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Travel Nursing Jobs in Delaware

With miles of beautiful Atlantic Coast beaches and plenty of quaint coastal towns to explore, it's no surprise that Delaware attracts travel nurses from across the United States. RNs who are avid shoppers appreciate the lack of sales tax, which makes the state an ideal place to spend some of their hard-earned take-home pay, and Delaware has stores to fit every budget, from high-end boutiques to discount outlets. Delaware is also one of the more affordable regions in the Mid-Atlantic, making it a great destination for nurses hoping to keep expenses low.

Travel nursing through American Mobile can provide opportunities for adventurous professionals to explore new regions while bringing home competitive earnings. For nurses who want to visit this vibrant region, our extensive database of jobs includes assignments throughout Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic.

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This is Your Chance to Earn More than a Permanent RN in Delaware

In Delaware, an RN in a permanent full-time position makes an average salary of $73,180 annually, which is on par with the national average. That breaks down to $1,407 weekly, although salaries fluctuate widely between facilities in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan regions.

A travel nurse salary in Delaware can be $2,706 to $4,296 a week, although pay varies by location, specialty, and educational background. Travel RNs who accept a 13-week assignment can earn close to $55,848 for the duration of the job.

You Will Receive Premium Benefits

In addition to lucrative salaries, travel nurses working with American Mobile enjoy premium benefits and a wide array of professional and personal resources. The benefits package includes free private housing or a housing stipend, a retirement plan, and full health benefits that kick in on day one. Our travel nurses may also take advantage of referral and overtime bonuses, life insurance, free CEUs, and other exciting extras.

Our nurses also get the opportunity for professional growth by working with top doctors and cutting-edge facilities. Plus, they have access to exclusive jobs that are only available through American Mobile.


Delaware's Top Specialties

We have travel nursing jobs in Delaware for nearly all specialties, and new assignments open up daily. By partnering with American Mobile for your next travel position, you'll have access to the largest database of jobs in the nation.

Relish in the Delaware History

Delaware is a state of many moods, and travel nurses on assignment in this small Mid-Atlantic state should find plenty of activities to fill their days off. Sunny days are ideal for visiting the pristine dune-lined beaches or bird-watching at one of the state's many wildlife refuges. At mealtimes, RNs who enjoy sampling local cuisine should be sure to check out Delaware's cutting-edge fare, including water-to-table seafood and ghost pepper ice cream, which is available at The Ice Cream Store in Rehoboth Beach.

For those who prefer to go off the beaten path, Delaware also boasts a variety of unusual attractions such as Redbird Reef, where NYC's decommissioned subway cars enjoy a second life as an underwater marine life habitat. You can also check out oddities such as Delaware's Steampunk Treehouse or the Museum of Business History and Technology, which houses hundreds of historic typewriters.

If you're ready to hit the road as a travel nurse, American Mobile recruiters are ready to help you land the perfect job.

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