Arizona Pay Scale......

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    We are think about moving to Arizona or Nevada.......
    I am nurse with 10 years oncology nursing experience. I make $31.05/hr.
    Is this comparable to Arizona pay?
    Thanks a million......

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    I make a dollar less than you with less than 3 years experience. Yes, I would say it is comparable.
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    Great-thanks for the info.
    But I should add/ask.....I work in a clinic.
    So I work NO weekend's/No Holidays.....
    Considering this is it still comparable?

    Thanks a bunch.....
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    Average AZ RN salary is about the same as the national average. The national median hrly rate is between $25.50 and $33.80 for RNs with 10-19 yrs experience.

    http://www.payscale.com/research/US/...N)/Hourly_Rate

    From what I've seen clinics pay slightly less than bedside.
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    Good to know!
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    I am wondering the same thing. Looking to relocate from TX to AZ...I make 23 as an ICU nurse with 2 years experience. What do nurses in the Phoenix Metroplex make? I have been seeing a range of 22-50. I would like to know what to expect. If you work in AZ, what do YOU make as an RN? Thanks!!!!!
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    Quote from courtneykohler
    I am wondering the same thing. Looking to relocate from TX to AZ...I make 23 as an ICU nurse with 2 years experience. What do nurses in the Phoenix Metroplex make? I have been seeing a range of 22-50. I would like to know what to expect. If you work in AZ, what do YOU make as an RN? Thanks!!!!!

    $30/hr with 2.5 yrs experience. I just relocated to TX and pay stinks. Same cost of living as AZ where I am located.
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    Quote from courtneykohler
    I am wondering the same thing. Looking to relocate from TX to AZ...I make 23 as an ICU nurse with 2 years experience. What do nurses in the Phoenix Metroplex make? I have been seeing a range of 22-50. I would like to know what to expect. If you work in AZ, what do YOU make as an RN? Thanks!!!!!
    I think with your experience, you should get about 27-29 an hour base. The hard part will be finding a job!
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    Quote from Kabin
    Average AZ RN salary is about the same as the national average. The national median hrly rate is between $25.50 and $33.80 for RNs with 10-19 yrs experience.

    http://www.payscale.com/research/US/...N)/Hourly_Rate

    From what I've seen clinics pay slightly less than bedside.
    That doesn't really hold true in my experience. Most people I know (myself included) with about 2-3 years HOSPITAL experience (not LTC, MD office, etc.) earn anywhere from $28.50 to $30.00 an hour (not including overtime, call, etc). Top level at most Valley hospitals can hit around $42.00-$43.00. The few folks I know who have about 10 years experience or so earn around $37.00-$38.00. The national average is kind of low...


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