Wisconsin, the cheesehead capital of the world, is a thriving beautiful state known for its farms, its rivers and lakes, and its long Lake Michigan shore; it also touches Lake Superior. It is home to some of the best colleges and hospitals in America, and is an excellent destination for travel nurses. This German-American enclave first depended on the fur trade but then shifted to mining, lumbering, and farming to support its growing population. Medicine and education dominate the story today, leading Medical Travelers Inc. to place this state near the top of its list. Known for the Dells, the Door Peninsula and the chain of islands at its tip, Wisconsin boasts several world-class hospitals in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison, Kenosha, Appleton, Oshkosh, and Racine, which have long accepted travel nurses to fill their growing needs. Wisconsin is noted for its cultural offerings and nature-oriented activities. The roads are good, as is the pay and benefits for travel nurses. There’s plenty to see, including the Angel Museum in Beloit, the world’s largest badger in Birnamwood, the giant cardinal in Darlington, the killer elephant in Delavan, the UFO Capital in Dundee, the World Champion Tick Race in Fifield, the world’s largest fiberglass fish in Hayward, the world’s largest six-pack in LaCrosse, and the site of Sputnik’s crash in Manitowoc.
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