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As a travel nurse, earning a sizable salary is likely high on your priority list. In fact, you may have wondered to yourself, “Can I make $100,000 a year as a travel nurse?” This goal could be within your reach, if you make the best use of your assets and opportunities. $100K jobs (travel assignments completed within 52 weeks that yield a gross salary of $100,000 or more) aren’t available for all nurses. When searching for six-figure travel nursing pay, the following things are important to consider:

Specialty

In many cases, $100K assignments are available to select specialties. Labor and delivery and cath lab nurses are prime candidates for $100K jobs. This is because these skills are typically more sought after by facilities, which usually means higher pay.

Flexibility

Optimal candidates for $100K travel nursing jobs should be minimally selective about location—you’ll need to be willing to go where the money is. For example, while southern Florida may be your dream destination for a travel assignment, six-figure jobs may be more common in rural areas where it’s more difficult for healthcare facilities to attract nurses. For high-paying jobs, you’ll need to focus more on the dollar amount and less on the locale.

Timeliness

High-paying travel nursing jobs attract a larger pool of applicants. To land $100K assignments, candidates need to act quickly (jobs open today likely won’t be there tomorrow). This often means working with a recruiter you trust (and giving them the green light) to submit you for high-paying jobs as soon as they become available. When pursing $100K assignments, there really isn’t time for indecisiveness.

Ready to see what $100K travel nursing assignments are available today? Check out Tailored Healthcare Staffing’s custom $100K job board now.

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