TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

RHODE ISLAND

 

TRAVEL

NURSE’S

GUIDE TO

RHODE

ISLAND

RHODE ISLAND BY THE NUMBERS

$73K
Average annual salary of a
registered nurse in RHODE ISLAND

12
NUMBER OF Hospitals in the sTate of RHODE  ISLAND

2%
LOWER HOUSING COSTS THAN
THE REST OF THE U.S.
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TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

A permanent registered nurse living in Rhode Island earns an average of $73,070 annually, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses working anywhere in the United States tend to earn 10-30% more than their permanent counterparts. Of course, earnings vary based on location, specialty and experience.

TRAVEL NURSE SALARY

A permanent registered nurse living in Rhode Island earns an average of $73,070 annually, according to Nurse Salary Guide. Travel nurses working anywhere in the United States tend to earn 10-30% more than their permanent counterparts. Of course, earnings vary based on location, specialty and experience.

HOW DO I GET MY RHODE ISLAND

NURSING LICENSE?

To acquire a Rhode Island nursing license, follow these steps:

To apply for a nursing license by endorsement in Rhode Island, you must have passed the NCLEX exam, and you must be licensed in another state. However, if your permanent residence is within a Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) state and you have a Multi-State license, do not apply for a Rhode Island license. Instead, click here to get more info about the NLC.

  • Apply online here.
  • Pay the $135 application fee.
  • You are only required to provide proof of residence if your primary address will be in Rhode Island.
  • Apply to the Department of Attorney General for a national background check. Click here for more info.
  • Verify licensures earned in other states. Use this site to verify licenses associated with jurisdictions that participate in Nursys. If you are licensed in AL, CA, HI, OK, PA or WV, you need to request that the appropriate board of nursing send verification directly to Rhode Island.

HOW DO I GET MY RHODE ISLAND NURSING LICENSE?

To acquire a Rhode Island nursing license, follow these steps:

To apply for a nursing license by endorsement in Rhode Island, you must have passed the NCLEX exam, and you must be licensed in another state. However, if your permanent residence is within a Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) state and you have a Multi-State license, do not apply for a Rhode Island license. Instead, click here to get more info about the NLC.

  • Apply online here.
  • Pay the $135 application fee.
  • You are only required to provide proof of residence if your primary address will be in Rhode Island.
  • Apply to the Department of Attorney General for a national background check. Click here for more info.
  • Verify licensures earned in other states. Use this site to verify licenses associated with jurisdictions that participate in Nursys. If you are licensed in AL, CA, HI, OK, PA or WV, you need to request that the appropriate board of nursing send verification directly to Rhode Island.

TRAVEL NURSE

OPPORTUNITIES IN RHODE ISLAND

TRAVEL NURSE OPPORTUNITIES IN RHODE ISLAND

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING

IN RHODE ISLAND

Our travel and housing experts look forward to helping you in finding excellent housing in Rhode Island. These statistics will help you get started:

The living wage in Rhode Island is $23,129 for a single adult. See the following statistics comparing Rhode Island apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 2% below the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 4% below the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 10% below the national average

Both cost of living and apartment rental prices are subject to change throughout the state. Please feel free to contact us to ask any questions. We look forward to assisting you!

TRAVEL NURSE HOUSING IN RHODE ISLAND

Our travel and housing experts look forward to helping you in finding excellent housing in Rhode Island. These statistics will help you get started:

The living wage in Rhode Island is $23,129 for a single adult. See the following statistics comparing Rhode Island apartment rental prices with the national average:

  • One-bedroom: 2% below the national average
  • Two-bedroom: 4% below the national average
  • Three-bedroom: 10% below the national average

Both cost of living and apartment rental prices are subject to change throughout the state. Please feel free to contact us to ask any questions. We look forward to assisting you!