Boost Your Bottom Line in West Virginia
You already know that working in allied healthcare has plenty of perks: getting to improve your patients' quality of life, working in elite medical centers and a solid paycheck. But taking a travel position in West Virginia can add up to even more. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the average diagnostic sonographer in a traditional permanent position makes around $1,495 per week. But travel sonographer positions in West Virginia can pay up to $2,013 per week with Med Travelers. Your earning potential depends on your specialty and years of experience, but in general, you can make more in a travel position because you're filling an immediate need.
And the perks don't stop with the paycheck. At Med Travelers, we also ensure our partners get access to full health benefits, retirement plans and the support of our dedicated recruiters to help you through every step of your journey.