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How Much Do ICU Nurse Jobs Pay in Seattle?

For jobs available on NurseFly as of Friday, September 25th 2020, the average weekly salary for a ICU Nurse in Seattle is $2,093 but can pay up to $3,554 per week.

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  • min - $1,635
  • avg - $2,093
  • max - $3,554

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Seattle Travel Nurse City Guide

Posted on Feb 19, 2020
Seattle is known for many things- views of Mt. Rainier, easy access to tons of outdoor adventures, its cloudy and rainy skies, and the beautiful coastal area surrounding the city. Seattle is a great place for travel nurses to work and to have a variety of experiences to choose from.  Where to Live- Best Neighborhoods…

Seattle Travel Nurse City Guide

Posted on Feb 19, 2020
Seattle is known for many things- views of Mt. Rainier, easy access to tons of outdoor adventures, its cloudy and rainy skies, and the beautiful coastal area surrounding the city. Seattle is a great place for travel nurses to work and to have a variety of experiences to choose from.  Where to Live- Best Neighborhoods…
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What is Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nursing?

Posted on Jun 19, 2020
ICU nursing is also known as critical care nursing and can serve as a launching point for a nursing career. Many ICU nurses go on to become Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), flight nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and specialty nurses in high risk areas that require advanced knowledge of hemodynamics.  There are many types of ICUs…

Coronavirus: Briefing from an ICU Travel Nurse

Posted on Apr 08, 2020
  We have ended another week of COVID-19, and sources continue to report an exponential increase in the number cases across the nation, as well as the world. For nurses, this means another week has gone by full of patients decompensating, needing intubation and ventilation, and perhaps not surviving this pandemic. Nurses and travel nurses…

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