Name hospital and salary--everywhere - page 11

Hi, everyone seemed to be enjoying the name your hospital and salary thread from NY and I noticed others would like to participate and know about other states. So everyone join in. Name your... Read More

  1. by   lllliv
    i was an lpn in las vegas making 24.36/hr full time + all benefitss and shift difs

    i recently quit nursing.
  2. by   lizzyberry
    I live 25 min away from Chicago,IL and the base pay for rn's at St. Margarets Hospital is 24/hr $4 graveyard
  3. by   jollyjenny
    Love this thread! :spin:

    Does anyone know what the starting wage is for a new grad in San Antonio?

    Thanks,
    Jen
  4. by   KellieNurse06
    Quote from samxoxo
    Hi, im from RI. Does anyone know what the starting pay is here? With overtime, nd, weekends, ect,...what does it look like a year as far as salary goes??
    thanks
    I posted earlier in this discussion about RI.......it's around $21.74 -$22.82 an hour to start .....if you are looking they are having "walk in Wednesdays" until march 28th 8am - 4pm at RI Hospital sounds like on the spot interviews are happening.....
  5. by   cappuccino
    New Jersey 41 base with a 5 dollar shift differential=46/hr
    Last edit by cappuccino on Mar 18, '07
  6. by   chocolate123
    Does anyone know the salary range for a new grad at Cooper Hospital in NJ?
  7. by   gudiarani
    Salary Range for a BSN and/or MSN at Hopkins Hospital or UMDNJ University Hospital or Robert Wood Johnson Hospital?

    Thanks!
  8. by   NurseyPoo
    Upstate NY - Starting salary is around 19 to 21 Hour for new grad (Depends on if you are diplomma or degree). It amazes me how low the pay is...The hospital that I work for does not pay a weekend diff...they only pay 14% for night shift. They do not give any incentives for working extra time...and we are so incredibly short staffed right now! You would think that the hospital would be offering incentives for working extra...NOPE! The pay here is terrible for nurses. If you consider the taxes, NYSEG (Energy costs are among the highest in the country), and the general COL here our salaries should be much-much higher. NYSEG and the Taxes are sucking the life out of my husband and I...We are looking to move south eventually. Trying to figure out where. OH...my raise was .63 hour...Whoopie! After taxes I didn't see a difference in my check...I currently make 21.85 + 14% night diff = 24.91...
  9. by   NurseyPoo
    Quote from ann945n
    I found a great site www.salary.com tells you the going rate in your area its nice to see, just if people are curious
    This web-site only gives you an idea. According to this web-site nurses in my area should be making the following:

    Low = 52000
    Mid = 56000
    High = 63000

    Well, I can tell you right now that is completely wrong...I did some research and the averages are more like this:

    Low = 35000
    Mid = 41000
    High = 49000

    I have no idea where this web-site got their averages...??? It was certainly not by asking the local nurses and hospitals...???

    On another note I asked a friend of mine who is a nurse is NJ and the web-site was way below their average for her county also...
  10. by   2bNurseNik
    Quote from abu1030
    I have no idea where this web-site got their averages...??? It was certainly not by asking the local nurses and hospitals...???

    On another note I asked a friend of mine who is a nurse is NJ and the web-site was way below their average for her county also...
    I thought this website's figures was too good to be true. I think here in St. Louis, the starting salary is around $18 - $19/hr. According to salary.com, the salary is around $60k/yr w/2 yrs exp. I can't see the salary almost doubling in 2 years - feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  11. by   2bNurseNik
    Quote from abu1030
    I have no idea where this web-site got their averages...??? It was certainly not by asking the local nurses and hospitals...???

    On another note I asked a friend of mine who is a nurse is NJ and the web-site was way below their average for her county also...
    I thought this website's figures was too good to be true. I think here in St. Louis, the starting salary is around $18 - $19/hr. According to salary.com, the salary is around $60k/yr w/2 yrs exp. I can't see the salary almost doubling in 2 years - feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  12. by   Imissthefall
    Anyone know starting rates for hospital in Minnesota near the twin cities?
  13. by   TexasRoxy
    I graduate in May w/ BSN, but have a job awaiting in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas starting @ $20.69/hr

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