Name hospital and salary--everywhere - page 12

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   mommy2boysaz
    Wow!!!
    These numbers are enlightening!
    I've been a RN in OB for 10 years and make $21.60/hour. I currently work a Bailor where I work from 3pm-3am, every Friday and Saturday and get paid for 40 hours. I'm considered full time, so get full time benefits too.
    I'm in a community hospital in northeast Indiana.
    Maybe I should consider moving???... >>>u

    Cost of living has to be considered, though.
  2. by   pancake
    It's true about SF Bay Area. I started as a new grad at 37.50 with a $7,500 sign on bonus, now at 6 mos. I'm at $40 an hr. My hospital is union, CA Nurses Association.
  3. by   lovemyjob
    Quote from mommy2boysaz
    Wow!!!
    These numbers are enlightening!
    I've been a RN in OB for 10 years and make $21.60/hour. I currently work a Bailor where I work from 3pm-3am, every Friday and Saturday and get paid for 40 hours. I'm considered full time, so get full time benefits too.
    I'm in a community hospital in northeast Indiana.
    Maybe I should consider moving???... >>>u

    Cost of living has to be considered, though.

    I have been a nurse for a about 3 years. I live in a very reasonable area of Georgia, a starter home is about 120,000 and you can find a moderate sized home for 150-175 with some upgrades. I am currently making $24 plus a fw extra dollars for certifications etc, plus $5 we diff and 4.25 night diff.

    come move to GA!!

    I am really disappointed in the kpay for nurses in tghe northeast, mid west. Even in another town nearby I made 21 and change.

    I hope this thread gives some the encouragement to ban together and fight for fair wages .
  4. by   nickola
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  5. by   floridanurse65
    Jacksonville, Florida: Been a nurse almost 12 years but getting ready to take my FIRST hospital position. $26.00/hr day shift. $7.50/hr diff on weekend days I don't know what a new grad makes.
  6. by   adria37
    Western North Carolina 21 years experience with a MSN working as a staff nurse 27.00
  7. by   smartynurse
    Central virginia, large hospital..new grads are making about 19-20/hour....i have a lot of experience, when is came here they offered me 23/hour but i have had over 3/hour raise in base pay in last 3 years.
  8. by   dak26
    Southwest Florida ...I waited until I was licensed first and I started at $19.75 plus $4.50 shift diff ,weekend extra $1.50. After 6 months I signed a contract $40.00/hr +diff and weekend pay.
  9. by   misscece
    south florida - new grads start out making about $21.50/hr. came in w/5 years exp at $27.50 and hour. can't buy anything decent here for less than $300,000. won't be staying here much longer.
  10. by   DiannaK
    Quote from KellNY
    Unfortunately, I've found this to be pretty inaccurate.
    I was wondering if this was accurate, as well .....
  11. by   JillianB72
    you're not going to believe it...but...I started as a LPN in Michigan's Upper Peninsula at $9.50!!

    I've been with this hospital for 12 years now, make $15.60 and will top out around $18 or so...

    Couldn't ask for a better place to raise children...once they're gone, we'll move and make more money!:spin:
  12. by   lizzyberry
    Quote from JMM RN
    I'm a new grad who will be starting in a few weeks at a Chicago hospital. Base pay $23.50. Nights is $4.00, Weekends $4.00 (if you work night weekends that is a total of $8.00). Plus a total of $10K for tuition reimbursement if you stay for 2 years.
    Wow, what hospital is this I live in the Chicagoland area as well?
  13. by   icurslo
    Southern California, CT-ICU, as a new grad. starting at $27.79/hour working days...$3000 sign on bonus for 2 year commitment. (Working over time and weekends you could earn close to $40/hr) FYI....this is on the low end of wages for SoCal. Keep in mind that cost of living is higher here than most other places.
    Last edit by icurslo on Mar 30, '07

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