salary expectations of a new grad in CT - page 2
hello all, I am happy to report that I have gotten a job (finally)...it's in LTC here in eastern CT. I was just wondering if anyone has any input on what to expect for starting salary. I don't really have a point of reference... Read More
- 0Jan 5, '11 by herowneulogyQuote from PreepsThe OP is doing 32 hours, only 4 away from being considered full-time. That is too low in my opinion. I have a bachelor's in psychology and in nursing; without the latter, I can get a job for 37K. Where's the sense in going to school for the BSN only to earn a measly paycheck? I love "making a difference in people's lives", but not that much to only accept coins...... Either way, it's better than nothing. I'm currently unemployed and looking for a job as a new grad.I think 37k for a new grad for part time hours is pretty good actually. 23 an hour sounds about right for 1st year.
- 0Jan 30, '11 by katy_bascomI am a new graduate LPN in Connecticut, I live around the Hartford area, graduated in April and have not found a job. Can you tell me where you work and if they are hiring any more LPN's I am absolutely desperate for work and will take any shift availible. I am willing to travel anywhere in CT as well. THank you!
- 0Aug 29, '12 by NursieNurseLPNAny suggestions on where a new lpn should apply in ct? Lol well i answered my own question bc i applied everywhere! What i mean is: any places more likely to hire a new grad? Im not picky at all with no children or major committments. At this point ill be grateful for ANY salary! Good luck to u all! Thanks