Kentucky nursing jobs are as varied as the incredibly beautiful rolling hills of the state. You have bustling major cities and quaint small villages.
There are mountains and lakes and large teaching hospitals and rural community hospitals. It is all available here. You just need to decide how you want to enjoy it.
Kentucky is a dichotomy of the old and new. It has very progressive cities with nightlife, museums, art galleries, upscale shopping, restaurants and large teaching hospitals. You can be entertained any time of day.
There are also small towns with Bluegrass music, outdoor activities and traditional family values that will conjure up images of Norman Rockwall. They are a great way to unwind and enjoy some slower activities.
Bluegrass music is a staple, as are horses. Be sure to see the famous Kentucky Derby with all of it's history. The names of Secretariat, Nashua, Smarty and Man O’War are all familiar and they have left their legacy in this state.
You will also find many lesser known stables dotted throughout the state that you can tour or even take some lessons at. You will enjoy it immensely if you are a horse lover.
The lakes region is full of water activities. Swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing and hiking are all available in some of the most beautiful countryside that you will ever see. Whether it is summer or winter activities, they are both available. The Bluegrass State truly offers something for everyone.
Kentucky nurses are lucky to not only have great career options available to them, but an incredibly beautiful place to enjoy, as well. Be sure to check out our Kentucky Board of Nursing page for all of the licensing information you will need when you are looking for travel nursing jobs in Kentucky. The board is very easy to work with.
Kentucky nursing jobs will allow you to not only enjoy the state that you are working in but many others that are a short drive away. It is a perfect starting point to days trips or even long weekends.
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