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Aug 2007 Traveler Times
To help RN candidates realize the potential of travel nurse opportunities in Florida, staffing professionals at American Traveler arrived at some very good reasons why travel nurses should consider the Sunshine State for their next travel nursing assignment.
Although some liken Florida to warm-weather states California, Arizona and Texas, nothing compares to travel nursing in Florida and Gulf Coast living . The Sunshine State boasts more than 650 miles of warm, sandy beaches and the bluest waters of any U.S. coastline. Diving, snorkeling and boating are favorite pastimes in Florida and golf and horseback riding are superb.
Travel nurses for American Traveler are never more than 60 miles from the beach no matter where they go in the state, and fast boats to Key West and the Bahamas run daily from many coastal cities for day and weekend excursions. Sport fishing in the Keys is rated some of the best in world and the straw markets of Nassau and Paradise Island are packed with vendors looking to haggle with buyers. Unlike California and Hawaii—states that tax travel nurse earnings by almost ten percent—Florida has no state income tax, saving travel nurses thousands of dollars every year. And with the fifth lowest sales tax in the nation, travel nurses seeking high pay can shop till they drop.
Top notch housing accommodations are a feature of American Traveler Gulf Coast travel nurse jobs. Resort style living with gourmet kitchens, private balconies and luxurious amenities make travel nursing to Florida’s Gulf Coast comfortable and convenient. Housing is centrally located with fitness centers, pools, restaurants and entertainmentvenues close by. Many Gulf Coast travel nurse jobs are just an hour from Disney World and fascinating attractions in Orlando.
Our Florida Client hospitals are posting and interviewing for winter travel nursing jobs right now! Be prepared by starting your application for Florida State licensure now.
At Florida temporary license is usually issued 30 days from the day the Board of Nursing receives the application from the nurse. Remember, American Traveler always fully reimburses your licensure in your paycheck! To the right is the information to contact the Florida State Board of Nursing to get started right away!
Your Consultant is also available to assist you in the licensure process!
Be sure to call today and put in your request to be contacted just as soon
as the Florida positions are posted!
At the beach, in the park, or even while driving down the coast, traveling nurses can stop for a picnic to enjoy life with family and friends and to refresh the senses. Picnics are easy and fun!
Tasty side dishes are a must at every travel nurse picnic and healthy ones are even better. Take along the free-radical fighting benefits of cabbage on your next travel nurse picnic by following this simple recipe sent by our travel nurse Alissa N., ER RN. The cabbage here is a wonderful source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamin C and folate, and is known to have antioxidant qualities that help support the immune system and a healthy heart.
Blend first 7 ingredients and serve over chopped cabbage. Add grated carrot for color.