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Travel Nursing Jobs in Michigan

Whether you love fishing, kayaking or simply being near the water, travel nursing jobs in Michigan might be a great career move. Michigan is known as the Great Lake State because four of the five Great Lakes border it. But the state is also home to more than 1,000 inland lakes, including Houghton Lake in Roscommon County and Crystal Lake in Benzie County.

But the Wolverine State also has more to offer than lakeside property. If you want to work in a major city hospital and enjoy the urban nightlife — saving lake trips for the weekend — you might consider traveling RN jobs in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, and Lansing.

Wherever you want to land for a travel RN job in Michigan, American Mobile can help. Our large database includes assignments across the entire state in many specialties.

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Get Paid More as a Travel RN in Michigan

Salaries for permanent RN staff in traditional positions range widely in Michigan, often depending on where someone is working, what the specialty is, and how much experience they have. On average, RNs entering the field in the state can expect an annual salary of around $64,126, or just over $1,200 per week, on average.

Michigan travel nursing pay can be much more, even for newer nurses. Again, pay depends on experience and other factors, but American Mobile has jobs that pay $3,001 or more per week. That's $39,013 or more for a 13-week assignment.

Next Level Benefits From Day One

We offer more than competitive Michigan travel nursing pay to its travel RNs, though. You'll also get access to a full range of benefits, including health benefits which start on day one. Other benefits include retirement plans and free housing, and you can choose to opt for a housing stipend if you already have somewhere to stay near your assignment.

Dedicated recruiters also work with you to help you choose, line up and manage your nursing assignments, ensuring you can make the most of these career opportunities. And while you're honing your skills in a variety of environments, you can also get access to CEUs and other resources to protect your license.

 

Michigan's Top Specialties

From labor & delivery to dialysis, travel nursing positions in Michigan cover the entire range of specialties. Tell us what type of nursing you want to do and where you want to do it, and we'll start looking for an assignment that's a perfect fit.

Endless Exploration Off the Clock

After a shift or on your days off, you'll find plenty to do in Michigan. Start with cultural musts such as the Detroit Institute of Arts or the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids. You'll find plenty of other museums in the state, and when you want something a bit more relaxing, bike, hike or boat your way into the rural part of the state. For the ultimate in relaxation between shifts, spend a day or two on Mackinac Island, where there are no cars, but you can indulge in famous fudge and a lot of fun.

If you're ready to hit the Great Lake State for adventure while putting your nursing skills to work, our recruiters are ready to match you to the ideal position.

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