rn salary in ct
- 0Mar 6, '04 by LIHHRNi have been asking for a long time, I even called Human resourses, nothing. i am addressing all the ct rn or lpn. can you please tell me what the salary is for hosp or home care rn. i work briefly in the hospital, but my speacialty is per visit home health. i have family there and it is one of the two states that i am considering moving to.
- 0May 12, '04 by pokey snIf you are still interested, go to salarymonster.com. I think in connecticut the average starting salary in between $45-$50 thousand. I guess it depends on where you work. my sister in a LPN and she make $29 an hour working every weekend 12 hour shifts in long term care, but as a new grad, hospitals are offering between $22-24/hr. Good luck.
- 0Jun 23, '07 by RNLifesaverHi!!
There is definatly a nursing shortage in Ct and you will not have any trouble finding a position!!
As for rates of pay- To the best of my knowledge and from what I have seen myself and heard from others-
per visit is about $35/visit and $50 or $60 for an admission.
Not so sure anymore. It's been so long!
Long term care
RN's about 24-28 base + shift diffs, w/e diffs, etc. Plus usually more if you supervise.
In a 90 bed facility I had made 24 base + 4 Supervisor pay + 1.50 shift diff + 1.50 weekend diff. which brought me up to $31/hr on weekends. And I believe that is one of the lower paying positions.
Generally 35/hr to take the floor, 40 to sup and 50 to sup w/ floor. no benefits though.....
Again, these figures are only from what I can recall. Also, the pay varies depending on what location you would be living/working in. Good luck in your decision and your job quest!!
- 0Aug 16, '11 by APatriganiRNQuote from noelia23RNI was offered positions at St. Francis in Hartford and two other CT hospitals (one of which is a Hartford Healthcare/ Hartford Hospital affiliate), and the offers ranged from $27.25-$28.85/hr (base, before differentials). The only classmates of mine who are making more than that are the ones who went into LTC, which is supposedly around $30/hr starting.does anyone know what a new grad's hourly pay rate is in Hartford Hospital or in the surrounding hospitals ?
Doesn't quite add up to that $70k average that everyone talks about, haha.