
  • Game 5 : Louisiana 10, Texas 2
  • Game 6:   Texas A&M 9,  Louisiana 4

🏆 Texas A&M advances

Chapel Hill Regional

  • Game 1: LSU 4, Wofford 3
  • Game 2: North Carolina 11, LIU 8
  • Game 3:  Wofford 5 , LIU 2
  • Game 4:  North Carolina 6,  LSU 2
  • Game 5:  LSU 13, Wofford 6 
  • Game 6:  LSU 8, North Carolina 4
  • Game 7:   North Carolina 4,  LSU 3  (10 inn)

🏆 North Carolina advances

Fayetteville Regional

  • Game 1:  Arkansas 17, Southeast Missouri 9 
  • Game 2:  Kansas State 19 , Louisiana Tech 4 
  • Game 3:  Southeast Missouri 9, Louisiana Tech 3
  • Game 4:  Kansas State 7, Arkansas 6
  • Game 5: Southeast Missouri 6. Arkansas 3
  • Game 6:   Kansas State 7,  Southeast Missouri 2

🏆 Kansas State advances

Clemson Regional

  • Game 1: Coastal Carolina 13, Vanderbilt 3
  • Game 2:  Clemson 4, High Point 3
  • Game 3:  High Point 10 , Vanderbilt 9
  • Game 4:  Clemson 4, Coastal Carolina 3
  • Game 5:  Coastal Carolina 6, High Point 5
  • Game 6:  Clemson 12,  Coastal Carolina 5

🏆 Clemson advances

Athens Regional

  • Game 1: Georgia 8, Army 7
  • Game 2:  UNC Willmington 9, Georgia Tech 0
  • Game 3:  Georgia Tech 4 , Army 2
  • Game 4:  Georgia 11,  UNC Wilmington 2
  • Game 5: Georgia Tech 3, UNC Wilmington 1
  • Game 6:  Georgia 8,  Georgia Tech 6  (10 Inn.)

🏆 Georgia advances

Tallahassee Regional

  • Game 1: Florida State 7, Stetson 2
  • Game 2:  UCF 8,  Alabama 7
  • Game 3:  Stetson 4, Alabama  0
  • Game 4:  Florida State 5, UCF 2
  • Game 5:  UCF 5, Stetson 2 
  • Game 6:  Florida State 12,  UCF 4

🏆 Florida State advances

Norman Regional

  • Game 1: UConn 4, Duke 1
  • Game 2:   Oklahoma 14, Oral Roberts 0 
  • Game 3:  Duke 6,  Oral Roberts 2
  • Game 4:  UConn 4, Oklahoma 1
  • Game 5: Oklahoma 4, Duke 3
  • Game 6:  Oklahoma 6, UConn 4
  • Game 7:  UConn 7,  Oklahoma 1

🏆 UConn advances

Raleigh Regional

  • Game 1:   South Carolina 8,  James Madison 7  
  • Game 2:   NC State 9, Bryant 2 
  • Game 3: James Madison 8 , Bryant 1
  • Game 4:  NC State 6,  South Carolina 4
  • Game 5:  James Madison 2,  South Carolina 0 
  • Game 6:  NC State 5,  James Madison 3

🏆 NC State advances

Stillwater Regional

  • Game 1:  Florida 5,  Nebraska 2 
  • Game 2:  Oklahoma State 19, Niagra 7
  • Game 3:  Nebraska 7,  Niagara 5
  • Game 4:  Oklahoma State 7,  Florida 1
  • Game 5 : Florida 17, Nebraska 11
  • Game 6:  Florida 5, Oklahoma State 2
  • Game 7:   Florida 4, Oklahoma State 2

🏆 Florida advances

Charlottesville Regional

  • Game 1: Virginia 4, Penn 2
  • Game 2:  Mississippi State 5, St. John’s 2 
  • Game 3:   St. John's 10,  Penn 9
  • Game 4:  Virginia 5,  Mississippi State 4
  • Game 5:  Mississippi State 13, St. John's 5
  • Game 6:   Virginia 9,  Mississippi State 2

🏆 Virginia advances

Tucson Regional

  • Game 1: West Virginia 4,  DBU 1
  • Game 2:  Grand Canyon 9,  Arizona 4
  • Game 3:  DBU 7,  Arizona  0
  • Game 4:  West Virginia 5, Grand Canyon 2
  • Game 5 : Grand Canyon 12, DBU 10 
  • Game 6:  West Virginia 10,  Grand Canyon 6

🏆 West Virginia advances

Santa Barbara Regional

  • Game 1:  Oregon 5,  San Diego 4
  • Game 2:  UC Santa Barbara 9, Fresno State 6
  • Game 3:  San Diego 7,  Fresno State 5
  • Game 4:   Oregon 2,  UC Santa Barbara 0
  • Game 5 : UC Santa Barbara 4, San Diego 2
  • Game 6:  Oregon 3,  UC Santa Barbara 0

🏆 Oregon advances

Corvallis Regional

  • Game 1:  UC Irvine 13, Nicholls 12 
  • Game 2:   Oregon State 10, Tulane 4 
  • Game 3:  Tulane 3, Nicholls 0
  • Game 4:  Oregon State 5, UC Irvine 3
  • Game 5 : UC Irvine 17, Tulane 7
  • Game 6 : Oregon State 11, UC Irvine 6

🏆 Oregon State advances

Greenville Regional

  • Game 1: Evansville 4, East Carolina 1
  • Game 2:  VCU 1,  Wake Forest 0 
  • Game 3: East Carolina 7 , Wake Forest 6
  • Game 4:  Evansville 17,  VCU 11
  • Game 5: East Carolina 10, VCU 7
  • Game 6:   East Carolina 19, Evansville 6
  • Game 7: Evansville 6,  East Carolina 5

🏆 Evansville advances

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MCWS HISTORY:  Winningest coaches  |  Most titles  |  Most appearances   |  Conferences most represented

Here is more on how the tournament works:

What is the difference between the Division I baseball tournament and the College World Series?

The NCAA Division I baseball tournament is a 64-team tournament that starts in May. After two rounds of play (which each consist of multiple games), there are just eight teams left. These eight teams then head to Omaha, Neb. for the College World Series. The CWS is the culmination of the DI tournament, where the teams compete in two brackets, with the winners of each meeting in the CWS finals, a best-of-three series to decide the NCAA champion.

When did the College World Series start?

The first-ever NCAA Division I baseball tournament was in 1947, and would barely be recognized as the same tournament nowadays. The 1947 tournament featured just eight teams, which were divided into two four-team, single-elimination brackets. The two winners — California and Yale — then met in a best-of-three final in Kalamazoo, Michigan. California would go undefeated through the inaugural CWS and beat Yale to capture the first title.

How are teams selected for the NCAA Division I baseball tournament?

Since 1954, the NCAA Division I baseball tournament field has been split into two qualifying groups: The automatic berths, and the at-large selections. Since 2014, that in a typical year split sees 31 conference champions receive automatic berths, and 33 teams receive at-large bids, decided by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. 

Men's College World Series champs since 1947

California defeated Yale in the first-ever Men's College World Series, the first of two played in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Texas put itself on the map as the first back-to-back champions in winning the only MCWS ever played in Wichita, Kansas in 1949. The following season Texas won its second championship, opening Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha.

Here's a complete list of all the College World Series finals in the 73-year history of the event. Ole Miss won the 2022 Men's College World Series in two games over Oklahoma.

*Indicates undefeated teams in College World Series play.

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Not guilty plea for suspect in killing of nursing student found on University of Georgia campus

Jose Ibarra has pleaded not guilty to killing nursing student Laken Hope Riley, whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus. The case has become a flashpoint in the immigration debate because Ibarra entered the U.S. illegally in 2022.

Defense attorneys Kaitlyn Beck and John Donnelly present the not guilty plea for Jose Ibarra to sign during Ibarra's court appearance on Friday, May 31, 2024, in Athens, Ga. Ibarra is accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus. (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool)

Defense attorneys Kaitlyn Beck and John Donnelly present the not guilty plea for Jose Ibarra to sign during Ibarra’s court appearance on Friday, May 31, 2024, in Athens, Ga. Ibarra is accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus. (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool)

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Prosecuter Shelia Ross and Deborah Gonzalez sign the plea document as Jose Ibarra appears in court on Friday, May 31, 2024, in Athens, Ga. Ibarra, accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in her death. (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool)

FILE - A supporter holds a sign with a photo of Laken Riley before Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally Saturday, March 9, 2024, in Rome Ga. A man accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in her death. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart, file)

Prosecutor Shelia Ross listens to Judge Haggard during Jose Ibarra’s court appearance on Friday, May 31, 2024, in Athens, Ga. Ibarra, accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in her death. (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool)

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — A man accused of killing a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and other charges in her death.

A grand jury in early May returned an indictment charging Jose Ibarra, 26, with murder, aggravated assault, kidnapping and other crimes in the February killing of Laken Hope Riley. The 10-count indictment accuses Ibarra of hitting the 22-year-old Augusta University College of Nursing student in the head, asphyxiating her and pulling up her clothing with the intent to rape her.

Ibarra, dressed in a button-front shirt and dark slacks, was shackled and wearing a translation headset as he appeared in court alongside his lawyers, public defenders John Donnelly and Kaitlyn Beck. Several of Riley’s family members were present for the hearing.

Athens-Clarke County Superior Court Judge H. Patrick Haggard said he hopes to hold a trial in the fall.

The killing immediately became a flashpoint in the national debate over immigration because Ibarra, who is from Venezuela, entered the U.S. illegally in 2022 and was allowed to stay to pursue his immigration case. Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, blamed Riley’s death on President Joe Biden and his border policies.

FILE - In this 2010 file image from video courtesy of WMUR television of Manchester, N.H., Pamela Smart is shown during an interview at the corrections facility, in Bedford Hills, N.Y. Smart, who is serving life in prison for plotting with her teenage student to have her husband killed in 1990, accepted full responsibility for his death for the first time in a videotaped statement released Tuesday, June 11, 2024, as part of her latest sentence reduction request. (WMUR Television via AP, File)

Riley’s death gave traction to a Georgia bill requiring jailers to check the immigration status of people in their custody and to apply to help enforce federal immigration laws. When he signed the bill, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, said it “became one of our top priorities following the senseless death of Laken Riley at the hands of someone in this country illegally who had already been arrested even after crossing the border.”

Riley’s body was found Feb. 22 near running trails after a friend told police she had not returned from a morning run, and police have said her killing appeared to be a random attack. Ibarra was arrested the next day and has been held in the Athens-Clarke County Jail without bond since then.

The indictment charges Ibarra with one count of malice murder, three counts of felony murder and one count each of kidnapping, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, hindering an emergency telephone call, tampering with evidence and peeping Tom.

The indictment says Ibarra concealed a jacket and gloves, leading to the evidence tampering charge. It also says that on the day of Riley’s killing, Ibarra had peered into the window of an apartment in a university housing building, invading the privacy of a person whose name was redacted, which is the basis for the peeping Tom charge.

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