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U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More
Mar 24, '03I am interested in moving to Oregon. Anybody from there? I would like to know what the average RN salary is. I would appreciate some assistance. Thank you!
Mar 27, '03I've been doing some serious job hunting. Here's what I've found. Tampa, Florida pays approx. $30/hour for nurses plus.
Houston, TX pays the same. Hattiesburg, MS pays $19.20 per hour with 7 years experience (I'm quoting here). California pays from $24.00 - $30 an hour depending on where you live.
The real scoop is the cost of living. Unbelievable cost of living in CA as well as state taxes. Florida has no state tax, neither does TX. MS has very very low cost of living, but not enough to off-set that low of pay. There you have it.
Mar 27, '03RN
ICU, MS, ER, Psych, LTC, Rehab and a little OR (They call me FloatGuy)
Typically $30-37/hr (made about $90k last year)
Agency work in Eastern Kansas
Pretty Good Benefits including 401k, health dental vision indemnity insurance, short and long term disability, about 7 days paid vacation a year, etc.
Top rate I ever made was $60/hr ($40 @ time and a half due to OT)
On the flip side. A staff nurse working hospital job in Topeka is bringing in about $15-24/hr with similar or fewer benefits.Last edit by eddy on Mar 27, '03
Mar 28, '03RN 7 years
$27.00/hr up to $29. by next March
Add on diffs for pms, weekends, charge, OT and bonus pay with OT hours
Taxes take a big chunk
Interesting to look back when this was started in 2000
Mar 28, '031. Lpn
Not my highest pay, but I am happy at my current job, I am the Med Rec Coordinator and the Infection Control Nurse, I only work prn on the floor. It became hard for me to work the floor d/t arthritis, and was lucky to find the oportunity to do what I am doing now.
Mar 28, '031. RN
2. 1 yr (prev. LPN for 4 yrs)
3. peds with developmental disabilities & rare disorders
Mar 28, '03RN (ADN)
Base is $27.00. I work nights with a shift diff of $8/hr so total pay per hour is $35.00
Mar 28, '03RN 11 yrs
3yrs with this facility
LTC- days M-F
have to pay for ben.s (160.oo) q2wks just for health
Mar 28, '03RN for 16 years (on and off-just back for last 2 years after 7 off)
2 years as staff nurse (24 hours/week; 48/ pay period)
Stepdown unit (transitional icu)
$26.28/hr w/ shift diff. of $1 more 3-11; $2 more 11-7 (so how come we work 12 shifts? mmh.....)
Almost full bennys: vaca time, sick time, pension (they match 6%), NO short term disability unless I pay big bucks.
Chicago, metro area
Apr 6, '031. RN- Staff I
2. 2 months- new grad in training
4. $35.34/hr (includes PM shift diff)
5. San Francisco Bay Area, California
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