The Keystone State

Destination: Pennsylvania

Once the heart of the British colonial empire, Pennsylvania boasts a rich history and a range of experiences. Today it’s known as a leader in the healthcare industry; perfect place for a travel nursing job. Heaven for history buffs, Gettysburg is the site of the biggest battle of the Civil War. It’s also where Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. A steam train is a great way to take in the sights and learn more about America’s railroad history. There are a variety of trains throughout PA with different amenities. Bursting with brilliant colors, taking a train in the Fall is the best way to experience the changing foliage.

Travel nursing has independence written all over it.

Visit Hershey where you can learn all about the legacy of Milton S. Hershey and his chocolate empire. Here you can create your own candy bar, indulge in a chocolate tasting, or visit the nearby theme park. Where else can you visit a town built on chocolate? If we’re still talking about food, you have to try Philly cheesesteaks, soft pretzels, and pierogis. Looking for a cold drink to wash down all that food? Grab yourself a signature Philadelphia style porter or Yuengling, which happens to be created at America’s oldest brewery.

Visit the city of brotherly love.

"Birthplace of America"

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Known as the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia is also the home of the world famous cheesesteak. The Independence Hall is both the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and essentially the birthplace of America. Take a guided tour and learn about the courageous men that defied the King of England and rebelled their way into the history books. While you’re in Philadelphia, be sure to visit some of the fun rooftop bars in the area. Skygarden is Philly’s highest beer garden, and at Bok Bar you can have amazing Vietnamese food to go with your drinks. Our favorite thing to do in Philly? Run up the steps like Rocky of course!


Once famous for its steel mills and blast furnaces, Pittsburgh is consistently ranked among the best places to live and travel to. It was also named “No. 1 Food City” by Zagat, which means you’ll never get tired of eating at the award-winning restaurants. Get your culture on at the Carnegie Museums which include: the Carnegie Museum of Arts, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and the Andy Warhol Museum. If that wasn’t enough, Pittsburgh is often known for its friendly residents, affordability, and how walkable it is.

Pennsylvania Nursing Jobs

If New York is a place where people go to reinvent themselves; Pennsylvania is a place where people discover who they are. Ready to feel the freedom of a travel nursing career? Search our current jobs below or contact a recruiter to help find your ideal Pennsylvania travel nursing assignment.

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