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- Oct 14, '10 by nd debI work as an RN in LTC in a small town in northeastern SD and make 18.50 which includes 50 cent nite diff... when I first graduated they started me at 17.00 as base pay...
- Oct 14, '10 by mimsiemendezcrazy........How is it supposed to be a profession if people keep doing what they do?
- Dec 15, '10 by rencontrezmoiI am a new grad and just accepted a position in a LTC facility in the Lehigh Valley, PA. I will be starting at $24/hr. The rates go up the closer you get to Philly.
- Dec 15, '10 by CapeCodMermaidWe just hired a nurse with one year experience. She's starting at $28.50 per diem.
- Dec 26, '10 by joanna73Its interesting to note the variants in wages. I think some of you should definitely be paid more. I never bothered discussing pay, because I figured it would be decent, and I was happy to have a job so quick. I am a new grad starting just under 34 dollars an hour in LTC. I would not work for anything under 28 dollars around here, since that is about the lowest rate that nurses get here.
- Dec 26, '10 by joanna73Hey nascar nurse just to give you an idea of what you would be worth here (Canada), my preceptor with 11 yrs exp made over 40 dollars an hour. It varies, but most facilities I have seen pay on avg 3O to 50 dollars an hour for RNs now. Those of you with exp would get from about 38 to 50 an hour. Or, the salary equivalent of this.
- Dec 30, '10 by JLForeverIt really really depends on location. Just because the pay is higher somewhere else doesn't mean you would be rolling in the dough- you'd be using all your extra money for the rent, etc.
I am in Virginia and get paid 26.5 as a supervisor...although they quoted me 28 and I need to get that corrected. When I worked a cart for a short period last year I was getting paid 25. I am still considered "new grad" since I haven't worked a full year yet.
- Sep 15, '11 by Heart 2 serveI know this post is last year and its old. Is anyone aware of the pay around oregon areas for LTC Charge RN?? Thank you in advance. Any information would be of great help.