Louisiana is an awesome place to live and work. The Pelican State offers so much more than just Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street in New Orleans including world famous cuisine, a legendary music scene, amazing natural beauty and world renowned universities and medical centers.
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Louisiana offers a wide variety of adventures from wrestling alligators and deep-sea fishing to gambling at casinos and partying on Bourbon Street. It is famous for its Mardi Gras celebrations which last for several weeks. Louisiana's diverse population gives its food and culture a unique flavor and even the language can be different with its mix of Louisiana French and Creole words. Good eating abounds whether in the fine dining restaurants in New Orleans or the small seafood and Creole restaurants that offer a variety of local cuisine. Louisiana is the birthplace of jazz but also is home to rockabilly, gospel, and blues as well as the home of such famous musicians as the Neville Brothers and Harry Connick, Jr. Nursing jobs are available in small communities as well as Baton Rouge and New Orleans at Baton Rouge General, Charity Hospital, and Children's Hospital, just to name a few. Modern travel nursing got started here in late 1978 when 7 travel nurses from Boston started their first assignments at Tulane University Medical Center. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Louisiana.