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Travel Nursing Jobs in Illinois

Travel nurse jobs in Illinois make it possible for you to climb historic scenic vistas in nature, see the Windy City from skyscraper heights, make great money, and add important experience to your resume. And you can do all of that in just 13 weeks.

At American Mobile, our passion is matching nurses with positions across the nation. We help you earn more money, get more opportunities and experience more adventures as a travel nurse.

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What's the Illinois Travel Nurse Jobs Salary? Earn up to $3,700/week

While nursing pay always depends on experience, location and specialty, the median pay for traditionally employed nurses with RN credentials in Illinois is $64,490 annually — or about $1,260 per week.

Travel nurse salaries in Illinois also depend on a lot of factors, but they're typically more than what you can earn in a traditional position. American Mobile has travel RN jobs in Illinois that pay between $1,280 to $3,700 per week for certain specialties. That's close to $48,100 when you take just one 13-week assignment with American Mobile! 

Bonuses, Premium Benefits, Dedicated Recruiter, and More!

Travel nurse jobs in Illinois come with a lot more than adventure opportunities and great pay. We're proud to back our travel RNs with great benefits that include but aren't limited to:

  • Health benefits, which start on day one so you don't have to deal with a waiting period before one of your major needs is covered
  • Housing or housing stipends to reduce worries about finding a place to call home when you arrive at your Illinois travel nursing destination
  • Dedicated recruiters who help you through the entire process and can help you line up your next assignments if you want to move right into more work
  • CEUs, referral bonuses and other perks to improve your career and life as a travel nurse
  • Retirement planning so you can live in the moment and adventure while protecting your options moving forward.

Illinois' Top Specialties

Check our database of jobs today to find a position in the specialty and location that works for you. And if you don't see what you want, complete our simple contact form and we'll make it happen.

What Else Illinois has to Offer

What's on your bucket list that Illinois can help check off? Think beyond authentic Chicago deep-dish pizza, though that's a good place to start. Illinois offers both rural and big-city adventure opportunities, including day cruises and river tours, such as a boat ride through Chicago that helps you learn about the amazing architecture of the city.

Other things to do in the state include hiking and boating — this is a state that borders a Great Lake, after all — and visiting museums, theaters, and art galleries. Are you ready yet? Our recruiters are. Contact us today to explore the available Illinois travel nurse jobs with the help of a dedicated recruiter.

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We can help you obtain your nursing license in Illinois!

Take a getaway to the windy city or the Prairie State and enjoy all that Illinois has to offer. All you need is your Illinois nursing license, and let that be the least of your worries. Our recruitment team makes the process easy and walks with you step by step to completion. 

What are the best hospitals to work at in Illinois?

The benefits of working in Illinois are top-tier! Enjoy the big city life or smaller towns which all have great options when it comes to facilities. Regardless of your specialty, there is a place for you in one of the state's best hospitals.