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Travel Nursing Jobs in North Dakota

If you've always wanted to visit the Great Plains, North Dakota may be a destination worth considering for your next travel nurse assignment. Its 13 state parks offer stunning views of lush grasslands, rolling prairies, and North Dakota's dramatic Badlands. This scenic Midwestern state is also known for its clean air, family-friendly neighborhoods, and abundant recreational opportunities. With our extensive database of jobs, American Mobile has travel nurse assignments in cities and towns throughout North Dakota.

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North Dakota Travel RN’s can Earn More than Permanent Nurses

When you accept a travel nurse job, you can expect to enjoy competitive earnings. A North Dakota travel nurse salary can range between $2,870 to $4,870 weekly, depending on your specialty and the facility's location. That amounts to $63,310 over the course of a 13-week assignment.

By comparison, full-time RNs with permanent positions in North Dakota earn $1,214 weekly on average, although wages typically vary by specialty, experience, and location. That adds up to an annual salary of $63,140, which is considerably less than the potential yearly earnings for most travel nurses.

Improve Your Work-Life Balance in New Ways

Travel nursing can be a great way to improve work-life balance, pairing opportunities for professional growth with the chance to explore new areas of the country. We help RNs make a seamless transition to travel nursing by supplying complimentary company-arranged housing, mental health resources, and around-the-clock clinical support. Our nurses also enjoy the flexibility of choosing the length of their assignment.

In addition, we offer a wide array of benefits, including retirement plans, overtime incentives, and full medical, dental, and vision coverage. Better yet, benefits take effect on day one, so you'll never need to worry that you're not covered.

Hospitals in North Dakota Need RN’s with Various Skills

Whether your experience is in intensive care or labor and delivery, hospitals in North Dakota need RNs with your skills. Our extensive database has job listings in all specialties, and through our partnerships with top facilities nationwide, new assignments are arriving daily.

If our currently available positions don't match your needs, contact us directly. Experienced American Mobile recruiters can help you find the perfect assignment.


Check North Dakota Off of Your Bucket List

Maybe you're a consummate outdoorsman, or perhaps you prefer the hustle and bustle of an urban environment. Either way, North Dakota has something exciting to keep you occupied on your days off. Adventurous RNs can head to the Badlands for an epic mountain biking experience or grab their kayak and explore one of the state's many waterways. If horseback riding is more your style, many of North Dakota's state parks have miles of suitable trails.

Nurses looking for more mellow pastimes may want to consider agritourism. Nearly 90% of the state's land is taken up by farms and ranches, making it a great place to enjoy activities such as picking your own fruits and vegetables or touring a local winery.

North Dakota is also home to numerous historic places, including authentic forts and reconstructed Native American earth lodge villages. The state also sits along with The Lewis and Clark Trail, which visitors can explore while learning more about frontier history.

If you're ready to cross this state off your bucket list, our recruiters are standing by to help you find North Dakota travel nurse jobs that are right for you.

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