Travel Nursing FAQ

Travel Nursing FAQ

What is travel nursing? Where are the jobs? What's the pay? Get answers to your frequently asked questions.

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View our list of available open jobs from multiple agencies ready to fill immediate travel nursing positions.

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Agencies, learn how to connect with pre-qualified travel nurse candidates who are waiting to hear from you!

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Got The Travel Nursing Bug?

We've helped over 20,000 nurses discover the joys of travel nursing. We'd like to help you, too.

Whether you're single, married or wanting to travel with friends you can find an adventure in the world of travel nursing.

Travel nursing agencies are anxious to pay for your housing, travel and many other expenses as you live your dream. We can help you find the right agency and job in the easiest and fastest way possible.

How? Fill out our simple request form and we will put you in touch with experts from many different travel nursing agencies. One form = many interested travel nursing agencies wanting to know what you are looking for.

Recent Blog Posts & Articles

LPNs wanting to travel. One solution.

On a very regular basis I receive emails from LPNs who are interested in travel nursing assignments. It is understandable but the problem is that there just are not very many of these jobs available. If you find yourself in this situation you may want to … Read More

Referral Fees

Can I receive a referral fee even if I have not contracted through your agency? Well, let's start with the fact that we are not an agency. TravelnursingUSA is a resource for you to learn about travel nursing. We have member Agencies that support this site … Read More


Hospital Nurses Inspire Travel Nurse Career

"Meet The Travel Nurses"  Series By: Joan Fox Rose While assigned to St. Gabriel’s, a 25-bed hospital located at Little Falls, Minnesota” where the Mississippi travels through the town,” Bridget VanderPutten, RN, an infusion nurse traveling … Read More