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Travel Nursing Jobs in Minnesota

For travel nurses drawn to the allure of the great outdoors, there are few states that can match Minnesota's appeal. Its landscape includes sprawling forests, dramatic bluffs with breathtaking views, and more than 10,000 lakes that are perfect for fishing, swimming, and boating.

When it comes to professional development, Minnesota is also home to world-class hospitals, including Mayo Clinic, which is ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the best hospitals in the nation. For RNs considering travel nursing jobs in Minnesota, we have assignments available in cities throughout this majestic state.

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Travel RN’s in Minnesota Can Earn More

Nurses who've recently graduated and have secured permanent full-time employment in Minnesota earn an average of $65.548 annually — or $1,261 weekly — although salaries may range as high as nearly $85,000. By taking short-term travel assignments, RNs have the opportunity to make substantially higher wages. A Minnesota travel nursing salary can be as much as $2,191 per week.

Whether a job is short-term or permanent, nursing wages typically vary by location, specialty, education and years of experience. This can result in significant differences in take-home pay.

Competitive Benefits Package from Day One

American Mobile offers travel nurses a competitive benefits package that begins on day one and includes full medical, dental and vision coverage. American Mobile travel nurses also receive free private housing, which can be upgraded to accommodate professionals traveling with family members or pets. Housing stipends are available for nurses who prefer to select their own accommodations.

Through lucrative salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, we aim to attract top nursing talent and make the travel process seamless and stress-free so our nurses can deliver the best patient care possible. To help them, we partner with top facilities, providing free on-the-job training, mental health support, 24/7 customer care and plenty of other essential resources.

Minnesota's Top Specialties

Minnesota travel nurse jobs are available for RNs specializing in almost all areas of care, including telemetry, medical-surgical, rehabilitation, and assisted living. New jobs are added to our database daily for all specialties.

Enjoy all that Minnesota has to Offer

From forests to fields, Minnesota is known for its enchanting natural spaces. No matter what the season, travel nurses on assignment here should plan on spending plenty of time outdoors. RNs can hike to one of the state's magnificent waterfalls, visit a wildlife refuge or canoe in Lake Superior. Winter brings additional opportunities, including snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and other cold-weather sports.

Minnesota is also home to a wide variety of festivals and fairs, which range from traditional summer fun-fests and county fairs to quirky community events such as turtle races and Buffalo Bill Days. No matter the theme, these festive events are sure to have delectable food, live music, and a chance to get to know your new neighbors.

Whatever your interests, Minnesota has something to keep you busy and fulfilled. Be sure to order local travel guides to help plan your itinerary and make the most of your visit.

If you're ready to take the leap into travel nursing, head to the American Mobile Healthcare website. Dedicated recruiters are standing by to place you in the job you've always wanted.

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