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  1. 29
    30 years as an LPN-Traveling as an EMR analyst-$55/hr-all expenses paid, no benefits.
    coolcar19528, nursebtanner, Proacura, and 26 others like this.

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  2. 0
    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.
  3. 0
    where do you work ginger?
  4. 0
    As the lowest paid, that seems pretty good
  5. 0
    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
  6. 2
    $26.05 plus differentials. Regular raises.
  7. 0
    LPN since July 15th 2010.
    First job: 18/hour
    Second job 17/hour.
  8. 1
    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.
    sweepeaang likes this.
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    are there any LPN here from Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Do you mind me asking how much you make an hr?
    bugandbee22 and RangeinPlace like this.
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    LPN's are making alot more than I am with my 2.5 years experience. Good for them but times are tough for my family. I make 18/hour. I have been told that NP's only make 45k around here. Sorry, but I can't live on that anymore. Too much responsibility for too little $$. I have been told that is why there are no PA's here. They will not settle for this pay. Could be true because I do not know any PA's. NP's staff the ER most of the time. BUT there is no industry here and everyone is medicaid or the working non insured. I will probably have to move but in the end who takes care of these people?
    MySonIsAdorable likes this.


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