The demand for home health travel nursing jobs is growing due to the aging of the baby boomer demographic. With varying duties that include post-surgery care, wound care management, vital check-ins, and medication distribution, our home health travel nurses can also fulfill some of their own career goals and bucket list wishes as they travel across the United States to care for patients.
How much do home health travel nurses make? According to Glassdoor.com, full-time staff home health nurses make around $68,885 per year, or $1,325 a week. On the other hand, as a home health travel nurse with AMN healthcare, you’ll perform the exact same duties but have the ability to earn between $1,164 to $3,084* a week, which works out to about $40,090* for a 13-week assignment.
*Disclaimer: Wages for Home Health travel jobs are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.