Average Travel Dialysis Nurse Salary

$2,185/week

The average salary for a Travel Dialysis Nurse in Connecticut is $2,185 per week. This is 3% higher than the US average of $2,112.

Last updated on July 13, 2024. Based on 1 active jobs on Vivian.com in the last 7 days.

Travel Dialysis Nurse salaries in Connecticut compared to National Averages

$2,185/week

Connecticut

3% higher than the US average.

$2,112/week

United States

Average Travel Dialysis Nurse Weekly Pay Over Time
How does the pay for Travel Dialysis Nurses in Connecticut compare to nearby states?
Average Weekly SalaryMax Weekly Salary
Massachusetts$2,292$3,022
Vermont$2,257$2,785
New York$2,212$2,782
Pennsylvania$1,977$2,293
New Hampshire$1,925$2,166

Last updated on July 13, 2024. Information based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

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