RN pay in AR-what can I expect to make? - page 2
Hello all, Moving to NE/NC AR in July '06 from SoCal/OC. I know to expect a lower pay than what I make in CA but not sure how much. (I have 10 yrs RN experience, a BSN and mostly have worked ER,... Read More
Feb 15, '07in the little rock area there are several large hospitals and in hot springs there is a large va hospital...any of these can be accessed from the hiway system with little trouble...housing is cheaper in the country..
however the hot springs/jones mill area the house prices are suppose to be higher than anywhere else in state
Mar 20, '07Most jobs are in Ft Smith, Fayetteville, and Little Rock. Avg pay for LPN is $13 hr. Avg for RN is $25 hr. I know a few RN's that make about $30 hr in a specialty area. A few LPN's make $16-$17 doing hospice.
There is a state income tax. Low property taxes offset this. Real estate is reasonable.
Mar 22, '08I live in North Central Ar, and the New Grad RN pay starts out at $17.85 hr. I do not know where it goes from there. Good Luck. I love AR. myself.
Sep 30, '08Quote from military spouseWow! I grew up in Fullerton also! My husband and I moved to Arkansas Last year. And I know exactly where Kramer st. is. Placentia is a nice city and 569,000 really isnt too bad for a beautiful Ranch style house. Did you end up moving here to Arkansas??Would love to hear about your transition to AR! I grew up in Fullerton, followed military hubby for 20 years, now looking for a reasonable COL with inexpensive houses! My sister bought a $569,000 50 year-old rancher in Placentia, close to Kramer. Crazy!:spin: