Texas may inspire romantic images of cowboys and horses, but it's come a long way since the Wild West. Boasting some of the country's fastest-growing cities — including San Antonio, Fort Worth, Austin, Frisco, and McKinney — Texas is a thriving, modern hub. After California, Texas employs the most RNs in the country, offering plenty of opportunities for travel nurses interested in exploring this dynamic region. Find out how we can match you with the perfect travel nursing job in Texas so you can build your resume and your bank balance while enjoying the unique charms of the Lone Star State.
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How Much do Travel Nursing Jobs in Texas Pay? Make up to $2,900/week
Average nursing salaries in Texas are higher than the national average, although individual wages are based on factors such as experience, credentials, and specialty. Permanent registered nurses in Texas earn an annual median wage of about $80,000, or $1,538 per week.
But you don't have to be a permanent staff RN to enjoy a handsome income. American Mobile has tons of high paying travel nurse jobs in Texas that pay up to $2,900 per week, which equates to about $37,700 when you take on a 13-week assignment, not including benefits and perks.
Beyond the Basic Benefits
We provide extensive support to help you make the most of your travels. Travel nurses receive free private housing to ease the transition to a new city, a comprehensive health benefits package, 401(k) retirement plan, and free continuing education to keep their skills current. There's also a support line staffed by our clinical liaisons, who are available 24/7 to help out if you encounter difficulties while on assignment. Bring your family and pets along on the journey so they can share in the unforgettable memories of meeting new people and exploring the country.
Texas' Top Specialties
At American Mobile, you have a dedicated recruiter to help you find the travel nurse jobs in Texas that are the right fit for your skills. As part of the country's largest network of recruiters for travel health care professionals, our team receives new job postings daily and exclusive opportunities only for American Mobile nurses.
Explore the Lone State State
Texas packs an incredible variety of experiences within its borders, including vibrant urban centers, friendly small towns, beautiful natural wilderness, and serene coastal shorelines.
Watch the landscape change as you travel through the state, shifting between rugged canyons, mountain trails, woodland forests, and sprawling plains. You can walk barefoot through sand dunes, take a dip in natural springs and soak up the sun on the Gulf Coast. There are many attractions to keep you busy, whether you want to take in the music at the Austin City Limits festival, watch professional sports teams, travel the iconic Route 66, or visit the Space Center in Houston.
Interested in a travel nursing job in Texas? Our recruiters are ready to help you start your career as a traveling nurse. Contact us today to learn more.
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Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the abundance of travel nursing opportunities found throughout the Lone Star State. Enjoy world-renowned BBQ and live music on your off-days while you grow your skill set and your bank account (Texas has no state income tax!). Travel nurses can take advantage of this rapidly growing and diverse area by taking on a high-paying assignments in a number of award-winning healthcare institutions. Contact us today to learn more!
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Do you need a Texas nursing license?
Quality nurses with your skillset and experience are needed in Texas. As the second largest state in the U.S., the job opportunities are endless. Our team of expert recruiters can help you get licensed, narrow down your search, and secure your next assignment in Texas.
What are the best hospitals to work at in Texas?
Texas is one of the top states for employing RN's as well as high pay for travel nurses. Enjoy all the perks of working in Texas including working in a top facility, awesome health benefits, participating in a 401k retirement plan, and so much more!