CNA's/PCT's how much do you make? CNA's/PCT's how much do you make? - pg.9 | allnurses

CNA's/PCT's how much do you make? - page 9

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... Read More

  1. Visit  Poi Dog profile page
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    I live somewhere on the Pacific Ocean and I make diddly squat/hour
    Last edit by Poi Dog on Aug 22, '11
  2. Visit  maxcat profile page
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    I may have posted on this a long time ago, but anyways, I make a base rate of $11.50ish per hour. $2 for weekends, $1 for evening, $3 for night. So on a weekend night, you are at $16.50. And $1/hour if you take a call in or heavy duty shifts (working short). It's not horrendous, here.... in western CO. LPNs start at $18...not much more than the CNAs!
  3. Visit  DreamyEyes profile page
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    I make $14.75 an hour on nights in the NH/MA area. This is in assisted living.
  4. Visit  NENE RN profile page
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    I'm a mst/pca in Columbus ohio. I ve been on the job for 3 years 11.20/hr prn.
  5. Visit  VanLpn profile page
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    I worked in LTC making $21.50 an hour plus 10% instead of benefits. I hated it and took a pay cut as a pych tech. Now I get 18.36 an hour plus 10% instead of benefits. I cannot imagine doing this work for 9 busks an hour. I worked at starbucks and made that and it was way less stress. Vancouver is a pricey place to live so salaries are higher than a place like Iowa. An RN starts out at almost $30 an hour base salary here for compasison.
  6. Visit  hsienko profile page
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    when i prn cover cna shifts, i get 7.52$/hour with no benefits. I generally pass on the opportunity to do this.
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  7. Visit  turnforthenurse profile page
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    I used to work as a PCNA (patient care nursing assistant) and also a NT (nurse tech).

    Northeastern Ohio

    PCNA: $11.50/hour + $1 shift differential. PRN, no benefits. If you worked part-time or full-time your pay was lower but you would get benefits.

    NT: $10.77/hr + $0.50 shift differential. All NT's were hired on a PRN basis, no benefits. By the time I resigned (because I was relocating) I was making $11.27/hr.
  8. Visit  Little Miss Coffee profile page
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    Just got offered a job in CT and was told my pay would be $12/hour for 32 hours/week.
  9. Visit  akanini profile page
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    In my facility, the CNAs make $15.96 an hour. LTC. Brooklyn, NY
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  10. Visit  Nurse_Diane profile page
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    PCTs/CNAs are tremendously important in healthcare... I respect my CENAs, they are my eyes and ears.

    You are ALL underpaid.. But I at least hope most of you are appreciated.:redpinkhe

    Diane, RN
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  11. Visit  Jhely06182009 profile page
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    I just got an offer in a post acute in Atlanta Ga.The pay is $ 9.25 with no experience;I feel so disappointed.I will take it while looking for another cna job.
  12. Visit  adam henson profile page
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    i wrk in mich. as an na. not cna or pct. & i make 15.75 an hr. + insurnace + rembursement for school up to 1600 a sumester. + 401k u should get a lot more then me.
  13. Visit  Lynx25 profile page
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    The CNA's at our LTC make barely over min wage.

    They are highly underpaid, and extremely overworked... and they wonder why we can't keep the good ones!

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