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by Vicky Laursen

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    Can you tell me what place is this. I live in Brooklyn, NY
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    In Central NJ as a brand new nurse in Long Term Care $24.00 for day shift. My facility gives $1.50 Shift Diff for 3p-11p and 11p-7a
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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.
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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.
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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!....
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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.
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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!!!
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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.
    tkg123 and Wild Irish LPN like this.
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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?....
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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?....


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