Located between the Columbia River and Canada, Washington has vast tracts of breathtakingly stunning landscape. High mountains, such as Mount Ranier, rise above sparkling waters, with snowcapped peaks shimmering in the sun. The harbors in Puget Sound are full of nautical activity, and the deep forests of the Olympic Peninsula are among the rainiest areas in the world. The high-tech orientation of the major cities, such as Seattle, Spokane, or Tacoma, make it a good choice for travel nurses who want to absorb this atmosphere. The Lewis and Clark expedition ended here after crossing the arid semi-desert lands of the Cascade Range. During the Depression a number of dams were built here, including America’s largest, the Grand Coulee. In 1980 Mount St. Helens blew its stack, killing 57 people and establishing a permanent awareness of the importance of travel nurses; since that time Medical Travelers Inc. has enjoyed a good relationship with this state. The thriving economy includes the design and manufacture of jet aircraft (Boeing), computer software development (Microsoft, Amazon.com, Nintendo), electronics, biotechnology, aluminum production, lumber and wood products, mining, and tourism. Washington has significant hydroelectric power generation, and much trade with Asia pass through the ports of the Puget Sound. Agriculture here is also very strong. The state boasts forty colleges and universities and over a hundred hospitals, giving Medical Travelers Inc’s clients many options. Attractions in and around the international hub of Seattle are world-class, and there is much to see and do elsewhere. Theater, professional sports, historic sites, and nature excursions abound. There is also the Peace Arch in Blaine, the Mysterious Mima Mounds in Littlerock, the world’s largest frying pan in Long Beach, Olympia’s metal cows, the Troll Haven in Sequim, and the world’s largest egg in Winlock.
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