**POLL** New 1st Year RN Salary - page 22
Hello all, I am curious to see what the current pay rate is across the country so we can better prepare ourselves and negotiate better salaries! Please try to keep this poll to any graduates after... Read More
0Apr 24 by kmiller255West Virginia
$23.04 with $4 weekend differential
Med/Surg Trauma Unit
0Apr 25 by EmpathyInAction, RNStarted first job at a LTC facility at 22.74 with shift diff. Left after 3 mo. and just started a new job at an SNF at 24.50 with guaranteed raise over the next year if I stay I'll be at 25.75. Live in OH. This it pretty typical for my area.
0Apr 26 by restorativenurse131) Tennessee
2) 23.00 base 4.00 night shift diff 4.00 weekend shift diff
3) No experience
4) Long Term Acute Care Hospital
0Apr 26 by BecomingNursey, ADN, RN1) Alabama
2) $18.50/hr new grad + $1.50/hr for certification of choice + $1.00/hr for ER differential
3) 2 yrs. tech/unit secretary experience before hire as new grad RN.
I'm not telling you it's going to be easy, I'm telling you it's going to be worth it.
Author: Art Williams
0Apr 27 by savinglives BSN, BSN, RNWHERE in CA do you work that you were offered 52$? sign me up!!
0Apr 27 by savinglives BSN, BSN, RNQuote from thinwildmercuryWHERE in CA did you get an offer for 52$ ? WOW..CA
$52 hourly (no benefits)
Just got my offer today, so happy!
0Apr 27 by RNursingAssistant, BSN, CNASouth Bay, CA
$44.26/hr (pension! (Hooray, rare these days) +great benefits)
New graduate RN with 1 yr acute care exp as a CNA
Spinal Cord Injury (Acute Rehab)