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JGS Lifecare

Longmeadow, MA

5 days ago
Nursing Supervisor (Full Time)

Heritage Hall West Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

4 days ago
Nursing Supervisor (Full Time)

Heritage Hall North Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

3 days ago
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN (Full Time)

Heritage Hall East Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

2 days ago
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN (Full Time)

Heritage Hall North Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

11 days ago
Nursing Supervisor (Full Time)

Heritage Hall East Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

10 days ago
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN (Part Time)

Heritage Hall Campus - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

11 days ago
Nursing Unit Assistant In Training Non-Certified (Part Time)

Heritage Hall South Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

5 days ago
Certified Nursing Assistant (Full Time)

Heritage Hall North Center - Genesis HealthCare

Agawam, MA

5 days ago
Registered Nurse (RN)

Aveanna Healthcare

Hartford, CT

11 days ago

Hartford Nursing Jobs Overview

Healthcare runs on nurses. Nurses both provide one-on-one care for patients and work in the background to keep hospitals, long-term care facilities, and private practices going. Nursing jobs are available in urgent care centers, military bases, schools, and even on cruise ships, and include a wide range of specialties like informatics, forensic, intensive care, geriatric, pediatric, psychiatric, and travel nursing.

Nursing jobs attract job seekers from various backgrounds, education, and work experiences. The one thing most nurses have in common is that they enjoy helping people and shaping their health. You'll conduct physical exams, give medication, sanitize medical equipment, talking with patients about symptoms, and prescribe medications.

Nurses enjoy flexible schedules, good pay, and a high demand for their skills. In fact, the demand for nurses is expected to continue to grow along with the aging population. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that registered nurse jobs will grow by 7% over the next 10 years.

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About Working in Hartford, Connecticut

Hartford is located in the heart of the Northeast and is the capital of Connecticut. The city is the headquarters of some of the largest insurance companies, earning it the nickname the "Insurance Capital of the World." But Hartford is also home to many historical attractions such as the Mark Twain House, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, and the Old State House, while its downtown is lined with slightly more modern music venues, theaters, restaurants, and parks. Want to live in one of the oldest and most historic cities in America? Insure your spot by checking out Monster's list of Hartford jobs.

Due to its healthy job market and above-average salaries, Hartford is a great place to live and work. Its cost of living is also lower than the state and national average, meaning you get more bang for your buck in Hartford. Want to expand your job search to a larger vicinity? Click on our job postings in Bristol, New Britain, and Middletown.

Update Your Hartford Nursing Resume

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Once your resume is squared away, it's time to write a professional cover letter to add to your application. We have a sample nursing cover letter that will help you to integrate your personality with your unique skills, talents, and background to truly shine to hiring managers.

How Much Do Nursing Jobs Pay in Hartford, Connecticut?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in nursing jobs in Hartford, Connecticut, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median charge nurse pay in Hartford is $77,976 per year, which is 5% higher than the national average.

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