What do Vermont Travel Nursing Jobs Pay? Make up to $2,300/week
Permanent RNs in Vermont earn an average salary of $69,560 per year or $1,338 per week. This ranges from an average of about $68,800 in nonmetropolitan areas to $70,690 in Burlington, the largest city in Vermont. Salaries are based on your specialty, years of experience, and credentials.
Nurse salaries in Vermont for new RN graduates fall between $49,519 and $79,822, with a median salary of $61,590 or $1,184 per week. Travel nurse salaries in Vermont offer earning potential of up to $2,300 per week or close to $29,900 for a 13-week assignment, not including benefits like housing stipend, travel reimbursement and much more!
Top Tier Benefits for Our Travelers
There are many details to think about when you're heading out on an assignment as a travel nurse. We provide a wide array of benefits to help you thrive personally and professionally.
- Private, furnished housing. If you're traveling with your family or pets, we can offer options that accommodate your whole crew.
- Free continuing education so your skills are continually improving
- Full benefits such as medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans, and employee assistance programs
We also have a full team behind you, including a personal recruiter familiar with your goals and needs, a customer support manager to assist with payroll and timekeeping, housing specialists, credentialing analysts, and clinical liaisons available 24/7.