how much Indiana nurses make - page 11

hi everyone.. Im planning to get into the nursing world,i just wnna ask how much they make an hour just to give me an idea of the salary.Thank oyu so much.....be right here waiting...... Read More

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    I work in Northern Indiana and as a newly licensed RN right out of school i make $23.50/hr (on days). On eves there is a 10% differential and a 15% differential on nights.

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    anyone know what they are offering new grads in nw indiana...like munster, crown point, dyer??? from what i see in the posts so far (and a lot of them are a year old so i'm wondering if things have changed) new grads are making about $17.hr. i currently live in nw indiana but i'm graduating from an illinois school. i know all the chicago area hospitals start grads at at least $24/hr without differential. i can't believe that the in hospitals close to the border would try to be at least a little competitive. we're moving to crown point so i was considering getting licensed in both states to avoid a long commute but i think $17/hr is an insult for the amount of responsibility and all that rn's do!!!! i hope that doesn't offend anyone, i think all nurses are worth more than that though. i did see a few posts from people stating a starting wage of 22-23/hr. i'm wondering where those in hospitals are??
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    I live in northwest indiana. Pretty much every hospital pays from $20/hr-23.50/hr. I worked as a graduate nurse for $22.50/hr (VERY recently, i just graduated in december). The RN pay for that hospital is $23.50. HOWEVER i'd never recommend anyone to go work at that specific hospital..you make more but you put your license at risk every day b/c of very poor and unsafe staffing. Crown point i believe is $20/hr, Munster im not sure but its in that general area. In this area you wont only be making $17/hr, unlesss you're an LPN. But as an RN, you'll do better. Dont worry :-). Best of luck!
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    I just got hired on as a graduate nurse in Muncie at a base rate of $19.50/hr. Shift deferentials: 3pm-11pm=$2.15, 11pm-7am=$2.73, weekend=$1.56. I'm not sure if I will get any increase after passing the nclex and becoming an RN.
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    Quote from lisalpn06
    The prison is state, but medical is hired through CMS
    Is CMS a staffing agency? I just wonder if the work is full time and permanent, also about benefits... I will be moving to central Indy soon and I know the Plainfield, IN prison is hiring. TY!
    Last edit by R0xyg4l on Apr 21, '07 : Reason: I can't spell..
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    Anyone know anything about Saint Margarets in Hammond,In?
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    I fill in a few times a month in a family practice office and only make $16/hr
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    I am an LPN in Central-Eastern Indiana. I work in LTC and have been a nurse for almost 30 years. I am making 22.00 an hour. I work every other weekend and every other holiday. I work on an advanced Alzheimer's Unit and love it. No idea what they pay for RNs because we have no RNs on our unit. They seem to prefer the skilled unit. Go figure
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    I've worked for the past 4 years as an R.N in NWI & make 25.30 per hour.
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    Quote from Oncnurse86
    I live in northwest indiana. Pretty much every hospital pays from $20/hr-23.50/hr. I worked as a graduate nurse for $22.50/hr (VERY recently, i just graduated in december). The RN pay for that hospital is $23.50. HOWEVER i'd never recommend anyone to go work at that specific hospital..you make more but you put your license at risk every day b/c of very poor and unsafe staffing. Crown point i believe is $20/hr, Munster im not sure but its in that general area. In this area you wont only be making $17/hr, unlesss you're an LPN. But as an RN, you'll do better. Dont worry :-). Best of luck!
    Could this be a Hospital in Hammond you are talking about?


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