New Grad Pay Rates - page 2

by ctunurse

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I've been a nurse now for about 11 months. I find it hard sometimes when looking for a nursing job in a hospital to find out the starting pay until the interview. So, why don't we use this post to list the name of the hospital... Read More


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    I work just east of Indy, smaller hospital. Starting RN's make $22/hr, +20% nights, +10% more for weekends. (total 30% nights/weekends) Plus...weekend option for RN is extra $11/hr. Weekend option is 2 nights on weeekend +1 night through the week.
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    spider...can you tell me what hospital that is? (pm me if you want) thanks
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    Do any of the big hospitals around Indy still offer Tuition payback?
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    At IU as a graduate nurse I am going to be getting paid $21.75. From 7p-11p its $3.50 more, and 11p-7a, its $4.00 more and on the weekends $5.00 more. We don't get a raise if we pass the boards; if we don't pass we become a student nurse with a decrease in pay and if it came to be that you didn't pass a second time you would be terminated. They offer Kaplan with their orientation. I am not sure about tuition reimbursment. Methodist and Riley are offering the same.
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    $21/hr as GN, $22 after passing boards. Nights is 2.50, Weekends are $5. If you can get weekend option, it is another $12.50.
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    At Methodist, IU or Riley, is there a difference in pay between ASN vs BSN for new grads?
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    Quote from Pat_Pat
    $21/hr as GN, $22 after passing boards. Nights is 2.50, Weekends are $5. If you can get weekend option, it is another $12.50.

    May I ask which hospital this is, and is that 36 hours of pay, or 40, per week for the weekend option. I soooooo want that schedule! (I'm no competition though, I dont graduate for 2 more years, just curious!)
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    Quote from Daisy7330
    At Methodist, IU or Riley, is there a difference in pay between ASN vs BSN for new grads?

    As far as I have learned so far I do not think there is. I am pretty sure everyone starts out the same, and then like after three years you can move up your postition, or sooner if you have been a nurse somewhere else, they said it could be like 6 months and you would just talk to your manager about that. Then your pay would change. Then after that, you can move up one more position and for that you have to have a bachelors degree. I am not totally positive about this, but that is how I understood it-I have an ASN and the people I know who also got hired on at the same time I did also have ASNs. I would ask a recruiter. Hope this helps! :wink2:
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    Thanks LadyTiger for the info.
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    Your welcome, if you have any more questions you can pm me. I just started working there on the 27th and I like it so far. We have only been though orientation lol, but I think that Clarian is a great group of hospitals!


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