Starting Pay for New Grads RN's in Southern CA Starting Pay for New Grads RN's in Southern CA | allnurses

Starting Pay for New Grads RN's in Southern CA

  1. 0 Hi all,

    I have been trying to find accurate information about the starting salaries in a hospital environment around southern CA (preferably OC/LA county) and all the information I have come across were outdated. I was wondering if anyone can provide me insight on the starting hourly wage for New Grads in Socal, which hospital, and if it was due to a New Grad program or a regular nurse position.

    Thanks soo much! cheers!

    P.S. partial information would still help! thanks.

    P.S. I'm specifically looking for BSN RN New Grads
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  3. Visit  tnbutterfly profile page
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    Hello and welcome to the site. I moved your thread to the CA Nursing forum where you will get more response.
  4. Visit  SoCalGalRN profile page
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    Starting salary for a new grad at my community hospital is $28.60 per hour.
  5. Visit  perioddrama profile page
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    Quote from ann3h
    Hi all,

    I have been trying to find accurate information about the starting salaries in a hospital environment around southern CA (preferably OC/LA county) and all the information I have come across were outdated. I was wondering if anyone can provide me insight on the starting hourly wage for New Grads in Socal, which hospital, and if it was due to a New Grad program or a regular nurse position.

    Thanks soo much! cheers!

    P.S. partial information would still help! thanks.

    P.S. I'm specifically looking for BSN RN New Grads
    CHLA is around $28-ish. New grad program RN
    UCI/UCLA is around $33-ish. New grad program RN
  6. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    I'm further south than OC/LA, but new grads at my facility start in the low $30s. BSN/MSN grads make a little more (I think it's 50 cents an hour) than a non-BSN.
  7. Visit  StudentN123 profile page
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    Does anybody per chance know the starting pay in Riverside county?
  8. Visit  dah doh profile page
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    SoCal is high 20's to low 30's; depends on facility.
  9. Visit  RNdoglover profile page
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    I am San Diego new grad with a BSN at a medium to large hospital - starting this month- 36.00 + 4.00 shift diff for nights :-)
    Jayne47 likes this.
  10. Visit  ann3h profile page
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    thank you for the responses! it is giving me great insight in regards to this matter

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