Benefits You’ll Experience with Premier as a Travel Nurse in Texas
- 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 – Texas
If rodeos, the cowboy lifestyle and amazing cuisine appeal to you, Texas might be the right choice for your next travel assignment. As the second largest state in the nation, Texas is proud to stake its claim as the home of wide-open spaces.
Located in the western part of the state, Odessa is a city that truly has something to offer everyone. Established in 1881 as an important railroad stop for the Texas and Pacific Railway, Odessa has blossomed into a truly modern metropolis. The city’s Ellen Noël Art Museum of the Permian Basin provides 20,000 square feet of world-class art. Looking to catch the cowboy spirit? Plan to visit the Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo. A livestock show, a rodeo and plenty of country music are only a handful of the events featured at this Odessa staple. Before you leave town, be sure to swing by Southern Maid Donuts. These soft, yummy donuts melt in your mouth and come in a variety of flavors (cherry, lemon, orange and vanilla to only name a few). These delectable confections are relatively inexpensive so be prepared to leave with at least a baker’s dozen.
With over 302 days of sunshine each year, El Paso has rightfully earned its Sun City moniker. Located on the United States’ border with Mexico, El Paso is a multicultural cosmopolitan set against a breathtaking desert landscape. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy visiting Franklin Mountains State Park with its plethora of opportunities to hike, mountain bike, rock climb and camp. The White Sands National Monument offers miles of magnificent rolling white sand dunes that are perfect for hiking, biking and sledding (yes, sledding!). While you’re visiting El Paso, don’t forget to check out the El Paso Downtown Artist and Farmers Market that is held every Saturday from 10 AM until 2 PM. Browse the stalls for handcrafted gifts, original artwork and locally grown produce. You’re sure to leave with bags of goodies and a lighter wallet.
Visit San Antonio, Texas on Your Next Travel Nurse Assignment
Ranked the seventh largest city in the United States, San Antonio provides all the attractions that you would expect from a big city. From the San Antonio River Walk (with its shops and restaurants) to the city’s historic downtown area, travelers are sure to rank San Antonio as one of their favorite destinations. Located 150 miles away from the United States’ border with Mexico, San Antonio has a rich Mexican culture. Busy streets lined with small shops selling authentic Mexican crafts and the sounds of Tejano music lingering in the air are sure to leave visitors feeling transported to another time and place. No trip to San Antonio would be complete without a stop at the 2M Smokehouse for some authentic Texas BBQ. Be sure to get there early as there is generally a line of diners waiting for this mouth watering cuisine.
Music lovers rejoice! With more live music performances per capita than anywhere else in the nation, Austin has rightfully earned the title of the Live Music Capital of the World. From country to jazz and everything in between, this city is sure to have something to please the most diverse and eclectic tastes. Speaking of taste, Austin is home to over 1,000 mobile restaurants (aka food trucks) and 37 microbreweries. Travelers are sure to find whatever they are craving when they visit this city. Interested in exploring something off the beaten path? Don’t forget to stop by the city’s Museum of the Weird. Shrunken heads, real mummies, mermaids and other curiosities make this attraction one that is sure to delight and mystify.
While popular culture portrayals would have you believe that Dallas is the home of stereotypical western culture, nothing could be further from the truth. As one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, Dallas has a diverse population, thriving nightlife and a growing arts and music scene. Covering 19 blocks in the city’s downtown area, the Dallas Art District is the largest in the nation. From award-winning museums to multiple performing arts venues, this walkable downtown hub is sure to have something to satisfy the artist in you. In the market for a souvenir? Dallas has more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the United States and is home to the Neiman Marcus flagship store. Be prepared to soak up the sunshine and warmer temps at one of the city’s many rooftop bars or green spaces, many of which are dog friendly.
If you’re ready to find out for yourself if everything is truly bigger in Texas, contact us today to discuss the travel opportunities that we have for this state.