Florida nursing jobs and Florida travel nursing jobs aren't very difficult to come by. They are as varied as nurses are. You have a wonderful and beautiful state to work in and many different kinds of specialties and locations to choose from.
When deciding on nursing jobs in Florida, you first need to decide on the experience you would like to have. Do you envision a beach in Clearwater, Miami, Daytona, Naples, Jacksonville or Ft. Lauderdale? They all have lovely ones, but they will all offer you a very different lifestyle and experience.
The southeast will offer great nightlife and a decidedly latin flavor. It's definitely something to not be missed. From the food to dancing and nightlife. The northeast will give you a laid back area with lots of crystal clear water, and plenty to see and do. Jacksonville is a very large city and St. Augustine, the oldest city in America with all of its history, is very close by.
West central Florida offers many great beaches, teaching hospitals and community hospitals. East central Florida will give you NASA, Daytona International Speedway and a much calmer and laid back lifestyle.
Would you like to stay with Mickey Mouse for awhile? Orlando has several large hospitals and several smaller community hospitals to choose from.
Gainesville will give you the University and a decidedly small town feel. It is also in the heart of horse country and there are many beautiful horse farms close by. The panhandle, with Pensacola, has not only beautiful beaches, but a large military presence. There are many different nursing environments to choose from.
Be sure to check out the Florida Board of Nursing for all of the licensing information you will need to be a Florida travel nurse. The licensing office is usually very busy, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time to get everything taken care of.
Being a travel nurse in Florida can offer you whatever you are looking for. Take a look around and explore all of the different areas available. Florida nursing jobs are great opportunities to explore, as well.
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