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State Resources : California

   Travel Nursing Jobs in California

Link to California Board of Nursing

400 R Street, Suite 4030 PO Box 944210
Sacramento, California 95814

Phone: (916) 327-3350
Fax: (916) 327-4402

Fees:
Initial licensing fee, RN: $195.00
License renewal (biennial), RN: $80.00

Continuing Education Requirements:
30 contact hours per renewal period.

Notes:


California travel nursing jobs are plentiful. For one thing, it is a gigantic state with so many places to go you could almost carve out a travel nursing career there without ever leaving the borders! There is the exotic Northern part of the state with unparalleled beauty, rocky shorelines, and quaint little towns.

There is the San Francisco Bay area sharing geography with cutting edge Silicon Valley, ( 50 miles South centered in San Jose). The Central Coast area gives you both the beaches of Santa Barbara and the wineries of San Ynez Valley all within 2 hour driving distance of Los Angeles. Hollywood, Disneyland, the Dodgers, the Angels, the Lakers. What can you say about LA? And two more hours to the South is San Diego. MORE beaches, a world class zoo, museums to die for, and Mexico 30 minutes away.

Most of our travel nursing agencies have jobs in California.



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Questions on travel nursing
Q:
Does any agency pay traveling nurses as indepentant contractor and wages are reported on 1099 instead of W-2.

A:
I do not know the answer to this but am going to poll my customers and find out. I\'ll let you know. My strong suspicion is that the answer is no. My understanding of the independent contractors laws would preclude one being an IC if they were told when and where to work. The inherent scheduling requirements involved in nursing probably would throw that option out. I\'ll ask around.
Conrad is the founder of Nursetown.com and TravelnursingUSA.com.

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