High Pay and Bonuses
Travel Nurses Earn High Pay and Bonuses
Qualified RNs and allied healthcare professionals enjoy exceptional salaries and can take advantage of cash bonuses on every assignment. With thousands of positions available, we are able to selectively offer those assignments that meet your salary requirements as well as geographical requests. At many locations, completion bonuses are also offered.
“It’s my dream to save up for a home here,” Charles tells American Traveler, “and with the competitive pay I’m earning on these assignments, I think I’ll reach my goal.”
Charles L., RN, a psychiatric nurse in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Read more about Charles and how he plans on buying his first home.
Travel Nursing Salaries
Our travelers take assignments for many reasons, some of the most frequently requested assignments are those that offer compensation packages significantly higher than those available on permanent or per diem positions. Imagine making a large completion bonus and enjoying your own free private apartment, comprehensive health, dental and life insurance, AAA membership subsidy, reimbursed licensure, free CEUs and more! Travelers earn average compensation of over $70,000/year. In addition, when including the other benefits like housing and health insurance, it is a total compensation package of well over $100,000 a year!
Qualified RNs looking to enhance their income potential should start a travel nurse career. Registered nurses have their pick of well paid employment in nursing jobs across the nation.
Completion and Referral Bonuses
Completion bonuses are offered at many assignments -- as an additional income over and above the stated hourly salary. These bonuses are paid at the successful completion of the assignment. For travelers motivated to increase their annual income, this is considered an enormous benefit! Find out if you're eligible for a completion bonus on your next assignment with us, talk to one of our expert recruiters today.
You can also earn additional income by referring a friend or colleague to American Traveler. Ask your recruiter about our referral bonus program.
Watch Video about Travel Nurse Benefits
Sean, ER Traveling Registered Nurse with American Traveler: Benefits of being a traveling nurse are awesome. I come down here. You can take a stipend. I don't. I let them provide my housing. I get in my jeep, I drive down here, and I just show up at apartment, a condo, that is completely paid for, with no worries. I also am given health benefits, as well. It's little things that I don't have to worry about, at all.