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  1. Visit  Zadia profile page
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    Ohio LPN new grad $15.45 per hour prn no shift differential....second job part $15.00 per hour. Both nursing homes. Northwest Ohio. Seems farely low when I see other postings.
  2. Visit  BeckyLynn2 profile page
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    I have heard that U of M Hospital hires LPN's you might want to check them out. I'm not sure the pay, but hospital experience is the best in my opinion.
  3. Visit  Wild Irish LPN profile page
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    Calling all Denver/Boulder, Colorado based PN's!....I will be looking for my first gig come June, can any of you give me a realistic range for our area?....I have been hearing that a good average for LTC is $22.00 - 24.00 per hour, I am looking to work over-nights and weekends to start as well....love to here from you!....
  4. Visit  NsugaBuga profile page
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    Quote from gettingbsn2msn
    I will probably have to move but in the end who takes care of these people?
    Well, that situation going to force a change.
  5. Visit  LostLittleLPN profile page
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    @Strawberrykool I've been a LPN for 6yrs and would LOVE the opportunity to travel!! I'm trying to find any info that I can to get started!!! ANY info would help!!!
  6. Visit  ClearBlueOctoberSky profile page
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    Quote from Wild Irish SN
    Just curious....I am looking to be in the $23.00 to $25.00 p/h range for LTC here in Denver when I graduate this Spring....Any feedback would be appreciated....am I in or out of line for my expectations?
    I think out of line. Most LTC's in Denver start at 18.00/hr, add in up to 2.00/hr for diffs, if you are lucky.

    I work at a LTC in Aurora, brand new grad, make 20.00/hr PT, no bene's. However, I will say, I have plenty of opportunity to pull 40 hours a week and I love my facility.
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  7. Visit  Wild Irish LPN profile page
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    Quote from ambgirl2nurse
    I think out of line. Most LTC's in Denver start at 18.00/hr, add in up to 2.00/hr for diffs, if you are lucky.

    I work at a LTC in Aurora, brand new grad, make 20.00/hr PT, no bene's. However, I will say, I have plenty of opportunity to pull 40 hours a week and I love my facility.
    Thanks for your feedback...hmmm, I am a bit concerned with those numbers though....I was banking on at minimum 21-22.00 per hr....we will see, only 5 weeks 'til graduation....I am willing to work nights/weekends, any bump there?....
  8. Visit  Wild Irish LPN profile page
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    Quote from ambgirl2nurse
    I love my facility.
    So...is your facility looking for a awesome, new graduate to add to the roster?....
  9. Visit  ClearBlueOctoberSky profile page
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    I am not sure if they are still hiring or not. At my facility, no diffs, and strictly no overtime. In fact, I heard some of the aides complain that their wages went down by as much as 50 cents due to them no longer getting differential. They are working hard at bringing the facility back in line.

    My suggestion is just to keep your head up and keep applying. The market around here is really tight right now, and in my application experience, most of the facilities are looking for experience. I got lucky.
    Wild Irish LPN likes this.
  10. Visit  turtlejean profile page
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    When I worked in Assisted Living as a building manager, I made $18.00/hr. I now work in a physician office and took the $1.50 per hour pay cut. My first raise their was $1. - so, Its all good. NO nights, no weekends, no holidays....worth every bit of that 50
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  11. Visit  MissNurse1107 profile page
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    New Grad. Got First Job with LTC. 16.00, plus 0.50 for night shift. I work night shift full time. Southern Louisiana Located. Lucky to land a full time job on first try!! I thank God. Good luck to all you new Grads or Any one trying to get a job elsewhere!!
  12. Visit  midlife_nurse profile page
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    Was making $16/hr as a new grad in the big teaching university hospital, and now 3 yrs later making $18/hr in hospice, nights, with a good amount of OT and good benefits. But the mileage reimbursement is not good- I'm sure that's failing a lot of professions right now.
  13. Visit  rookieLPN88 profile page
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    23.91 hour as a new grad, edmonton alberta canada


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