How is Nomad different?
Nomad is different because we’re the first network to empower
nurses and medical employers to connect directly for travel
nursing jobs, instead of working through a third party recruiter.
Nurses benefit from having full transparency on all job details
upfront, and they can earn higher incomes from medical employers
that save money on recruiter fees. Plus Nomad is 100% online,
meaning that there’s no paperwork or phone calls.
Do I have to pay anything to use this service?
Nope. Nomad is completely free for all nurses.
What is travel nursing?
Travel nurses help play a critical role to fill staffing gaps
at medical facilities nationwide. Travel nurses enjoy the freedom
and flexibility of traveling to diverse destinations, and also
benefit from career growth and generous salaries. In some cases,
travel nurses can earn more than permanent pay rates. Shifts are
often in periods of eight to 13 weeks or longer and practice
settings include hospitals, private practices, clinics, and
What types of nurses can join Nomad?
Nomad welcomes all nurses that are licensed to work in the
United States, including all Registered Nurses and Licensed
Practical Nurses. All nurses must be graduates of an
accredited nursing program in the U.S. or Canada, and must have a
valid license or certification.
What experience is needed to be a travel nurse?
Minimum experience requirements vary based on the medical
employer and/or job location, but generally Registered Nurses
have 10-18 months of work experience. Licensed Practical Nurses
have more limited travel opportunities, and may need 5+ years of
What if I don’t have the necessary state license for a job?
Nomad automates state license applications. If there’s enough
time before the job starts, we’ll get your license for you.
In which states can I find jobs on Nomad?
Nomad is simplifying the way nurses find jobs across the country.
You can find great jobs in 14 states, including in Nurse Licensure
Compact States. The 14 states include Florida, Texas, New York,
Colorado, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia, Georgia, Illinois,
Washington, Oregon, Montana, North Carolina and South Carolina.
We are moving fast to include more states soon!
What is the Nurse Licensure Compact?
Developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing,
the Nurse Licensure Compact makes it easier for nurses living
in certain states to find travel nursing jobs across states. If
you are a nurse living in
one of 25 states
, you are can get a
multi-state nursing licenseto practice in all those states.
Do I need to make a minimum commitment to Nomad?
Nope. Nomad is all about independence. Work as much or as little
as you like.
What is the average pay?
Pay rates are given for each Nomad job upon login, and are
negotiable with medical employers.
How do I get paid?
All your payments are directly deposited into your bank account.
Everything is electronic and automatic. No paper checks.
Will my profile be visible to the public?
No. We take your privacy very seriously. Only Nomad-verified
employers will be able to see your information.