PAY scale for beginner RN in LTCRegister Today!
- by missy0090 Jun 4, '12hi, I am offered a job as an RN full-time in a nursing/retirement home. it is in south central PA, Lebanon county. Does anyone know how much a beginner would make? It can be hourly or annually. The only information I got was from indeed.com which gave me $46,000+ - $59,000 LTC annual income as an RN so I am not sure. The manager asked me what my desired salary was nd I told her the beginner's salary since I have no experience and I'm kind of desperate at the momen they are the only one who actually called me in for an interview!
Anyway, I wanna know my options so I won't seem like I am expecting too much and wind up not getting the job, but at the same time I don't want to be given a smaller than average salary because having this job is really important to me. I have yet to discuss the details of the job offer on my appointment with them so I wanna know the facts before I come in for the meeting.
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- Jun 4, '12 by Esme12http://www.job-hunt.org/careers/nurses.shtml
Allentown $69,000 7,700 +10% Altoona $64,000 1,640 +48% Erie $55,000 3,470 +39% Harrisburg $64,000 6,840 +6% Johnstown $43,000 2,060 +102% Lancaster $61,000 3,710 -21% Lebanon $65,000 990 +23% Philadelphia $72,000 44,720 +14% Pittsburgh $61,000 28,920 +23% Reading $62,000 3,170 -4% Scranton $58,000 5,940 +13% State College $57,000 1,080 -6% Williamsport $57,000 920 -1% York $71,000 3,520 +1%
I hope this helps
- Jun 4, '12 by missy0090do you know if this is the beginner's salary for Long term care? and thank you for posting this! I am offered the job in LEbanon county
- Jun 7, '12 by Amy743At my facility in South Carolina new grads:
First shift $21
All a dollar extra per hr on weekends
- Jun 7, '12 by missy0090Thanks for the reply! I forgot to updAte it but I found out today how much it is. I start @ $28 2nd shift after the probationary period $29. So much more than what I expected and I know I only have God to thank for that coz He is just awesome like that no paid maternity leave tho