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Travel Nursing Jobs in Wisconsin

Although Wisconsin is probably best known for its delicious cheeses, this Midwestern state has so much more to offer. Travel nurses from all over the country are drawn by its low cost of living, a penchant for professional sports, and cities that consistently appear on Best Places to Live lists. Plus, with coastlines on two Great Lakes, a bevy of exciting seasonal festivals, and some of the best farm-to-table restaurants in the region, Wisconsin is packed with things to do when you aren't at the hospital.

We have Wisconsin travel nurse positions throughout the state, offering adventurous RNs higher earnings while working with top doctors.

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 Earn More as a Travel RN in Wisconsin

On average, Wisconsin's permanent, full-time RNs earn an annual salary of $65,487. That's $1,259 weekly, although wages may vary considerably by location, specialty, and education.

Travel nurse positions in the state can be even more lucrative. For RNs on assignment through American Mobile, a travel nurse salary in Wisconsin may go as high as $3,130 weekly.

 Beyond the Essential Benefits

In addition to higher earnings, our travel nurses enjoy perks that go beyond essential benefits. Medical, dental, and vision benefits begin on day one, and RNs can take advantage of other lucrative benefits such as referral bonuses, overtime incentives, and a retirement plan.

To ensure that the travel experience is seamless, we also provide mental health resources, on-the-job training, assistance with credentialing, and around-the-clock clinical support. Plus, our nurses always receive free private housing, and many opt to bring pets and family along on assignment.

 

Wisconsin's Top Specialties

Wisconsin is looking for travel nurses in nearly every specialty. Whether your expertise is in renal dialysis, intensive care, or rehabilitation, there's a position waiting for you at American Mobile. If you're exploring travel nursing jobs in Wisconsin and don't find an assignment that suits your needs, contact us to let us know what you're looking for. We have new jobs arriving daily, and recruiters standing by to help match you with the perfect position.

See Wisconsin in Your Off Time

Travel nursing is as much about personal exploration and adventure as it is about your resume, and Wisconsin has plenty of exciting attractions and activities to check out in your off time. From food trucks and music festivals in the summer to ice fishing and snowmobiling in the winter, every season brings something different. In the springtime, the state is known for its spectacular cherry blossoms, and autumn is the perfect time to enjoy a leisurely drive alongside the Mississippi on Great River Road.

Wisconsin is also known for its amazing indoor and outdoor water parks and is home to some of the most extreme waterslides in the nation. If you're feeling brave, head to Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park where you'll encounter Demon's Drop, one of the fastest and steepest waterslides around the globe.

While you're in Wisconsin, don't forget to check out its famous cheeses. Factories such as the Carr Valley Cheese Company offer tours and tastings, and there are plenty of boutiques where you can pick up samples of the state's most famous product to take back home.

You can find travel nurse jobs in Wisconsin today by searching our extensive database. Our recruiters are available to help place you in the job of your dreams.

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