Best places for LPN's to make a good salary and able to buy country property
- 0Jan 30, '05 by RoozeykHi all.....Anyone know where LPN's can find jobs with average wages and still be able to find country homes with acreage without having to pay a kazillion bucks for it? Someplace where salary and cost of living are compatible with each other? Thanks.........
- 0Feb 1, '05 by ernurse803Quote from RoozeykHi all.....Anyone know where LPN's can find jobs with average wages and still be able to find country homes with acreage without having to pay a kazillion bucks for it? Someplace where salary and cost of living are compatible with each other? Thanks.........
Hi! You may want to look in North Carolina for property & a job. Good luck!!!
- 0Feb 1, '05 by Jo DirtI live in Middle Tennessee. Nursing homes around here generally start out at around $14.00-15.00 per hour. I am currently working a very nice 7pm-7am job sitting with an elderly couple who are very low maintenance. They go to bed and sleep all night. I am expected to come sit a few hours, watch tv and go to bed (they even have a room and a bed for the nurse) and I make $18.00/hr. I hope this job lasts forever. I NEVER want to go back to a nursing home! Depending on what you what you might find a trailer and a few acres for $40-60,000.00
I own a 12 acre, level, very private building lot for sale, all wooded with a perk site ready and I have it on the market for $25,000. No restrictions, and you can put a house, trailer, yurt, or whatever you want on the place.
- 0Feb 3, '05 by sassynurse78I live in Southern Indiana, where a short drive to Lousiville Ky could bring you as much as 18-20 dollers an hour (I have been told anyways) or locally 15-17 an hour for LPN's I just bought 9 acres wooded lot that has not been logged in at least forty years for 21,000. Logged it very lightly and received 6,000 for that which brought my price of the land down to 15,000. I have been checking around about building and seems like after new modest house (three bedrooms, 2 bath), septic, utilities etc, I should defiantly be under 90,000.
- 0Feb 10, '05 by SophieMaeI can't tell you where you will find your part of the earth for a decent price but you wont find it here in Maine. The best advice I can give you is to look for foreclosures. It is sad to benefit from others pain but if the opportunity is there....someone will take it, it might as well be you.
- 0Feb 12, '05 by Necielou2I live in Southern Ohio...and the LPN jobs are plentiful, well that is if you like long term care. I am 30 miles outside of Cincinnati, there is land to be had, and if you like long term care the salary is in the high teen's....Hospital's are hiring...some....The cost of living north of Cincinnati is not to bad...decent home in the $150,000 region and that would be with a little land. Lot's of Facilities are offering sign on bonus'. My problem is we are being transferred to Phoenix...what are my chances in AZ...I have been an LPN since 1984...anyone with an insight into that area?
- 0Feb 16, '05 by LVNRRTWages in Texas fluctuate according to specialty and knowledge. I use to make $12/hr working pediatric trauma, in a level 1 trauma center, but with that experience was able to transfer to pediatric home-health and now get $22/hr plus overtime (working pedi-ventilator cases). The land prices in the suburban areas are very reasonable. I have 7 acres (about 45 minutes north of Houston) that I purchased for $18,000.