International nurses in the U.S.A. can enjoy the experience of a lifetime!
International nurses are in demand throughout the United States. If you've ever
imagined working as an international nurse in the U.S.A and enjoying some time to
experience this diverse country, now is your chance.
Discover a new culture, make new friends and learn new skills at some of the world's
leading healthcare facilities. As an international nurse in the U.S.A., you can
enjoy tremendous professional development opportunities and a dynamic lifestyle.
Whether you are interested in short-term destinations or a long-term move that offers
more stability, NurseZone can help introduce you to all that America has to offer.
Perhaps the hardest decision that international nurses have to make when coming
to America is choosing exactly where to live and work. The possibilities are almost
endless! From the twinkling lights of New York City, to miles of sandy beaches in
California, the magnificent Rocky Mountains in the West, the quaint, tree-lined
streets of New England, to the South with its warm hospitality and rolling hillseach
destination holds its own kind of attraction. Different parts of the country also
offer vastly different climates, recreational opportunities, regional cuisine and
their own twist on art and culture.
Discover the many regions in the U.S.A. and let the adventure begin!
Do you prefer large cities and cultural centers, or smaller communities with a wealth
of outdoor recreation? Do you prefer warmer or cooler climates? To find the destinations
that fit best with your lifestyle preferences, browse NurseZone's state and city
Locate a state that you would like to visit and find out about its regional charm.
Our city profiles put all the facts at your fingertips regarding the top relocation cities in the nation. Check out other cities profiled on NurseZone by selecting from the menu below.
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Need some help in choosing your destination? Check out these resources:
Best Places - Find a destination based on what's important to you:
health, climate, cost of living, schools and more.
USA City Link - Listing of U.S. states and cities offering information
on travel, tourism and relocation.
YellowPages.com - City information, entertainment, shopping guides,
business listings, dining and weather.
Citysearch.com - Comprehensive city guide: Arts, attractions, hotels,
movies, music, nightlife, restaurants, shopping, and sports and recreation
CJR newspaper finder - Scan 11,000 American and Canadian local papers
to find out more about your prospective home.
Citytowninfo.com - A collection of information about various U.S.A.
cities and towns, including almanac-like reference data, property statistics, local
weather reports, links to official city Web sites and maps for almost 3,500 cities.
State and Local Government on the Net - This online directory provides
one-stop access to the Web sites of thousands of state agencies and city and county
Whether your vacation transportation is by plane, train or automobile, be prepared
for the weather conditions enroute and at your final destination.
CNN.com/weather - Five day forecasts for every city in the United
Weather.com — Check out the current travel forecast for your U.S.A.
Traveling to the United States to live and work can be the beginning of an unforgettable
adventure. Stay for a few months in one location, or extend your stay and visit
a variety of destinations. Each place has a charm of its own!
"Once my husband and I moved to the U.S. we worked less hours for more money. We
can actually go out to restaurants to eat, which we could never do in England. We
have more leisure time, can go on vacations, and, overall, have less stress to deal
- Katy Morgan, U.K. to U.S.A. Nurse
"The fact that we're from different countries such as South Africa, England, Korea,
the Philippines and Australia means we have a lot in common because we're all far
from home. But more than that, we support each other as nurses who are in the midst
of a staffing shortage. We all recognize there aren't enough nurses to go around.
We want each other to stay here and be happy. So we're open to each others differences,
and help each other out whenever we can."
- Fiona Ritchings, Australia to U.S.A. Nurse
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NurseZone can help nurses from other countries learn about the different regions,
customs and culture of life in the United States. Discover the adventures and opportunities
awaiting international nurses in the U.S.A.
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