CNA's/PCT's how much do you make? - page 13
I have a couple interviews for PCT positions, but I have no idea what to expect as a salary. I am a student nurse in NE FL. Please tell me where you live, your experience, and how much you make. I know I will probably have to... Read More
- 0new to area (dallas tx) moved from fl makin 15.67 includes base pay,3rd shift diff,prn diff,(weekend 2.00 more 17.67) worked in hospital as clinical tech for 8 mos been cna since 1998 but been in and out of the field.would like to know how much pct make in tx. i live closer to frisco/plano/mckinney tx area.
- 0HOW MUCH DO PCT MAKE IN DALLAS TX????????? Hello!!!! I would NEVER work in a nursing home after working in a hospital. You are respected more,and the work load is better. People dont hide. You are actually held more accountable for your assignment. Looking for PCT"s that work in dallas tx area that can tell me how much pct make. BASE -shift diff-weekend diff-
- 1HOW MUCH DO PCT MAKE IN DALLAS TX????????? Hello!!!! I would NEVER work in a nursing home after working in a hospital. You are respected more,and the work load is better. People dont hide. You are actually held more accountable for your assignment. Looking for PCT"s that work in dallas tx area that can tell me how much pct make. BASE -shift diff-weekend diff-
- 0Jan 24, '12 by KeepCalmCarryOnIn Austin, TX: $10.75/hr with no experience. Extra $1.30 for nights. 36 hrs/week, 12 hr shifts. Tuition reimbursement after 6 months of employment. Benefits are a bit expensive to me. I can buy a plan online for my husband and I for about half the price with similar benefits. Go to esurance.com to look at plans before you decide on taking your employer's benefits package.
- 0Jan 26, '12 by nickasarbataJust got a job at a hospital here in Austin, TX. No experience. Was offered $10.10 per hour for full-time, 12hr shifts, days. They do pay more for nights and weekends, but I have't found out how much yet (I think if you work weekend nights you'll make about $5 more per hour). They also have plenty of overtime available, and if you volunteer to come in on less than 24hrs notice they pay you $2 more per hour on top of your time and a half for overtime. So if you work 4 shifts per week instead of three, you can virtually double your salary for the week with just a little strategic planning!
They do offer full benefits, tuition reimbursement, and I was told at my interview that I'm basically guaranteed an RN job when I graduate if I work for them through nursing school. Pretty great to have my tuition paid and have a job waiting for me when I graduate! (I'm sure I'll have to work for them for at least a year or two as an RN if they're paying my tuition, but we haven't gotten that far in the conversation yet).
After working in NYC for years, this TX salary was a bit of a shocker. But cost of living here is much lower too!