Travel Nursing Jobs in Louisiana

Serve diverse patient populations while enjoying the laissez-faire lifestyle of southern Louisiana during your days off. When you become a travel nurse in Louisiana, you can experience a wide range of cultures, foods and outdoor activities. Travel nursing in Louisiana provides options for working in big cities, unique small towns, and everything in between.

Whether you're looking forward to kayaking in the basin or exploring the antiquities of the New Orleans French Quarter, travel nursing jobs can get you there. Customize your nursing journey and choose a travel nursing job in Louisiana to find out how the good times roll in that state and increase your own earnings capacity via American Mobile assignments.

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RNs in traditional permanent positions earn between $32,000 and $97,000 in Louisiana, with a reported average of $64,334 per year. That's just over $1,200 per week.

Travel nursing Louisiana salaries can be more than that. Travel RN assignments in Louisiana listed on American Mobile pay as much as $2,245 per week depending on specialty and location. That means possible earnings on a 13-week assignment can be as high as $29,185.

The Advantages of Becoming an American Mobile Travel Nurse in Louisiana

In addition to competitive pay and access to all that Louisiana has to offer as a state, a travel nursing job via American Mobile comes with a number of other benefits. Some include:

  • Working with a dedicated recruiter. When you take assignments through American Mobile, you connect with a dedicated recruiter — an experienced person to help you on your travel nursing journey. They help you schedule travel assignments that meet your personal and career goals and work with you to smooth any challenges you might face along the way.
  • Free CEUs. Keep up your CEU numbers for licensing and learn new skills to ensure you're increasingly valuable as a nurse.
  • Housing stipends or free housing. Show up to housing that's already handled, or get a stipend to cover living expenses if you want to arrange your own housing or plan on staying with someone in the area.
  • Excellent benefits. Health benefits start on day one, and we provide a number of other benefits for our travel nurses.
  • Working in unique locations and building your resume. Gain access to doctors, hospitals, and patient populations that might be otherwise out of reach, and add valuable content to your resume to support your future nursing career.

 

 

Louisiana's Top Specialties

We offer nursing opportunities in all types of locations and specialties. If you don't see the type of travel nursing job in Louisiana that you want, let us know what your ideal job is so we can get to work finding a position that fits.

Dive into Louisiana’s History and Culture 

Join new friends at a crawfish boil in the spring, catch beads at Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans or Lafayette or spend the night in one of Louisiana's many haunted bed-and-breakfasts. From art to music to just a plain good time, the state's history and culture have plenty to offer.

You won't have to go far from your nursing assignment to find the local fun, either. Just ask the locals when the next festival or downtown event is scheduled — chances are it's that weekend. American Mobile recruiters are on standby to help you find an ideal travel nursing job in Louisiana.

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