California travel nursing jobs are plentiful. And why wouldn’t it be? California is the most popular state with over 38 million people residing in the Golden State. Sounds promising, right? However, according to California Health Care Almanac, RNs per capita is lower than the national average. With an aging population and the demand for health care services growing, California travel nursing jobs will continue to grow. Learn more about travel nursing California job.
California Travel Nursing Jobs Host Healthcare
Interested in receiving California travel nursing jobs? As an award-winning travel nursing agency located in San Diego, Host Healthcare always has plenty of California travel nursing jobs. No matter your location preference, no matter your specialty, Host Healthcare has California travel nursing jobs for every travel nurse. Even better? There are plenty of travel nursing benefits in California.
Current hot California travel nursing jobs are:
- ICU Travel Nurse job in Santa Rosa
- Labor and Delivery Travel Nurse job in San Jose
- NICU Travel Nurse job in Los Angeles
- PACU Travel Nurse job in Santa Rosa
California Travel Nursing Jobs Top Facilities
Do you want to work at a prestigious facility? California has several top rated facilities according to a recent U.S. News Report. California has three main hospital organizations; with the largest being Kaiser Permanente. That means for any travel nurse looking to work for a respected facility will have plenty of options in California.
California Travel Nursing Jobs Earn High Pay
One of the benefits of California travel nursing jobs is the opportunity to make more money compared to non-travel nurses. On average, a travel nurse will make more money than a non-travel nurse. According to U.S. News & Money, the median salary for a registered nurse is $68,000. Many travel nurses with acute-care experience earn over $100,000 per year when all benefits and allowances are included.
California Travel Nursing Jobs Licensing
In order to receive California travel nursing jobs, you need to be licensed in California. The California nurse license does take multiple months to get fully processed. It is important that if you have your heart set on getting California travel nursing jobs that you begin the process immediately to get a license. If you work with Host Healthcare to get California travel nursing jobs we offer license reimbursements as one of our benefits. We can also work with you to find a short assignment in another state while your California license is being processed.
If you are more excited than ever to begin receiving California travel nursing jobs search jobs with Host Healthcare.
Host Healthcare Travel Nursing
Host Healthcare offers an extensive list of travel nurse jobs. In addition, call specific recruiter directly or if you don’t have a recruiter, call (844) 812-8094 and one of our friendly recruiters will be happy to help. If you prefer, fill out the form below and someone will reach out.