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new graduate nurse pay 2016

  1. 0 Soon to be new grad looking to get an idea of the new grad pay for hospital in area. I know the pay is set for most new gad jobs in the acute care setting, does any one know the current rates for acute care jobs in this area?
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  3. Visit  Lev <3 profile page
    #1 1
    I think it is in the 26-28 range.
  4. Visit  alexis_xoxo profile page
    #2 0
    What state?
  5. Visit  jessicamillan12 profile page
    #3 1
    for the baltimore area
  6. Visit  iNurse_BSN profile page
    #4 0
    40-47/hr NYC
  7. Visit  Ard123 profile page
    #5 1
    1. Northern California (Oakland)
    2. 3.5 years experience, base pay 71.25/hr, full benefits; base salary $150,000 a year, but due to overtime, I've already increased my income ceiling to date to about 160,000- 170,000 (working an average of 42hrs/a week). Trying to get to $200K (if I can leverage OT and work an average of 45hrs/week)
    3 1750 for my 2 bedroom apartment, subleasing second room, so my share is 900/month.
    This is a high cost of living area, but I found a COL calculator by CNN Cost of living: How far will my salary go in another city? - CNNMoney just to see if my pay justifies the COL
    Here's what I found plugging in my region, and base salary of 150,000 (just the base, no overtime included):
    My salary of 150,000 in Oakland, CA is equivalent to:
    ... Making 178,000/year in brooklyn (Approx $85/hr)
    ... Making 146,000/year in boston (approx 73/hr)
    ...Making 103,000/year in Atlanta (approx 51/hr)
    ... Making 119,000/year in Chicago (approx 60/hr)
    ... Making 122,000/year in Philidelphia (approx 61/hr)
    ... Making 111,000/year in Las Vegas (approx 56/hr)
    ...Making 190,000/year in Honolulu (approx 95/hr)
    ...Making 115,000/year in Miami (approx 56/hr)
    ...Making 87,000/year in Memphis (approx 43/hr)
    ...Making 103,000/year in Charleston (approx 51/hr)

    I was a bit surprised by the pay contrast in comparison to other parts of the country, and it makes me think that RN's elsewhere should be paid more. I'm just curious, are any Rn's making the above figures in the respective cities?
  8. Visit  NurseM&M profile page
    #6 0
    2016 updates
    medstar hospitals in Baltimore area-$26
    baltimore washington-$27
    univeristy if maryland medical center- $28
    Holy Cross- ADN-$28 BSN-$30
    Johns Hopkins- $24-25.. $28 with PACE option (40 hrs/week, no holiday pay or differentials as it is already factored in pay rate)

    all of these places offer differentials in addition to base pay
  9. Visit  JmhATL profile page
    #7 0
    I'll graduate with my BSN, RN from New Orleans and plan to move to Atlanta, interested in New Grad Residency/ICU. Does anyone starting pay to include night differentials?
  10. Visit  K1048 profile page
    #8 1
    Atlanta 2017- 25-26 base. 3-5 differential for nights. This is for new grads
  11. Visit  JmhATL profile page
    #9 0
    You are awesome for sharing because the rate of pay I know is in New Orleans but looking forward to moving to Atlanta after graduation ; thank you! I'm planning to buy a home once I get a job offer.
  12. Visit  JmhATL profile page
    #10 0
    My goal is Piedmont and I am prayerful.
  13. Visit  johsonmichelle profile page
    #11 1
    Quote from JmhATL
    You are awesome for sharing because the rate of pay I know is in New Orleans but looking forward to moving to Atlanta after graduation ; thank you! I'm planning to buy a home once I get a job offer.

    I'm also thinking of buying a home but I have already started working as a nurse . I will suggest that you work for a while before you buy a home.
  14. Visit  JmhATL profile page
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    The purpose for shopping for a home is due to interest rates going up and there is an area I'm considering because of home values and a good education system in East Cobb. I appreciate any feedback as my parents live in Marietta where their home values have remained high for 20+ years Any insight is appreciated because I own a big dog whose my baby and my parents don't like pets in their home.

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