The availability of Arizona nursing jobs is getting travelers on the road, and for good reason. The state has so much to offer!
The capital, Phoenix, has everything you would expect from a big city. The museums, nightlife, food, galleries, shopping and entertainment. The wonderful thing is, with Az. being a hub for artists, so many of the smaller cities will have all of these same qualities.
The Grand Canyon is a must see. Whether you ride a horse, hike throughout or just look leisurely over the side, it is not to be missed. The new lookout (can you say lots of glass) offers sights you won't see anywhere else.
If you are into adventure, a trip down the river might be your speed. Be sure to plan for this in advance, the rides can sell out quick.
Along with the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, you have the Sonoran Desert, the Petrified Forest National Park, the Painted Desert, Monument Valley, and the Chiricahua National Monument.
With all of Arizona's natural beauty, you would think that would be a big enough draw to be a travel nurse in Arizona. You will see a definite financial advantage, as well. Arizona jobs offer an excellent pay scale too.
If you are traveling to Az., check with the Arizona State Board of Nursing for all of the licensing requirements. If you like outdoor adventure or browsing through the shops, Arizona traveling nurses are enjoying it all!
photo credit Patrick Moore