Lets get a current salary thread going for 09/10 - page 5
Sicne most salary post are outdated on here, lets get a current thread going for those that are searching Knoxville area, new grad LTC $15 3-11... Read More
1Jan 13, '10 by NurseLoveJoy88New grad LPN, maryland, assisted living.
22.50 an hour baby !
2Jan 15, '10 by eric909In a a Prison setting $4254 a month
And according to my check they put around $650 a month in my retirement and around $1000 a month towards my health insurance.
0Jan 16, '10 by MistyJLPNCincinnati
LPN, new grad
long term care facility
starting pay full time with benefits 19.92/hr.
0Jan 16, '10 by Jdreamer05LPN, No experience, 17.54 + Shift Diff + Benefits. Night shift. Reno, nv
0Jan 16, '10 by NursePeaceCincinnati- New grads usually around 19/hour.
+3 years- $22.50 plus full benefits.
0Jan 28, '10 by CollieRN13Starting salary as a new grad regular staff in 03/2005 was $24/hr, suburb of Chicago.
Went PRN (no benefits) in 10/08 and started at $35/hr, plus $4 night diff., $2 weekends.
As of 1/1/10, PRN rate is $37/hr plus diff. Work in pediatric med-surg.
0Jan 29, '10 by ChristinPI am a LPN, graduated in 2008.
Med-surg rehab or the dementia floor $25.00/hr
Visiting nurse: $30 a visit RNs make $35 a visit
LPNs are well paid here and I feel valued. I did leave a well paying facility $33.50/hr to start because it was not worth the stress and lack of support or the loss of my license. The bottom line, Connecticut pays their LPNs very well.
0Jan 29, '10 by OgopogoLPNOuch to some of these wages!!!!!! That is a travesty that nurses are making $12/hour
BC, Canada, LPN
1.5 years experience (but same for all LPN's, no increments)
Public health authority--acute and LTC (private, non-union places can pay more or less)
$24.76/hour base pay
$3.02/hour for being a casual employee (in liu of benefits/sick pay/holiday pay)
$1.00/hour weekend differential
$0.95/hour evening shift differential (3-11)
$1.75/hour night shift differential
So, I am going to work at 11pm tonight. I will make a total of $30.53/hour for 7.5 hours paid.
0Jan 31, '10 by BRANDIE_REDNew Grad LVN in Orange County, CA Retirement Community $20/hour some benefits.
0Feb 1, '10 by CT Pixie, BSN, RNConnecticut
3-11 LTC a smidge over $25/hr, no benefits, no paid holidays or sick time.