2015 allnurses Salary Survey Results - page 4

The Survey In January 2015, allnurses.com invited members and readers holding an active nursing license via the allnurses site as well as newsletters, emails and facebook to participate in a... Read More

  1. by   bethchpn
    Small town in Oregon, 44 yrs nursing experience, 16 yrs at this hospital. Close to top salary (one more step to go) 48.31/hr. Oncology certified so 1.50/hr more. No weekends, call and 8-5. Best job I have had in all my years of nursing. Salary isn't everything. Great coworkers, atmosphere and boss really makes the difference. Average house is 250-350K.
  2. by   Strassers
    Bozeman, MT Med/surg RN BSN $25.25/hr +health benefits (however the benefits cost $200+ per paycheck) working for 1+ year.
  3. by   Noblesquire
    Quote from HDFXDWGRN
    It's not all relative. In and around San Fran, San Diego, or L.A., yes, but not where we live. In the midwest where pay is dismal, a comparable house is close to what it is here. Plenty of nice homes in my ZIP code for less than $350,000. I lived and worked in 9 states and D.C. This is by far the best pay for the lowest cost of living. A new nurse at our facility starts out with 4.5 weeks PTO a year. Takes me 20 minutes to drive to work, no traffic jams, toll roads, etc.

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    What is the average pay of an acute care RN where you work?