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Travel Nursing Jobs in Arkansas

RNs who enjoy fishing, hiking or exploring charming mountain towns may want to consider a travel nursing job in Arkansas. The state has a diverse landscape that's ripe for exploring, and outdoorsy nurses will find mountains, cave systems and natural hot springs that are perfect for soothing work-weary muscles.

Travel nurses may also be drawn to the affordable lifestyle of Arkansas. Its low cost of living gives RNs the chance to bank more of their take-home pay or splurge on adventures and experiences. American Mobile has available positions in locations throughout the state, including metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas.

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Earn More as an Arkansas Travel Nurse

RNs with permanent full-time positions in Arkansas make an average annual salary of $58,810 (or $1,131 weekly), although nurses with jobs in metropolitan areas tend to bring home more than those in more rural regions. Other variables that may affect earnings include specialty, level of experience and individual facility.

Travel nursing jobs in Arkansas may bring in significantly higher wages. Through American Mobile, an Arkansas travel nurse salary may be as high as $2,569 per week, depending on specialty and location. For nurses on eight-week assignments, that's as much as $20,552 over the course of the job.

American Mobile’s Benefits Can Add Value to Your Life

We aim to make the travel experience the best it can be for our nurses. We supply our travelers with the resources they need to succeed on every assignment so they can provide the best patient care. Our travel nurses have access to dedicated recruiters, 24/7 clinical support and mental health resources to support them during transitions.

In addition to a lucrative salary, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes full medical, dental and vision coverage, free private housing that may be tailored for RNs traveling with family and pets and bonuses for referrals and overtime. American Mobile travel nurses can also build their resumes and enhance their nursing skills through perks such as on-the-job training and free CEUs.

Arkansas' Top Specialties

We have opportunities for nurses with various certifications, and we receive new job openings daily. If you have specific needs or wants that aren't represented in our extensive database, just contact our recruitment team who can help you further!

Consider Arkansas for Your Next Assignment

Arkansas may not be the first state that comes to mind when you think of the south, but its raw beauty and low cost of living make it a great destination for travel nurses. If you enjoy heading outdoors on your days off, Arkansas has plenty to see. After all, there's a reason it's known as The Natural State. Almost every part of the state has areas that are ideal for birding and wildlife observation, and the Ozarks offer great opportunities for hiking and backpacking.

Foodies will appreciate the state's exciting craft beer scene and first-rate barbecue restaurants. If you enjoy a different type of local flavor, check out regional events, including duck-calling contests, watermelon festivals and makers' fairs. You can even dig for diamonds or go on a turkey shoot.

If you want an assignment that's off the beaten path, Arkansas may be the ideal travel nursing destination. Let our knowledgeable recruiters match you with the travel nurse job you've been searching for.

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