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U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More

  1. by   KailuaNurse
    -RN-BSN
    -Worked for 6 months
    -Pediatric Medical
    -Base pay of $19.97/hr eve differential of $2.50 Night differential of $3.50. Weekend differential of $4. Full benefits
    - Work in Seattle

    You know the sad thing is that I make more than my mom who has been a teacher for 20 years and is now an elementary school principal.
    Last edit by KailuaNurse on Feb 21, '03
  2. by   kscrnfa
    1. CRNFA
    2. 3 years
    3. cardiac surgery
    4. 70k year
    5. Nevada
  3. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    RN, BScN
    10 yrs
    OR/ER
    $32.00/hour - no benefits - canadian funds
    part - time position, no full time position(s) hospital doesn't want to hire and pay benefits...
  4. by   Disablednurse
    When I had to quit nursing Dec 01, I was making $25/hr as an MDS coordinator, et.al. in LTC in MS. Now disabled and will not be able to nurse anymore. I was ADN nurse.
  5. by   mollyl
    LVN, RN, BSN
    LVN - 13 yrs 83' grad. Med / Surg
    RN - 7 yrs 96' grad. Med / Surg 1 yr as RN then OR
    BSN - 3 yrs 00' grad. O.R.

    I also did College Health Nursing at UTSA and the pay was pittiful!
    $14.33 hr. / no benefits.

    So now in the O.R. $25.50 hr.
    San Antonio, Texas!
  6. by   deespoohbear
    Hey, I just got a whopping 0.14 per hour raise today!

    So that puts me at:

    RN-ASN degree 8 years med-surg experience-$18.50 an hour!! I have been with the same facility the whole 8 years...ACLS certified...

    I wanted to tell my boss that I wouldn't spend my raise all in one place!! And to kiss my azz!!
  7. by   webbiedebbie
    RN, ADN
    Graduated 1989. In and out of nursing since then.
    Returning to PP nursing.
    Wilmington, NC
    Offered $26.00
  8. by   txtopaandback
    1. LPN
    2. 6 YRS WITH EXP IN LTC, DR'S OFFICE, MED/SURG, POSTPARTUM, PSYCH
    3. 2 JOBS (2) 12 SHIFTS EVERY SAT AND SUN 7A-7P GET PAID FOR 36 HRS, WITH BENEFITS AS IF A FULLTIME EMPLOYEE (14.90/HR BEFORE BONUS 22.35/HR WITH BONUS)
    2ND JOB AT A NON PROFIT CLINIC 12.50/HR CLOSED WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS WITH HOLIDAY PAY. ANNOUNCED THIS JANUARY LTC FACILTIY IS FREEZING PAY FOR NON-UNION EMPLOYEES --NO 25 CENT/HR RAISE THIS YEAR-- ARE THEY THE ONLY ONES NOT AWARE OF NURSING SHORTAGE?
    WILL BE MOVING BACK TO TEXAS BUT DON'T WANT TO LIVE IN HOUSTON, HOW IS PAY IN REST OF TEXAS?
  9. by   Mednana
    RN BSN PHN
    I work M-F 8:30 to 5 weekend/holidays off. I manage diabetes/lipid patients and have been given the title of Case Manager.
    Salary: $32/hr
  10. by   hogan4736
    RN
    th,fr,sat...12,12,16
    urgent care (walk in clinic)
    phoenix
    30/hour

    holidays and weekends off are overrated...
    m-f equals 260 days spent working/year and running errands on weekends along with everone else on the planet doing the same, fighting for parking, traffic jams on sundays, etc. (except me )

    3 days/week equals 156 days spent working per year, and a s***load of time to run errands whenever I want :roll :chuckle
    Last edit by hogan4736 on Feb 28, '03
  11. by   1nursingstudent
    You know I live in CA and the pay differences among counties amazes me. My mom just got her RN license and is working at a county hospital in L.A. starting at $45 hr, whereas a friend of mine is in a different county perdiem at a county hospital, has been an RN for about 1 yr and is amking $25. Go figure
  12. by   Going80INA55
    I am with you Hogan, holidays and weekends off IS VERY highly overrated.

    But for now I do the Mon-Fri thing and missing the 3 days a week I used to work.

    5 yrs Exp.
    22.00 an hour.
    Behind a desk in southern NH.
  13. by   Ms.Hobbes
    RN outpatient surgery center
    9 years
    26.00/ hour plus benefits and monthly bonuses
    I work part time- two ten hour shifts a week plus the added bonus of weekends and holidays off

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