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Everything you need to know about Travel Nursing in Wyoming
Wyoming is the least populated state in the nation, which makes it the perfect location for travelers seeking some wide-open spaces and a slower pace of life. Meanwhile, travel nurses and travel allied health pros who take an assignment here can also explore stunning national parks, modern cities, and historic sites. Many travelers also benefit financially during an assignment here as Wyoming has the 10th-lowest cost of living in the U.S.
With its seven national parks and consistent need for travel nurses, Wyoming is a perfect place to launch or continue your travel nurse or travel allied health career! Plus, when you take an assignment in Wyoming with Medical Solutions, you’ll have access to your pick of fulfilling travel nurse jobs with great pay and benefits. Our traveler benefits include day-one medical, dental, and vision insurance; 401(k) with company match; license and certification reimbursements; unlimited $600 loyalty and referral bonuses; safe, pet-friendly housing; and a free employee assistance program. Plus, your own dedicated recruiter who’s always looking out for you and your career.
Wyoming is also is ranked 10th-lowest for cost of living — coming in well below the national average — and the average annual nurse salary is $73,130. That makes The Equality State a great place to earn a great living, especially since many travelers here can often earn more than permanent staff.
Best Hospitals in Wyoming
U.S. News & World Report’s 2021/2022 Best Hospitals list evaluated 32 hospitals in Wyoming, including that were ranked “High Performing” in various procedures and conditions. These hospitals include Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in Cheyenne, Cody Regional Health Medical Center in Cody, Star Valley Medical Center in Alton, St. John’s Medical Center and Living Center in Jackson, and Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. Especially with its more rural population, Wyoming also has many other traveler-friendly hospitals, facilities, and clinics throughout the state.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best States list ranked Wyoming at #35 overall, as well as #8 for infrastructure and #13 for natural environment. With that high mark for natural environment, Wyoming is a top location for travelers hoping to explore its beautiful scenery, make a difference in patient care, and sharpen their skills while building their resume!
Wyoming Nurse Licensure
Wyoming is currently a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC). The NLC allows nurses to practice in other NLC states without getting additional state licenses. New states are frequently joining so keep an eye on the latest NLC map. In the meantime, our licensing team and your recruiter is always happy to help you with any Wyoming state licensing questions.
To Do and See in Wyoming
Wyoming may have a smaller population, but it’s chock-full of national parks! When you’re on assignment here you can explore Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Devil’s Tower National Monument, Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Fossil Butte National Monument, and John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway. State parks and other natural wonders also abound here for outdoor lovers — from ski slopes to hot springs.
Cheyenne is the state’s largest city where you can enjoy shopping, dining, tour the iconic state capitol building and the Wyoming State Museum, and more. In late July, visitors flock from near and far for the famous Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. Jackson is another favorite, tucked in a gigantic valley, with charming western appeal, dining, shopping, and galleries galore.
Speaking of dining, iconic Wyoming cuisine includes elk, Rocky Mountain oysters, bison burgers and jerky, rack of lamb, chokecherries, trout, chicken fried steak and sausage gravy, and more.
Quick Wyoming Facts
- State Nickname: The Equality State, The Cowboy State
- Capital City: Cheyenne
- Largest Cities: Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs
- Charming Towns: Cody, Jackson, Buffalo, Dubois, Lander
- Cost of Living: 10th-lowest cost of living in U.S.
- Average RN Salary: $73,130
- Random Trivia: Wyoming is dubbed The Equality State because it was the first state to give women the right to vote and to serve on a jury. It also elected the country’s first woman governor.
We connect care by staffing top healthcare facilities in Wyoming with brilliant Travel Nurses.
Personalized Pay Packages
Travel Nurses working in Wyoming enjoy a personalized payment package with great wage rates, licensure and certification reimbursement, a 401(k) with an immediately vested company contribution, loyalty and referral bonuses, and more.Learn More
We offer our travel nurses and travel allied health professionals day one medical, dental, and vision insurance, plus the option of several additional voluntary benefits, including life, long-term disability, critical illness, accident, hospital indemnity, and AD&D insurance.Learn More
Employee Assistance Program
Current travelers also have automatic, free access to our employee assistance program (EAP) through Cigna, which includes eight free counseling sessions and many more free resources to support you and your family in every facet of life.Learn More
Travel Nurse Housing
When it comes to making a home in your latest location, Medical Solutions travelers have the option of company-provided, private, fully furnished, secure, pet-friendly housing arranged by our expert housing team or a non-taxable housing stipend that helps you arrange and pay for your own housing costs, depending on your eligibility and location.Learn More