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Travel Nursing Jobs in Rhode Island

Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the nation, but travel nurses looking to explore the northeast will find it big on charm. With more than 400 miles of coastline, the Ocean State is an ideal destination for RNs who enjoy boating, spending time at the beach, and savoring the freshest seafood anywhere.

Rhode Island travels nursing jobs can offer adventurous nurses the opportunity to build their resumes and earn competitive salaries while experiencing a traditional New England lifestyle. We have a wide array of assignment opportunities located at facilities throughout the state.

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How to Earn More as a Rhode Island Travel RN?

The northeastern United States is a lucrative area for travel nurses, and a travel nurse salary in Rhode Island can be as high as $2,915 per week, although the number may fluctuate depending on specialty, experience, and the individual facility. For a 13-week position, that can mean taking home $37,895 in wages.

By comparison, an RN who recently graduated and who has a permanent, full-time position in The Ocean State may earn an average of $67,410 annually. This can vary widely, however, based on location, certifications, and individual skills.

Get Next-Level Benefits – You Deserve It

With the demand for travel nurses reaching new highs, we are partnering with hospitals and medical facilities across the county to deliver exceptional patient care. We offer comprehensive benefits that make the travel experience seamless, letting our nurses focus on giving the best care possible.

American Mobile travel nurses receive CEUs, referral bonuses, and a full health insurance package that's active from the first day on the job. Each assignment includes free private housing or a tax-free housing stipend, and we're always happy to arrange pet-friendly accommodations. Our nurses also benefit from access to dedicated recruiters, 24/7 customer care, and exclusive opportunities across the country. For added flexibility, our travel nurses can choose the length of their assignments.

Rhode Island's Top Specialties

From cardiac care to home health, there's a huge demand for travel nurses in all specialties. We have the largest database of assignments available today, with new job listings coming in daily.

Explore the East Coast in Your off Time

Despite being only 48 miles long and 37 miles wide, Rhode Island has plenty of leisure time offerings for travel nurses on assignment here. Dedicate your days off to exploring quaint coastal towns, wandering through Rhode Island's numerous vineyards, or experiencing some of the world's best seafood. Be sure to check out Rhode Island's vibrant arts scene, too, which includes dozens of galleries displaying everything from pottery to portraits.

Above all, when you're in The Ocean State, head to the beach. Narragansett and Bristol are top destinations for sun and surf lovers, providing soft sand, casual clam shacks, and calm water that's ideal for swimming. If panoramic views of crashing waves are more your style, take a stroll along Newport's Cliff Walk, a 3.5-mile stretch that weaves between the ocean and stately, century-old mansions.

If you're drawn by the cultural appeal and natural beauty of The Ocean State, begin your search for a Rhode Island travel nursing job today. American Mobile recruiters are available to help place you on an assignment that's perfect for you.

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