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  1. by   LPND
    Hospital in Springfield, OH 14.05 per hour. LTC starts at 18-19, and I worked at Health Dept in Columbus for 19 per hour. Changed jobs for experience while working on my RN... Working much harder for a lot less pay! But from what I've been told the RN's start at 22 per hour. Pay is suppose to be higher based on experience.
  2. by   NamasteNurse
    upstate NY, base pay in LTC 18$/hr. plus $1.80 shift differential and another dollar an hour for being charge nurse, so all told, about 21/hour first year.
  3. by   sorpy69
    5 years experience in LTC $28.00/hr in arizona
  4. by   LUV ALZ
    Southern California
    Job 1 $17.51 I pay $90.00 a month for med ins, get 2 weeks pd vacation 6 pd holidays and 3 pd sick days per year
    Job 2 $19.00 per diem $1.00 shift differentials

    Made $53,000 in 2010 and I took a month off that year
  5. by   EMR*LPN
    30 years as an LPN-Traveling as an EMR analyst-$55/hr-all expenses paid, no benefits.
  6. by   heathert_kc
    20.50/hr. LTC full time okay benefits, annual raises, lots of pto like 4 weeks+, varied shifts by choice, b/c I am in school, no shift/weekend diff. in moderate sized midwest city about 1.5 yrs of LTC experience, license for nearly 2 yrs.
  7. by   mummeesgoin2skool
    where do you work ginger?
  8. by   mummeesgoin2skool
    As the lowest paid, that seems pretty good
  9. by   Montana Penny
    1. Years experience LPN since 1996
    2. Nursing Specialty Hospice
    3. Wage 19.33 hour, 20% more per hr night differential
    4. Billings Montana
    5. Excellent Benefits
    6. No raises
    Last edit by Montana Penny on Feb 14, '11 : Reason: wanted to add on to information
  10. by   loriangel14
    $26.05 plus differentials. Regular raises.
  11. by   Tracoyana
    LPN since July 15th 2010.
    First job: 18/hour
    Second job 17/hour.
  12. by   emjunk
    I just graduated in December and passed my boards in January.

    I'm working at a Nursing Home and making base pay of 17/hr for working 7-3, 18/hr for working 3-11, and 19/hr working 11-7 . We also get a pay raise each year of up to 3%. Also full time employees get health, dental and vision insurance for a very small price.

    Right now I'm working weekends, once a week and I can get called in if someone calls in sick. It's a pretty good job, downside is having anywhere from 26-30 patients.
  13. by   aznbaby
    are there any LPN here from Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Do you mind me asking how much you make an hr?

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