Nurse jobs in Jackson, Michigan

Nurse jobs in Jackson, Michigan

Immediately south of Interstate 94, Jackson is a city in Jackson County and serves as its county seat. Its founding dates to 1829, it was named for President Andrew Jackson.

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    Registered Nurse - Home Care

    Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Detroit, Michigan with Corso Care

    Registered Nurse - Home Health Care CorsoCare City of Detroit and Surrounding Areas *Competitive Per-Visit Rates / Paid Mileage / Flexibl... View job

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    PCU/Tele RN - Monroe, MI - $49/hr - $1764/wk

    Per Diem RN/Tele job in Monroe, Michigan with Planet Healthcare

    Progressive Care / Telemetry RN Monroe, MI $49/hr (26/hr non taxed, 23 taxed/hr) Gross: $1764/wk $936/wk in non taxed stipends 13 week... View job

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    Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN - Hospice

    Per Diem LPN/Home Care job in Mishawaka, Indiana with HCR ManorCare

    Heartland Home Health Care and Hospice is part of the HCR ManorCare family, a leading provider of home health care, hospice care, skilled nu... View job

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    Registered Nurse - Home Care

    Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Midland, Michigan with Corso Care

    Registered Nurse - Home Health Care CorsoCare City of Midland and Surrounding Areas *Competitive Per-Visit Rates / Paid Mileage / Flexibl... View job

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    ICU RN - Monroe, MI - $49/hr - $1764/wk

    Per Diem RN/ICU job in Monroe, Michigan with Planet Healthcare

    ICU RN Monroe, Michigan $49/hr (26 non taxed/hr)(23 taxed/hr) gross: $1,764/wk $936/wk in non taxed stipends 36 hours a week 12 hour... View job

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Population: 33,496

In Jackson, Michigan, registered nurses can earn a reasonable $61,138 on average. Major healthcare centers include Allegiance Health and Heartland Health Center, meaning that there is diversity for those looking for a hospital position. Other nursing employers include Great Lakes Home Health Services and the Center for Family Health. Jackson has a population of over 33,000. Located towards the south of the state, Jackson is a very lively and pleasant place to live, thanks to its well-organized public events for citizens of all ages, and its attractions such as Cascade Falls, Coe House Museum and the Jackson Crossing and Westwood malls. Opportunities for education in Jackson are high, thanks to Jackson Community College’s nursing and healthcare courses. Healthcare is the second most popular field of study at JCC, allowing progression for all levels of nursing

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