The Beehive State
Utah is called the Beehive State because of early Mormon settlers admired the industriousness and perseverance of the bee. With all the stuff to do in Utah, you'll be as busy as one. (sorry)
Home to world famous ski resorts, film festivals and all around crazy beautiful national parks. Utah has one of the lowest cost of living in the nation. All told, this western state has some of the most exciting opportunities for travel nurses looking to spread their wings and discover one of America’s most beautiful and historic states.
The Great Salt Lake covers 2,100 square miles.
Utah is one of the most spectacularly scenic states in America. Home to five national parks, seven national monuments and two national recreation areas, there is plenty to explore and discover in Utah.
One of the most beautiful and famous places is Zion National Park which offers camping, hiking and spectacular ancient rock formations.
How many National Parks can you visit in 13 weeks?
Get Out There!
Utah’s capital city and host to the XIX Olympic Winter Games, Salt Lake City is a beacon for culture and tourism in Utah. As the state’s largest city, Salt Lake City is host to many conventions as well as professional sports teams.
Home to world famous Sundance Film Festival, Park City is also renown for its premier skiing and snowboarding spots. Visitors are treated to premium dining and nightlife options while taking in the natural beauty the area is famous for.
Brigham Young University, BYU and the Cougars call Provo home. As the tech hub of Utah, Provo is historically business friendly and hosts several successful start-up companies.
This eclectic city has one of the best farmers markets in the country. With a median age of 24, the Logan population is a young one, despite the rural and traditional culture of the city.