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Travel Nursing Jobs in Georgia

Known for its sweet peaches, Southern hospitality, and rich heritage, Georgia is a great destination for travel nurses looking to head south for the winter — or any other time. RNs on assignment in Georgia may also appreciate the state's overall affordability because the cost of living there falls below the national average.

Whether you're drawn to the bustle of an urban center such as Atlanta, or prefer the laid-back charm of Georgia's rural areas, we have travel nurse jobs throughout The Peach State. No matter what assignment you choose, it can bring opportunities to build your resume while enjoying the chance to explore an exciting area of the country.

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What's the Salary for Travel Nursing Jobs in Georgia? Earn up to $3,600/week

Permanent, full-time RNs in Georgia average $2,100 in weekly earnings, which adds up to $110,900 annually. The number falls squarely in line with the pay scale for registered nurses nationwide.

A travel nurse salary in Georgia with American Mobile, on the other hand, can be between $1,100 to $3,600 a week. For travel nurses in 13-week positions, that can mean a paycheck of $46,800 over the course of the assignment for certain specialties. 

For RNs in travel and permanent positions, a number of factors can influence pay, including years of on-the-job experience, area of specialty and the individual facility.

You and Your Family Can Embrace these Benefits

We provide partner facilities with the resources they need to deliver the highest quality patient care available. To do so, we offer an attractive benefits package that makes the transition to travel nursing seamless for RNs ready to hit the road.

Our nurses receive full health benefits, starting on day one, with multiple medical insurance plans to choose from, plus dental and vision. We offer free private housing or housing reimbursement and can tailor accommodations to suit nurses traveling with family or pets. American Mobile travel nurses may also benefit from referral bonuses, overtime incentives, 24/7 clinical support as well as other incentives.

Travel nursing can provide the opportunity to work with top doctors at world-class facilities, letting RNs build their resume and broaden their skill sets while enjoying the freedom to choose when and where to work.

Georgia Cities with Highest-Paying Travel Nurse Jobs

The average travel nurse jobs salary in Georgia was about $1,999 per week on January 1, 2024. Today, you can find jobs with a salary range between $1,094 to $3,194 per week. The cities with the highest paying jobs include:

In Georgia, there are a number of hospital facilities with nursing staff including: Northside Hospital and Heart Institute in Saint Petersburg, JFK North Campus in West Palm Beach, Aventura Hospital And Medical Center in Miami, Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, and WakeMed in Raleigh are well known in Georgia.

If you have a specific start date in mind, the soonest available in Georgia is Mar 4, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Home Health - Home Health role at $2,119 per week. The latest start date for an RN job is Mar 26, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Perioperative Nurse - Operating Room - OR role at $2,741 per week.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a travel nursing job in Georgia including 13 Weeks (7964 jobs), 12 Weeks (2115 jobs), and 7 Weeks (525 jobs).

Georgia's Top Specialties

Travel nursing jobs in Georgia are available in nearly every specialty, with new assignments coming in daily. Dedicated recruiters will work hard to connect you to the assignment of your dreams.

Georgia's Exclusive Travel Nurse Jobs

There are currently 143 exclusive American Mobile RN jobs in Georgia. You won't find these Registered Nurse jobs anywhere else. Start by scrolling through RN jobs based on average salary, contract duration, and shift types to find your perfect travel nurse job. You can earn between $1,434 - $3,194 a week and the average weekly salary for these exclusive RN jobs is $2,066. Apply for exclusive top paying traveling RN jobs in these popular Georgia cities:

Georgia has some of the best travel nurse job opportunities in the country, and we currently have 188 travel nurse jobs available.

Travel nurse jobs are currently available in cities like Atlanta, Braselton, Gainesville, Buford and Lithonia. Georgia hospitals and health care facilities are looking for all types of specialists including Telemetry (48 jobs), MS (43 jobs), ICU (23 jobs), PCU (20 jobs), CVOR (8 jobs) and more.

We have new travel nurse jobs posted daily, so be sure to Apply Now so our specialists can make sure you get first crack when a new job opens up. We make it as easy as possible for you to compare nursing jobs by allowing you to filter based on traveling nurse salary, shift type, location or duration to find the right job for you.

With great things to do, people to meet and places to see, Georgia is a popular place for travel jobs! Also be sure to check out our resources on how to become a travel nurse and nursing license renewal.

FAQs about Travel Nurse Jobs in Georgia

On average, how much does a travel nurse make in Georgia?

The highest paid travel nurse jobs in Georgia can make up to $3,194 per week.

How long is the most common contract duration for travel nursing jobs in Georgia?

The average length for travel nurse jobs in Georgia based on recent data is 13 weeks.

How many Georgia travel nurse job opportunities are currently available?

In Georgia there are 188 job opportunities for a traveling nurse to choose from.

What cities have the highest paying travel nursing jobs in Georgia?

  • Atlanta, Georgia $3,194 / per week average salary
  • Braselton, Georgia $2,741 / per week average salary
  • Gainesville, Georgia $2,274 / per week average salary
  • Buford, Georgia $2,177 / per week average salary
  • Lithonia, Georgia $2,164 / per week average salary

What nursing specialties are needed most in Georgia right now?

  • Telemetry - 48 jobs available now
  • MS - 43 jobs available now
  • ICU - 23 jobs available now
  • PCU - 20 jobs available now
  • CVOR - 8 jobs available now

Explore Georgia and Embrace the Culture

When you take a travel nurse assignment in Georgia, you're heading to a region where Southern hospitality is a way of life. It's also a land of one-of-a-kind places, so be sure to check out locations such as Driftwood Beach, a stretch of shoreline that's perfect for exploration and unique photo opportunities. You'll also want to see Providence Canyon. Known as Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon," it has gullies as deep as 150 feet that you can hike down into.

For travel RNs with an appreciation for art and whimsy, the Tiny Doors ATL art project is sure to inspire curiosity. The project's 7-inch-tall doors are scattered throughout Atlanta, promoting exploration of the city's different neighborhoods.

Georgia is also home to numerous museums, restaurants, and professional sports teams. Check out all there is to do in The Peach State at Explore Georgia.

Visit American Mobile today to connect with a dedicated recruiter who can match you with a job that suits your needs.

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The Travel Nurse's Guide: Atlanta Georgia

What could be better than taking a job in a vibrant, diverse city where the people, culture, and high-paying travel nursing jobs are thriving? When you choose a travel nurse assignment in Atlanta with AMH, you have access to living - rent-free - in one of the most inviting and exciting metropolitan areas in the country. With a wide array of healthcare facilities and countless opportunities for fun, Atlanta is a fantastic destination for travel nurses. 

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Top Travel Nurse Salaries in Georgia

Find the nurse travel jobs in Georgia with the highest salaries below and contact a recruiter today:

Cities Average Salary Highest paying job in each city
Braselton $2,188 /week* Registered Nurse – Perioperative Nurse - Operating Room $2,741 per week
Gainesville $2,165 /week* Registered Nurse – Intensive Care - ICU $2,274 per week
Atlanta $2,065 /week* Registered Nurse – Cardiac Catheterization Lab $3,194 per week
Lithonia $2,064 /week* Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical $2,164 per week
Duluth $2,026 /week* Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical $2,164 per week
Conyers $2,021 /week* Registered Nurse – Home Health $2,119 per week

Georgia’s Top Opportunities by Specialty

American Mobile receives new travel nurse jobs in Georgia each day from hospitals and healthcare facilities. If you are looking for a specific Georgia travel nurse job, please see below for in-demand nursing specialties needed throughout the state:

Specialty Average Salary Cities with highest paying jobs
OR $2,316 /week* Braselton, Atlanta and Austell
CVOR $2,307 /week* Atlanta
Telemetry $1,986 /week* Decatur, Atlanta and Duluth
ICU $1,977 /week* Gainesville, Lithonia and Atlanta
MS $1,930 /week* Gainesville, Lithonia and Duluth
ER $1,892 /week* Lithonia, Decatur and Atlanta
Oncology $1,867 /week* Atlanta
Home Health $1,858 /week* Buford, Stockbridge and Ringgold
PCU $1,810 /week* Gainesville, Decatur and Atlanta
OR $1,765 /week* Atlanta and Braselton

Do you need your nursing license in Georgia?

American Mobile Healthcare is here to guide you in your travel nursing journey. Whether you need to obtain your license, need an endorsement, or reinstatement, our team works around the clock to set you up for success. If you want to explore the southern state of Georgia, let us help you get there. 

What are the best hospitals to work at in GA?

Georgia has a mix of big cities and small towns to explore, leaving you with an abundance of options for exceptional facilities to choose from as well. Take your next travel nursing job in Georgia and get the opportunity to work in one of the nation's top hospitals. 

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