The Windy City



Destination: Illinois

Bustling Chicago or suburban cities—whatever your style—there are plenty of travel nursing jobs in one of the many cities in the state of Illinois. Illinois is nicknamed "the Prairie State," because of its farmland, forests, rolling hills and wetlands, and don't forget the lakes! Chicago, one of the biggest cities in the U.S. is located right on beautiful Lake Michigan.

If you love big cities, you'll love Metropolitan Chicago.

Television shows like Chicago Med may portray the life of a nurse or doctor in Illinois' largest city—but you'll know once you go—there's no mimicking the realness you'll experience here. When you're not in one of the city's many hospitals or facilities, you'll love all of the attractions, restaurants, museums, and more. If this will be your first time living in a big city, you'll be in awe skyscrapers such as the John Hancock Center, Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), or Tribune Tower.

You're a city slicker now.

"Midwest is Best"


Featured Cities

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Small town Galena located in Northwest Illinois brings all the charm with well-preserved 19th-century buildings, quant shops, and all around charisma only found in movies. There's a lot of history to be discovered, such as the Ulysses S. Grant Home, which was a gift from local citizens to the Civil War general who later became our U.S. president.

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The home of Abraham Lincoln from 1837 until 1861, Springfield, is the largest city in Central Illinois. In Springfield, you'll find the Lincoln Tomb is the final resting place of our 16th president, the old state capitol, the Illinois State Museum, and many more historically significant sights.


Illinois Nursing Jobs

Does Illinois sound like your perfect destination? We can help you get there! Search these current nursing jobs in the state of Illinois or contact us now to speak to a recruiter about your travel assignment. 

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