LTC Salary for new grad RN - page 4

by Manang Biday | 37,898 Views | 56 Comments

I am not sure if this is the right place to post this thread. But I need help on tips to negotiate or talk about compensation in a LTC facility. I am a new grad and I have a meeting with a Director of Nursing next week. I was... Read More

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    Can't wait to say, "i was just hired....." or 'i just started.............'
    TRR8021, nikkicb2004, and yalienne like this.
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    I feel cheated I live in Ohio, new grad RN. Well I have two prn jobs one pays $24 the other $27.50. Then I have my ft job which pay $22.54 (cheated) for 7p-7a,I will not be getting a raise due to budget cuts,and no shift diff.
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    I'd love to find out what seasoned nurses are making in some of your areas. The new grad LTC rates are awesome. I know they don't pay that much in SW PA.
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    Does anyone know what the pay range is for RN's(not a new grad) in Florida in LTC? I wanted to get an idea of the range to know if I would even consider a RN job at a LTC.

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    30.00 dollars home health-care Dallas. I was told by my boss that is the rate. I am still an LVN.
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    I accepted a position today (texas) paying $24.50 (day shift)
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    Where in Texas? Just the location Mods will beat us for names.
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    I got paid 20.16/hr in North Dakota as a first RN job. I am looking for a job in southern california as my family move at the end of this year. I am so stressful because haven't found a job yet. If anybody have an idea where is hiring, please let me know. Appreciate that
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    which facility and what state?
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    I recently hired a new grad....$26.50 base pay plus shift and weekend dif.
    And to think, when I was a new grad, the best paying LTC around was paying $8.00/hour!! When I left there to work at the hospital, I made $10.47/hr on 3-11 and thought I had it made!

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