It depends on where in the state you live and which type of area you work. Ranges from $20-35 per hour. I think it will be higher if you work for a staffing agency or "pool" but for LPNs, usually the harder you work, the more you can get. Which means: you gotta bust your "back" to make out. It's best to go get the RN because you will do the same things, basically skill wise, and get paid less than the RN. But when you're the RN in charge you do carry more responsibility and a lot more is expected of you. I'm in RN school now so this is what I'm learning.