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State Resources : Hawaii

   Travel Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

Link to Hawaii Board of Nursing

Professional & Vocational Licensing Division, PO Box 3469
Honolulu, Hawaii 96801

Phone: (808) 586-3000
Fax: (808) 586-2689

Fees:
Initial licensing fee, RN: $88.00
License renewal (biennial), RN: $90.00

Continuing Education Requirements:
None

Notes:



What can you say about Hawaii!

One would think the Hawaii travel jobs would be hard ot come by because of demand, but guess what? There are LOTS of traveling nurse jobs in Hawaii.

Honolulu is a large metropolitan city that just happens to be attached to Waikiki Beach. Major hospitals in Honolulu have the same nursing shortage they have everywhere. Cosnequently they tun to the tavel nursing profession to help fill it.

The good news, is that there is virtually no bad time of year to come to Hawaii so you can take your assignments during the "season" in the Summer when the beaches are packed with tourists or you can come during the Winter months.....when the beaches are packed with tourists!

Hawaii travel nurses can choose from so many different outdoor activities we hesitate to point them all out. And inter-island travel is a snap. Mauii and Kauaii, (not to mention Hawaii and Molokai) are easy weekend trips. And just for the record, some of the outer islands have travel nursing jobs too.

Hawaii calls!

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ASK CONRAD
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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