I didn't see one of these posted for 2018, so I thought I'd get this party started. Feel free to contribute whatever info you like. Let's compare some stats!
Experience: Just about 3 years; BSN
Facility: Large urban hospital
Base Pay: $33 and some coin
Differentials: Evening, night & weekend = $3, $2 and $3/hr, respectively.
OT: Anything over my regularly scheduled shift is time and a half.
Location: Central KY, not far from Louisville or Lexington
Experience: 14 years, ADN
Specialty: Current, Med/Surge. Past, Psych, Home Health, LTC.
Facility: Critical Access Hospital
Base Pay: about 24.85 I think
Diff: Weekends and nights, 2.00 for both I think
OT: time and a half for anything over 40
I just finished my 2 weeks at my old job and start my new job tommorow so I will post both since they are different units and different companies. Both places are in the same city area but big pay difference strangely.
Experience: 8 as an LPN, 7 months as a new grad RN. Associates degree.
Facility: smaller hospital, 50/50 rural/suburban setting
Base Pay: $23
OT: time and a half
Experience: as above
Facility: Large hospital, mid size city
Base Pay: $27
Ohio: hospital in the city
10 years as an RN
Base rate: $34 an hour
shift diff for nights is $5 an hour so I always work nights so I make $39 an hour
i work on a specialty Neuro Unit.
Amazing benefits! I've had three major surgeries in 10 years and I've never paid a dime. Best job ever!
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Location- Denver, CO
Experience- 5 Years LPN
Specialty- home health, QA, psych, addictions.
QA job- 28$ per hour full time, 1.5x rate for anything over 40hrs q week. And I get paid 40-42$ per visit depending on which HH agency.
Location: Mpls-St Paul Metro
Experience: 7 years; BSN
Specialty: Specialty Clinic
Facility: Small Private Practice Clinic
Base Pay: 24.50
OT: Time and half >40 hrs. Averaging ~ 45 hrs/week.
I recently completed my LVN to RN program so I'll post my LVN pay from my old job and my new grad RN pay
Location: Central Texas
Experience: 6 years
Specialty: Family Medicine
Facility: small clinic that is part of a large multi-hospital network
Base Pay: $19 and some change
OT: Not allowed to have overtime. 40 hours per week only
New Grad RN
Location: Central Texas
Experience: New Grad Residency Program
Facility: Small local hospital
Base Pay: $26 and some change with raises at 90 day and 6 month marks based on performance. I am on 12 hour day shift
Differentials: night & weekend $2-$3 depending
OT: Anything over 40 hours is time and a half.
Location: North East
Experience: 29 years; BSN, CCRN, CDN
Facility: Large inner city level 1 hospital
Base Pay: $47
OT: Time and a half.
Experience--13 years. I'm certified in my specialty.
Facility--regional teaching hospital
Base pay--$34.09 (includes 3.5% certification pay)
Differentials--$3/hr charge pay, $5/hr evening/night, $5/hr weekend, $3/hr over-percent pay (up to 40 hours/week)
Benefits--10 paid holidays a year. We get 12 hours at base pay if we aren't working, and double time and a half if we are. Free tuition at the university I work at, all the benefits the university staff get (use of library, staff pricing on sports, access to university arts/fine arts programs, etc.), state employee retirement, day care on campus...I could go on!
2 years experience ADN
Experience: 7 years
Specialty: Professional Development (MSN)
Facility: Very small, local community hospital
Base Pay: $39.00
Differentials: $2.50 eve, $6.00 weekend, double base pay for holidays, 2.00 on-call (rare), everything stacking
OT: over 40 hours is 1.5
5 weeks of PTO from day one
Medical insurance costs me $15 per pay check
6% matching on 401K with 100% vestment immediately
I love my job. May not be the highest paying out there but I live very comfortably and I have a lot of job satisfaction. Not enough money in the world to replace that. Low cost of living in TX combined with no state income tax makes me happy.
Last edit by not.done.yet on Jan 23
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Last edit by tnbutterfly on Jan 22
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Experience: 14 years; BSN
Facility: Large Hospital
Base Pay: 41.00
Differentials: 10% off shift; 25% weekend; stackable (35% weekend off shift)
OT: Time and half; Double Time on holidays worked
Vacation Time (5 weeks per year); Sick Time ( 2 1/2 weeks per year)
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