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
It’s summertime in Minnesota, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”! Feed your need for arts and culture in the Twin Cities, or connect with the great outdoors along one of many wooded lakes.
When the temperature rises, Minnesotans love to get outdoors and take advantage of the beautiful landscape the 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 waterfalls, rivers, forest, and the shoreline of Lake Superior, with hiking trails and a paved bike trail. The lighthouse at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park is a historical site in Minnesota. The park and all the land surrounding it 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 gift 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 paddles and boots replace motors, campfires replace ovens, and loons provide the background music for all. Travelers paddle from lake to lake, portaging gear in between. Solo trips are common, but outfitters in certain towns can provide able guides and supplies to orchestrate the trip. Sharp-eyed visitors spot moose, black bears and bald eagles.
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 live eagles 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!
Summer is the time to get outside in Saint Paul, and the city has so much to offer! It’s a city obsessed with spending time on the water, sharing drinks on patios and finding local artists. The Como Zoo and Conservatory offers free admission to the public. Enjoy your day with family and friends, walk around the grounds and observe the animals at play. Later, stroll over to Como Town amusement park and be entertained with rides, games and food. Outdoor dining is a must during Minnesota summers. Savor delicious menu options from countless locations. Have a cocktail during happy hour on W.A. Frost‘s European-style garden patio and bar, or catch some live music while having a burger and fries at Burger Moe’s.