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TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

CONNECTICUT

 

TRAVEL NURSE’S GUIDE TO CONNECTICUT

CONNECTICUT BY THE NUMBERS

$75K
Average annual salary of a
registered nurse in CONNECTICUT

45
NUMBER OF Hospitals in the sTate of CONNECTICUT

21%
HIGHER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.

CONNECTICUT BY THE NUMBERS

$75K
Average annual salary of a
registered nurse in CONNECTICUT

45
NUMBER OF Hospitals in the sTate of CONNECTICUT

21%
HIGHER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.
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TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

In Connecticut, a permanent nurse makes an average of $74,815 annually, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses tend to earn 10-30% more than permanent RNs, though salaries fluctuate based on location, specialty, and experience.

TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

In Connecticut, a permanent nurse makes an average of $74,815 annually, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses tend to earn 10-30% more than permanent RNs, though salaries fluctuate based on location, specialty, and experience.

HOW DO I GET MY CONNECTICUT

NURSING LICENSE?

To obtain a Connecticut nursing license, a travel nurse must do the following:

  • Complete the online application.
  • Submit the fee of $180.
  • Request official transcript of nursing education.
  • If you finished your education under a different last name, request that your school of nursing make note of your current last name on the submitted documentation.
  • Request that verifications of all licenses held—whether current or expired—be sent from the appropriate state, territory or province. For jurisdictions that participate in Nursys, verify here. For jurisdictions that don’t participate in Nursys, use this form.
  • If you have a current RN license in another jurisdiction, you are eligible to receive a 120-day temporary permit to be a nurse in Connecticut while you wait for your full licensure.
  • You may send all documents to this address:

Connecticut Department of Public HealthRN Licensure
410 Capitol Ave., MS #12 APP
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134

To contact the Connecticut Department of Public Health, email dph.nursingteam@ct.gov or call (860) 509-7603.

HOW DO I GET MY CONNECTICUT NURSING LICENSE?

To obtain a Connecticut nursing license, a travel nurse must do the following:

  • Complete the online application.
  • Submit the fee of $180.
  • Request official transcript of nursing education.
  • If you finished your education under a different last name, request that your school of nursing make note of your current last name on the submitted documentation.
  • Request that verifications of all licenses held—whether current or expired—be sent from the appropriate state, territory or province. For jurisdictions that participate in Nursys, verify here. For jurisdictions that don’t participate in Nursys, use this form.
  • If you have a current RN license in another jurisdiction, you are eligible to receive a 120-day temporary permit to be a nurse in Connecticut while you wait for your full licensure.
  • You may send all documents to this address:

Connecticut Department of Public HealthRN Licensure
410 Capitol Ave., MS #12 APP
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134

To contact the Connecticut Department of Public Health, email dph.nursingteam@ct.gov or call (860) 509-7603.

TRAVEL NURSE OPPORTUNITIES

IN CONNECTICUT

TRAVEL NURSE
OPPORTUNITIES IN CONNECTICUT

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING

IN CONNECTICUT

Our travel and housing department would love to help you find great housing in Connecticut. To help you prepare, here are some relevant statistics about housing prices in the state:

In Connecticut, the living wage is $26,020 for a single adult. Here are some statistics comparing Connecticut apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 21% above the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 22% above the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 17% above the national average

Apartment rental prices vary based on location factors, such as whether or not the apartment is located in a large city. Please contact us with any questions or concerns about housing choices in Connecticut. We will be happy to assist.

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING IN CONNECTICUT

Our travel and housing department would love to help you find great housing in Connecticut. To help you prepare, here are some relevant statistics about housing prices in the state:

In Connecticut, the living wage is $26,020 for a single adult. Here are some statistics comparing Connecticut apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 21% above the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 22% above the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 17% above the national average

Apartment rental prices vary based on location factors, such as whether or not the apartment is located in a large city. Please contact us with any questions or concerns about housing choices in Connecticut. We will be happy to assist.