What is the average salary for a RN graduate in N. California the bay area??? - page 3

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    a former classmate of mine is trying to convince me to relocating to california from texas. he has 4 years of experience, works night, and says he makes up to $75/hr as an rn in the bay area, ca? is this true, because i am seriously in doubt. i am barely making $29/hr here in fort worth, tx

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    Quote from jean36
    a former classmate of mine is trying to convince me to relocating to california from texas. he has 4 years of experience, works night, and says he makes up to $75/hr as an rn in the bay area, ca? is this true, because i am seriously in doubt. i am barely making $29/hr here in fort worth, tx
    that's possible.
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    it's time for me to move to Califonia
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    Yeah, but the cost of living (and not just the salary) is high here too.
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    Not to mention the competition here for jobs- experienced or not- is very tough
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    Definitely rethink it, it is very difficult to get a job in Northern California. Apartments are terribly expensive, Houses start at 600K. The more money you make also the more money you are taxed, so it's not necessarily going to be as much money as one hopes.
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    I think the safe route is make sure you have a job here before you move.
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    I'm currently in nursing school at University of San Francisco and I hope to graduate in 2014. Do you guys think the job market here in the bay area will improve by then? *fingers crossed.
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    Quote from ninaroque92
    I'm currently in nursing school at University of San Francisco and I hope to graduate in 2014. Do you guys think the job market here in the bay area will improve by then? *fingers crossed.
    I think the job market has always been tight in the bay area, because you are in the area, you have an advantage in making contacts and connections starting now. I'd do that ASAP.
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    I am considering relocating from northern cali to southern cali as well. My pay at this point would be a $20.00 difference. ouch! But thank you for reminding me about the taxes and cost of living decrease. The best difference is the quality of life i am looking for.


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