Try Travel Nursing in San Diego for Spring - Bliss!
Not only can you find high-paying San Diego travel nursing jobs for Spring, you'll find a lifestyle and culture scene here that enriches you!
Are you an RN who loves perfect weather, beautiful scenery and tons of entertainment options?
Those of you who have been lucky enough to work San Diego travel nursing jobs, know there’s a lot going on here, like the Mission Federal Artwalk in April. The event takes place in San Diego’s historic Little Italy on what has been—for the last 30 years—glorious Spring weather for this long-lived festival. You'll be able to commission an on-site portrait, or simply find a souvenir in almost every medium to dress up your free private housing. Bookmark this site to add Little Italy's special events to your social calendar.
The best way to get to Little Italy is by MTS trolley or shuttle. For easiest access, park at the Horton Plaza and catch the trolley on the corner of Cedar and Beech Street. Driving directions are available by clicking here.
Once you step off the trolley at County Center/Little Italy this whole historic area, once an Italian fishing village, is your oyster.
Nearby San Diego areas, like Balboa Park, will make RNs want to learn even more about this beautiful location and its perfect climate. Plus, Disneyland in Anaheim is only a short two hour drive away!
We have California travel nursing jobs in well known cities throughout the state, from the the northern hills and valleys (think San Francisco and Napa Valley) to the sun and sea of Southern Cal. (Los Angeles and beyond)
To prove that the rest of California can be amazing, too, we’ll leave you with a quote from one of our travelers and his travel nurse spouse.
“50 States has given my wife, DeAnna, and I, the opportunity to travel together as healthcare professionals. DeAnna is a nurse and I am a PT. 50 States has allowed us to work with just one representative, which is rare. We have been packaged as a team and have scored high paying jobs in perfect locations, close to big cities. We are living the life!”