Benefits You’ll Experience with Premier as a Travel Nurse in Minnesota
- 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 – Minnesota
Come and experience all four seasons in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Whether you’re searching for arts and culture or a deeper connection with the great outdoors, Minnesota has something to offer everyone.
When the temperatures rise, Minnesotans love to get outdoors and take advantage of the beautiful landscape that this state has to offer. Just north of Duluth, the turnoffs for some of the nation’s most remarkable state parks come one after another. Gooseberry Falls State Park provides an opportunity for travelers to take in the wonder of waterfalls, rivers, forests and the shoreline of Lake Superior via hiking trails or a paved bike trail. The lighthouse at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park is a historical site in Minnesota and the land surrounding the park consists of great trails for hiking, biking and exploring.
In the central part of the state lies Detroit Lakes, a city with mile long beaches, unique stores and shops, local restaurants, exceptional fishing and recreational water activities. It’s a hidden gem for a fun weekend getaway. At the northeastern tip of Minnesota, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness qualifies as a backpacker’s paradise where paddle boats replace motors, campfires replace ovens and loons provide the background music for it all. While solo trips are common, outfitters in certain towns provide able guides and supplies to orchestrate the trip. Sharp-eyed travelers are sure to spot moose, black bears and bald eagles.
Visit the Twin Cities on Your Next Travel Nurse Assignment in Minnesota
Looking for the perfect combination of city and country? If so, the Twin Cities is the place for you. Minneapolis’ vibrant nightlife and high-rise office buildings infuse travelers with an energy and vigor only found in the biggest cities. The green spaces and classical architecture of St. Paul is sure to leave visitors with a sense of quiet and calm. A convenient and inexpensive public transit system runs through both cities, making for easy navigation of this midwestern megalopolis. Travelers are sure to appreciate the fact that all clothing is exempt from Minnesota’s Sales and Use Tax when they visit the Mall of America, located just 15 minutes away from the Twin Cities. With more theater seats per capita than anywhere outside of New York City, the Twin Cities is sure to have a show that will pique your interest.
Situated on the Mississippi, Wabasha is famous for its eagle population (and is the setting for the 1993 movie “Grumpy Old Men”). At the National Eagle Center, you can learn about resident eagles and see these magnificent birds up close. Hour-long educational feeding programs are held several times a day. If you want to spot eagles in the wild, Wabasha is the place to visit. It’s an epicenter for eagle migration.
Interested in experiencing the majestic beauty of Minnesota for yourself? Contact us today to learn more about the rewarding travel nursing opportunities that we have in Minnesota.