How much do you make? - page 57
U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More
May 29, '03Just switched jobs, soooo,
2. 3 yrs
3. old- mixed peds adult floor, new childrens specialty hospital
-both in northeastern ohio
4. 20.35 old, 21.60 new, not counting high census dif, or shift diff
May 29, '03Wow such a wide variety of pay:
22/hr plus benefits and mileage pay
May 29, '03Peggyd, you have a thankless job sweetie!!!!!!!!!!!!
And very much needed, take it from a parent of a child with chronic lung disease in the 1st grade!!!! You are wonderful and admired, the pay is an absolute shame and more should be done about that (I did a rotation in school health and it is very busy!). Unfortunately they can't pay teachers and the rest of the staff is an afterthought I am sure, it's called working for the state!!! Just know that there are parents out there that appreciate your work and dedication...:angel2:Last edit by NicuNsg on May 29, '03
May 30, '03Just switched jobs - new job:
Clinic (Days only)
$35/hour (Per Diem, but scheduled full time)
May 30, '03I'm an RN, currently working as a traveling nurse, 4 years experience in L&D...this year $69,000 without paying rent or utlilies. I have worked in New Mexico, California and now Alaska.
May 30, '03Originally posted by progeria
2 2 YEARS
3 LTC PSYCH
4 26 AN HOUR+BENEFITS
I would like to say I make more than most RNs. I do.
HAHA how do you like that RealNurse HAHA
Fact MOST RNs are lacking in common sence.
Fact MOST LVN know what is going on we just need a book smart
RealNurse handy to use (like a carpenter and a hammer) If you knew or saw half the stuff I have done or saw, my well-being would be taken.
I have worked with many brillant RN's but the schooling that they recieve lacks in TRUE pt care. Most of them have never turned a pt but they were good leaders
May 30, '03Hi tinkagain...I'm looking into nursing school and was wondering about the pay in the Tampa area. When you said you found Tampa was paying around $30, how much experience was required? What kind of employers? I make a decent living now as a computer programmer, but would really like to get back into the medical field (was pre-med in college), and then several twists and turns in life that most of us experience. Any info is appreciated!