Benefits You’ll Experience with Premier as a Travel Nurse in Louisiana
- Weekly Pay & Direct Deposit
- Competitive Salaries and Bonuses
- Employee Referral Program
- Personal Career Consultant
- CEU Program after 1040 hours worked
- Clinical Support Resources
- Emergency 24-Hour On-Call Support
- Day 1 Health Insurance – Ask Recruiter about Eligibility
- Dental & Retirement program
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Great State for Travel Nursing – Louisiana
Whether you’re taking in a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans or sampling Cajun cuisine in Lafayette, Louisiana offers an unparalleled blend of culture, music and food that is sure to delight the most seasoned traveler.
Known as the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun and Creole country, Lafayette is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. The Atakapa-Ishak Trail weaves through the city center and is part of a multi-phased recreational project to connect neighboring communities and trails. This multi-use trail offers over 100 miles of scenic views with minimal roadway encounters. Furthermore, art enthusiasts will appreciate Lafayette’s multiple street murals painted by one of the most prolific and successful muralists in America, Robert Dafford. While you’re walking around this town, don’t be surprised if your ears stumble upon some unfamiliar sounds. Over 11% of Lafayette’s population speaks French or Creole French. Additionally, travelers should be sure to schedule some time to visit the TABASCO® Factory, just a 45-minute drive outside the city limits.
Christened the “Red Stick” by French explorers, Baton Rouge has all the amenities that one could want from a state capital. From a vibrant music scene to a great downtown nightlife, Baton Rouge has much to offer the traveler seeking a true southern experience. Located on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is a city deeply entrenched in politics and history. Travelers will have the opportunity to explore the region’s rich legacy at the Old Louisiana State Capitol building, also known as the Castle on the Hill. Interested in learning more about what 18th and 19th century life in rural Louisiana was like? Be transported back in time at the LSU Rural Life Museum and explore the largest collection of artifacts and architecture from this period.
Explore the Culture of New Orleans on Your Next Travel Nurse Assignment
Considered one of the most international cities in the United States, the influence of New Orleans’ French, African, Caribbean, Irish and German settlers can be felt in the city’s diverse cuisine, art and architecture. Travelers looking to take in the beauty, charm and history of this vibrant city need only hop on one of New Orleans’ five streetcar lines. A $1.25 fare grants you a one-way trip down historic boulevards lined with majestic oak trees and historic landmarks. Beyond an eccentric nightlight rife with people watching opportunities, New Orleans is considered the “Festival Capital of the World” with over 130 festivals occurring annually (roughly one festival every three days). While New York City may be the city that never sleeps, New Orleans is the city that never stops celebrating.
If you’re ready to strike up the brass band and take the Bayou State by storm, contact us today to learn more about our travel nursing opportunities in Louisiana.