Nursing Salary Survey 2014 Nursing Salary Survey 2014 - pg.19 | allnurses

Nursing Salary Survey 2014 - page 19

As we welcome the dawn of a propitious new year that is brimming with plenty of promise and new beginnings, I wanted to bring up a topic that is influential to most people. Of course, the topic at... Read More

  1. Visit  hungrygirl profile page
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    Check out the website:

    https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

    It will tell you the earnings of ANY University of California employee. If you don't know an employee name look by job title.
    Btw Physicians = PHYSCN.
    Most RNs are clinical nurse 2 (I think??).

    It looks as though most full time nurses are nearing 100K. A RN friend of mine is at 132K.
    It's fun to look up people. At the same time it's kind of crazy that you can look at (again) ANYone's salary at a UC (any campus, student employees are excluded).

    You can very clearly see the pay difference amongst Northern, Bay Area, Southern California RN salaries.

    What's interesting to me is that RNs make nearly as much as NPs, PAs, and even starting family and internal medicine doctors. I was told by a UCD resident that many doctors go to private hospitals after residency because it double the income. I've heard conflicting information about how UC RN salaries compare to other hospitals in my area (Northern CA)...
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  2. Visit  RNfixmeplease profile page
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    1. Geographic location --- Texas
    2. Pay rate --- $23
    3. In which area / specialty do you work? --- Rural hospital- mainly ER
    4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? --- RN
    5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? ---ADN
    6. How many years of experience do you have? --- First Job as an RN
    7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? ---- Full-time
    8. What shift do you work? Night, but they are they same base
    9. Do you receive any shift differential? --- Yes, 2.50 weekday, 4.50 weekend
    10. Are you a manager or supervisor? NO
  3. Visit  NurseP00kie profile page
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    1. Geographic location Mn

    2. Pay rate $24.50/hr

    3. In which area / specialty do you work? SNF/LTC

    4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? LPN

    5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? LPN

    6. How many years of experience do you have? 5

    7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? PRN

    8. What shift do you work? Any, but I usually work nights

    9. Do you receive any shift differential? No

    10. Are you a manager or supervisor? No
  4. Visit  PMFB-RN profile page
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    Quote from hungrygirl
    Check out the website:

    https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

    It will tell you the earnings of ANY University of California employee. If you don't know an employee name look by job title.
    Btw Physicians = PHYSCN.
    Most RNs are clinical nurse 2 (I think??).

    It looks as though most full time nurses are nearing 100K. A RN friend of mine is at 132K.
    It's fun to look up people. At the same time it's kind of crazy that you can look at (again) ANYone's salary at a UC (any campus, student employees are excluded).

    You can very clearly see the pay difference amongst Northern, Bay Area, Southern California RN salaries.

    What's interesting to me is that RNs make nearly as much as NPs, PAs, and even starting family and internal medicine doctors. I was told by a UCD resident that many doctors go to private hospitals after residency because it double the income. I've heard conflicting information about how UC RN salaries compare to other hospitals in my area (Northern CA)...

    Holy cow! Search "nurse" in San Francisco.
  5. Visit  BostonFNP profile page
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    Quote from PMFB-RN
    Holy cow! Search "nurse" in San Francisco.
    Sign me up for clinical nurse 3 at 300k!
    JrRnNycole, PMFB-RN, SunshineBaby, and 4 others like this.
  6. Visit  nurseJinicu profile page
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    -midwestern midsize city
    -pay rate is 19 base.. starting pay 2 years ago with 1 year of RN experience was 17.60
    -CVICU
    -RN
    -BSN, also CCRN
    -3.8 years of experience
    -Full-time
    -Day shift
    -Differential for weekends only if you are weekend option otherwise no differential. Night shift differential is $3.
    -Not a manager/supervisor
  7. Visit  Eru Ilúvatar profile page
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    Quote from nurseJinicu
    -midwestern midsize city
    -pay rate is 19 base.. starting pay 2 years ago with 1 year of RN experience was 17.60
    -CVICU
    -RN
    -BSN, also CCRN
    -3.8 years of experience
    -Full-time
    -Day shift
    -Differential for weekends only if you are weekend option otherwise no differential. Night shift differential is $3.
    -Not a manager/supervisor
    Where do you live to stay away from that place. Thats sweatshop wages, wow!
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  8. Visit  TiffyRN profile page
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    Quote from nurseJinicu
    -midwestern midsize city
    -pay rate is 19 base.. starting pay 2 years ago with 1 year of RN experience was 17.60
    -CVICU
    -RN
    -BSN, also CCRN
    -3.8 years of experience
    -Full-time
    -Day shift
    -Differential for weekends only if you are weekend option otherwise no differential. Night shift differential is $3.
    -Not a manager/supervisor
    Guess it might not be so bad as long as your rent is somewhere around $200-300/month or you can get a decent starter home for $45,000. Maybe then. . .
  9. Visit  PMFB-RN profile page
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    Quote from nurseJinicu
    -midwestern midsize city
    -pay rate is 19 base.. starting pay 2 years ago with 1 year of RN experience was 17.60
    -CVICU
    -RN
    -BSN, also CCRN
    -3.8 years of experience
    -Full-time
    -Day shift
    -Differential for weekends only if you are weekend option otherwise no differential. Night shift differential is $3.
    -Not a manager/supervisor
    My guess MO. Back when Wisconsin hospitals were starting new nurses at $20 a hospital in St. Lewis offered my friend $13/hour.
  10. Visit  PMFB-RN profile page
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    Quote from TiffyRN
    Guess it might not be so bad as long as your rent is somewhere around $200-300/month or you can get a decent starter home for $45,000. Maybe then. . .
    Those are rent / home prices where I live and new grads start at $30.
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  11. Visit  TiffyRN profile page
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    Quote from PMFB-RN
    Those are rent / home prices where I live and new grads start at $30.
    Well, I was serious. I was thinking what rent/home prices were when I made $19/hr. Though I guess that's not the most accurate measure. Even in a depressed housing market some costs such as cars, airline tickets (for example) would not be as subject to local costs.
  12. Visit  bsnLex profile page
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    1. Geographic location MIDWEST/MISSOURI
    2. Pay rate $20.65/hr; more with night shift differential and time and a half on holidays (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas)
    3. In which area / specialty do you work? ICU-no difference in pay for specialty
    4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? BSN, RN
    5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? ACLS, studying for CCRN which will increase pay rate by $.50/hr
    6. How many years of experience do you have? 1.9 years
    7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? FULL TIME
    8. What shift do you work? SWING SHIFT, days, nights, weekends
    9. Do you receive any shift differential? only night shift
    10. Are you a manager or supervisor? NO
  13. Visit  piscesgrl389 profile page
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    1. Geographic location: NJ
    2. Pay rate: $32
    3. In which area / specialty do you work? Med-Surg / Telemetry Float Pool
    4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? RN
    5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? BSN / ACLS
    6. How many years of experience do you have? < 1 year
    7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? Full Time
    8. What shift do you work? 7pm - 7am
    9. Do you receive any shift differential? $3.00 for floating + %12 for Night shift
    10. Are you a manager or supervisor? Neither

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