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This is a discussion on LPN-Accepted a position on cardiac stepdown in Cardiac Nursing, part of Nursing Specialties ... Im curious. Im a brand new LPN and jus accepted a position on a cardiac stepdown unit and the rate...by Rico84 Nov 4, '11Im curious. Im a brand new LPN and jus accepted a position on a cardiac stepdown unit and the rate is $19.64 do you guys think this is a good start rate?? I'm more excited to learn all about cardiac disease's than the rate and am beyond excited to take care of them! but I'm wondering where im at compared to other new grads
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- Nov 4, '11 by Ashley, PICU RNYou need to tell us what state/area you are in for us to give you any useful replies.
Is that a good salary in south California? No way. North Jersey? Not really. Rural Maine? You bet.
Why don't you do a google search for the average LPN salary in your city and compare?
- Nov 4, '11 by Nhenry2BDitto Ashley's response!
- Nov 4, '11 by Rico84north east CLEVELAND, OHIO
- Nov 4, '11 by kiszithen that is a very good rate.
- Nov 4, '11 by agldragonRNcongratulations rico! nice to know lpns are still working in acute care. i never had the chance.
- Nov 5, '11 by canchaserVery good in st Louis I started as a LPn on step down 10 yrs ago at 17.00 with no benefits. They have since told all LPn to get rn or find a new job within 2 years. So I got my rn .
- Nov 5, '11 by FiremedicMikeConsider yourself extremely lucky, my wife went to LPN school in central Ohio. It took her about a year and a half to find a full-time job, and as far as she knows, she's still the only one in her class working full time. She makes 19/hour working assisted living..
- Nov 5, '11 by Ashley, PICU RNQuote from Rico84http://swz.salary.com/SalaryWizard/L...innati-OH.aspxnorth east CLEVELAND, OHIO
The median LPN salary in that area is about 40,000 dollars, which is roughly 21 dollars per hour for a full time position. So for a new grad with no experience, your salary looks great! Congratulations.
- Nov 5, '11 by wannabecnlLooks awesome; I'm starting as a new grad RN in a cardiac stepdown in NH and only making a couple bucks more an hour! So enjoy, learn lots, and keep us posted!