I think most companies require a year or two but with pandemic things might’ve changed. Tbh, you might not want to travel as a new grad. I would at least get a year because you are on your own as a travel nurse and other nurses might not be willing to help (speaking from experience). There are so many unanswered questions as a new grad
No. You really need experience
The money you can earn from travel nursing is great, but it's not worth you risking your license. As a travel RN you will be used and abused, and need a solid foundation in order to manage the workload and keep your patients safe.
No very important to have experience .
Definitely not. Travel nursing is meant for experienced nurses who can jump right in with little orientation. You can’t do that as a new grad.
The best thing I heard regarding being a travel nurse is, you have to be prepared/skilled enough to care for the most critical/sick patients on the unit. If the answer is no, maybe you are not ready to travel.