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For jobs available on NurseFly as of Sunday, September 20th 2020, the average weekly salary for a Travel Nurse in Texas is $1,583 but can pay up to $2,326 per week.

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  • avg - $1,583
  • max - $2,326

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What are the compact nursing license states?

Posted on Jul 20, 2020
Update: Indiana is the latest state to enact the eNLC! Legislation is pending in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Vermont! New Jersey is still only partially implementing the eNLC legislation as the state reviews its effectiveness.  Now, more than ever, the eNLC stands to have a huge impact on the way nurses can practice across state lines….

Austin Travel Nurse City Guide

Posted on Mar 11, 2020
Austin, Texas is a popular place to be a travel nurse! Known as the “the live music capitol of the world’, the Colorado River runs right through the city providing constantly pretty views, and lot of options for urban outdoor activities. Austin has year-round nice weather, beautiful parks, live music everywhere (most likely accompanied by…

Texas Travel Nurse Guide: ‘The Lone Star State’

Posted on Jan 02, 2020
Everything is bigger in Texas, including the number of travel nurses! Travel nurses are flocking to Texas for the food, entertainment, and culture of diverse cities. The Lone Star State is home to some of the largest hospital systems in the country, and travel nurses love the backyard BBQ atmosphere of Texas towns and cities. …

Featured Nurse: School Nurse Kayla Rachels Ellis

Posted on Sep 14, 2020
How long have you been a school nurse? I have been a school nurse going on my 4th year. I decided to become a school nurse to serve the community that invested so much into my education. You see, I am the nurse at my alma mater. We are a rural school. K-12 in one…

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