They still sing about the Red River Valley in this ‘top of the Great Plains’ agricultural state on the Missouri River, which was home to a branch of the Sioux. Population here was sparse until the railroads arrived. Farming and cattle support North Dakota, although its population is declining, in part because of the rugged weather. The people here, descendents of Germans and Scandinavians, are grateful for attention, and for good work, and Medical Travelers Inc. has found that travel nurses are frequently welcomed into a home and made to feel like family. The pay is not great, but expenses are low, and the interpersonal rewards can be very gratifying. And and fishing, including ice fishing, are popular pursuits. Fargo, Bismark, and Grand Forks have a pressing need for travel nurses, and Medical Travelers Inc. has positions open in smaller facilities as well. In addition to the main universities, there are five tribal colleges. This is a place that appreciates honest hard work, and will reward travel nurses for their diligence every way it can.
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