Do RN's in Indiana think they are adequately compensated? - page 4

by inmale 15,206 Views | 32 Comments

I wanted to ask this question to all the Indiana nurses out there. I read a similar post in the "poll" section of this site. I came out of it a little discouraged as I'm just beginng to start my preq. classes for nursing... Read More

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    For the amount of stress, and anguish I experience... No, They are not paying enough. I do it b/c I love nursing. I think we all do.

    Here's what I think is some bull...During my orientation, my employer played an anti union dvd for the new hires. Really?! That's when you know they are about to get ya with no lube... and they do.
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    I'm a nurse of 3 months and I find that my starting base rate of $22/hr with $3.60-$5 differentials in downtown Indianapolis is a lot! Then again, I'm in mid 20s without children and not married.
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    Who pays the highest? I'm not sure I can swing cutting my income in half! I know, I know...the cost of living is lower...but unless heat and groceries are free....!