how much do you make a month? new LPN - page 3

by LPNweezy 79,026 Views | 43 Comments

long story short- i wanna know how much an LPN makes a month. Especially if you work in LTC! i appreciate all answers!! and if your new, thats even better! :yeah:... Read More


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    I make $26.50.I net about $3800/month with overtime.
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    Any info on Rural towns around Tyler/Longview Texas?
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    I work in Los Angeles at a rehab facility and they pay me $21.50 an hour. It's usually $1400 a paycheck if they don't cut hours. Sometimes it can be $1600 if they call me in to do a double or cover for someone.
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    I think it depends what state you are working in. I have a licensure in Ohio and I was offered a job in Geauga County, 2nd shift for $17.50....which to my understanding isn't that terrific. I now live in Northwestern PA and have no clue, other then what salary.com has told me about nurses in LTC here. Anyone know? I'm job hunting now. I've had my license for 7 months but haven't worked as I was on a medical leave for acl reconstruction. SO, even though I have 12 years in the medical field, I'm starting as a new nurse too
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    I currently work Home Health and make $22 an hour all shifts.

    I needed more hours so I just got another job at a Pediatric Care center (Havent started yet)and they start $22-27 depending on the shift and such. I find out soon what I'll get there but another nurse told me $22 on 7-3 and $27 for weekends, I got hired for every other weekend so hopefully the $27.

    I used to do LTC and made $20.50 3-11 as a new nurse back in 2009

    On average it seems to be $18-25 for LPNs in South Eastern PA (Lancaster)

    2 Years exp.
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    Wow, Im amazed at some of the lpn salaries on here! I live in a small community in Kansas and have been an lpn for 2 years. I make 15.88/hr, and that is after 2 years plus night shift differential..I started at just above 12/hr. SAD! It wasn't much more from what I was making as a CNA! The RN's here start at around 19. We get bi annual raises of 1%. I love my job and work hard at what I do, but sure do wish we were reimbursed better for all the hard work we do.
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    $17/hr CNA. Just passed my boards recently so I am currently searching for a LPN position
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    19.50 RPN wage at a retirement home. My pay varies depending on over-time, extra shift coverage, etc. It is considered a "low scale" RPN pay for the area, but I'm a new grad in a charge nurse position...... I'll take the pay cut for this to go on my resume
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    Quote from mlnlpn
    Wow, Im amazed at some of the lpn salaries on here! I live in a small community in Kansas and have been an lpn for 2 years. I make 15.88/hr, and that is after 2 years plus night shift differential..I started at just above 12/hr. SAD! It wasn't much more from what I was making as a CNA! The RN's here start at around 19. We get bi annual raises of 1%. I love my job and work hard at what I do, but sure do wish we were reimbursed better for all the hard work we do.
    You started at 12$/hr?? :O WOW! I made that as a 2nd year nurse working as a "PSW/HCA" role. Move up North... we pay WAY better than that! Our RPN/LPNs start at least at 19, and RNs start at 25$. You can make up to 30 as an RPN up here with experience.
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    Does anyone know how much an Intermediate Care Facility pays? I'm planning on working there as a first job. I live in Northern California.


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