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  1. by   HotSpam
    1.Position held. RN
    2.Years as a nurse. 9 years
    3.Area of work.Hospice and Home Health
    4.Wage. 60k/yr
  2. by   HeatherD
    LPN
    7 years
    Home Health/Hospice
    9.51/hr
    currently a ADN student, thank god!
  3. by   HazeK
    1.Position held: Staff RN w/BSN & RNC cert.
    2.Years as a nurse:27+ (yes i AM old...LOL)
    3.Area of work: high risk Labor & Delivery
    4. Staff salaries: $18-25/hr w/ shift & 'extra weekends' benefits.... Glass ceiling for staff is $25.

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  4. by   Mel C
    1. RN Case Manager (just finished my BSN -not required for my job which means no to
    little tuition reimbursement.
    2. 4 as a LPN, 6 as a RN
    3. Manage worker's compensation and disability claims
    4. Last year I payed taxes on $60, 000.00- 40 ish is base, the rest bonus, I work from home, and schedule my work time.
  5. by   RB-LPN
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by plumrn:
    [B]Calling all nurses! Just a quick poll.Please tell us your:
    1.Position held.(RN,LVN/LPN) LPN
    2.Years as a nurse. 5
    3.Area of work.(M/S,ER,LTC,etc.) HOME HEALTH
    4.Current hourly wage. 10.71
    REALLY NOT BAD FOR MY PART OF AR.
  6. by   Valarenbsn
    1- staff RN on CCU Unit
    2- been doin' this for 5 years
    3-CCU in only major hospital in region
    4-$17.68-- night shift differential $2, we no longer have charge nurses, so basically we're SOL. Plus, your lucky if your check is correct, they always seem to "accidentally" mess up your paycheck!
  7. by   Mysti
    LPN 17 years in LTC Restorative Co. $15.50 due for raise this week. Ohio

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    Sandi
  8. by   TLynn
    Originally posted by plumrn:
    Calling all nurses! Just a quick poll.Please tell us your:
    1.Position held.(RN,LVN/LPN)
    2.Years as a nurse.
    3.Area of work.(M/S,ER,LTC,etc.)
    4.Current hourly wage.
    This should be interesting. Thanks.
    1. L.P.N
    2. 2 years
    3. LTC Temp Agency Oklahoma
    4. $18.00/hr.

  9. by   nursesrthebest
    Any nurses from Mobile, AL? How much are they paying there? I would like to move there after I graduate.
  10. by   LIRN
    RN as of May 2000 (previously LPN)
    Unit Coordinator LTC unit $27.00/hr
    4 wks vac, 12 sick days, 10 holidays, 4 personal days, Medical, Dental and Vision family coverage for 104.00 a month, coverage, tuition reimbursement, pension, and 403(b).
    Long Island, NY
  11. by   bestblondRN
    1. I am a Nursing Director (glorified title for nsg. supervisor) in Chicago. Level 1 trauma, very busy inner city hospital.
    2. 18 years experience.
    3. BSN degree.
    4. $70K/yr. + partially paid medical/dental/life insurance. Employer-matched 401K plan.

    I am in shock about the $125K+$10K sign-on for the NICU manager in S. Texas and the $92K for the staff nurse in Houston--did you both negotiate your salaries, or are institutions just paying that much to recruit and retain qualified nurses? It looks like most of the nurses from the Midwest are being paid poorly in relation to Texas--is it the nursing shortage? It certainly isn't cost of living! Chicago is comparable to either coast for cost of living, and salaries aren't even close to what the Texas nurses say they're making. I am dumbstruck!
  12. by   KarenHalse
    Originally posted by plumrn:
    Calling all nurses! Just a quick poll.Please tell us your:
    1.Position held.(RN,LVN/LPN)
    2.Years as a nurse.
    3.Area of work.(M/S,ER,LTC,etc.)
    4.Current hourly wage.
    This should be interesting. Thanks.
    RN
    25 plus yrs
    OR
    15/hr

    Are there any nurses here from the Melbourne, Fl. area? I will be relocating there next month and would love to have an idea of salaries. Thanks
  13. by   NurseBettyBoop
    1. RN
    2. 4 years
    3. $32/hour, working 12 hour shifts
    4. Med/surg

    (Probably got the order all messed up)

    my nurse husband:

    1.LPN
    2.5 years
    3.$46,000 (charge nurse, 3-11 shift)
    4. LTC

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