Missouri truly is the gateway between the east and west of America. St. Louis is a tourist town and a bustling city teeming with attractions and a strong cultural tradition. The Gateway Arch reflects St. Louis’ role in the Westward Expansion of the United States during the nineteenth century. The park is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson’s role in opening the West, to the pioneers who helped shape its history, and to Dred Scott who sued for his freedom in the Old Courthouse. An assignment in the Missouri area would not be complete without an evening spent in the Clayton Business District or BBQ from Ladue.
If you’re in Missouri during the summer, check out the stunning cathedrals and national parks that take you to a hidden world unlike elsewhere in the country.
Timeline: 7-10 business days, Valid for 6 months
Processing Fee: N/A
Timeline: 7-10 business days
Cost: $55.00 (temp fee included in this cost)
Processing Fee: N/A
Walk Thru: Yes
Phone Number: 573-751-0681
Fax Number: 573-751-0075
The Missouri Board of Registered Nursing processes permanent and temporary licenses for Registered Nurses. Temporary licenses are available. If you're interested in a travel nursing assignment in Missouri, a temporary license is perfect if you're seeking two or fewer contract positions. If you're looking for longer term travel nursing contracts in Missouri a permanent license might be the right option for you. Missouri is a walk through state and is affiliated with the Nurse Licensure Compact or Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). The Missouri Board of Registered Nursing is affiliated with NURSYS. If you run into any trouble applying for or acquiring your RN license in MO, feel free to contact us, we'd love to help you get licensed. Below you'll find additional resources for acquiring and renewing your Missouri Registered Nurse License.
For Instagram-worthy cuisine (especially BBQ) at every turn, there are few places more suitable than Missouri. The famed Missouri Barbecue Trail stretches 21 restaurants across the state and features picture-perfect, smokin'-hot spots nestled along the route. Missouri for a summer is an experience you will never forget. The state of Missouri was named after a tribe of Sioux Indians of the state called the Missouris. The word "Missouri" means "wooden canoe people" or "he of the big canoe. Missouri is the home to seemingly endless sites of American history and classic American architecture. You can visit the Missouri State Museum in the state capitol, or even explore the childhood home of Mark Twain in Hannibal. This resort city attracts visitors with its boats, world-class cuisine and popular landscape. While this area is gorgeous year round, summers are especially enticing. With entertainment every night, bike paths, outdoor restaurants and vendors lining the town, you’ll never get bored! If you arrive without an agenda for your free time, head out on the town and prepare for an adventure unlike any other. After all… “Missouri is the Show Me State.” If you're interested in pursuing a position as a travel nurse in Missouri, check out our jobs or apply today.
The average salary for a Travel Nurse is $1,382 per week in Missouri, which meets the national average. Salary estimates are based on salaries submitted anonymously by Travel Nurse employees, users, and collected from past and present job advertisements in the past 36 months. The typical tenure for a Travel Nurse in Missouri is less than 1 year.
Average Travel Nursing salaries for job postings in Missouri are equivalent to average Travel Nursing salaries for job postings nationwide. The average salary ranks 17th among states in the country. If you're considering becoming a travel nurse we'd love to work with you. Check out some of our current open travel nurse jobs in Missouri.
The demand for registered nurses in Missouri tracks along with the national averages in other states. While demand will vary by specialty and facility, demand in locations that are near to metropolitan areas (such as St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Columbia) will tend to be higher. St. Louis is a large and populous area with a need for qualified nurses throughout the state. Cost of living varies by location; and many travel nurses working in Missouri find that our benefits add extra value to their compensation. Some nursing specialties are in higher demand than others. The following RN specialties have some of the highest demand.
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