RNs who work both hospitals and LTC, is your pay the same? - page 3

My apologies, since this kind of questions have probably been asked already. I did try sifting through old threads but found none that applies to someone who work both places at the same time. I am starting a new grad RN... Read More

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    How does $27/hr sound for LTC per diem pay in MA right outside of Boston? I have 5 yrs of experience, psych only and none in LTC. Thx!!

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    Quote from gmondina

    OMG I guess our nurses here are lucky. We start our RNs at $40/Hour.

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    Wow, what state are u working at? And how many years experience? I'm an RN and started at $28.15 no experience- PA
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    Here in Miami, FL LTC tends to have a slightly higher starting base pay than an acute care hospital. It seems that this may be different depending on your area. I am a new RN grad, but from what I've seen, PRN/Per Diem nurses have a higher base pay due to the lack of benefits. Not sure if this would apply at an LTC facility, though.
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    Quote from ivyleaf
    How does $27/hr sound for LTC per diem pay in MA right outside of Boston? I have 5 yrs of experience, psych only and none in LTC. Thx!!
    I am a new grad RN and starting pay for full time RN at the LTC I just started is $26/hr. So this sounds good.


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