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- Feb 14, '12 by cayenne0621$/hour?!?! What are they paying their LPNs and CNAs?? OMG. :uhoh21:
- Feb 14, '12 by Sheryl18I am a new grad LPN and am working at an ALF and started at 24.00/hr. I live in MA and work in RI, with differentials I'm making 25.50, I'm back in school working on prereqs to get my RN ASN.
- Feb 15, '12 by cayenne06I just got offered 26/h at a LTC facility, plus shift differentials. I was previously offered 28.50 at a rural hospital, but that job didn't pan out. I am going to HR at another hospital tomorrow to find out how much they will offer me- it is a state facility and I hear they do not pay well, so I am interested to find out. I am a new ASN grad.
I live in Western Mass.
- Feb 15, '12 by sbostonRNThis thread is depressing to me. I knew I was getting paid crap but I didn't think it was THAT bad. I keep telling myself once I make it to a year or two I'll be able to leave and go make more money somewhere else. it's really too bad that the pay is so bad because I actually like the job!
- Feb 18, '12 by dance4lifeWell in my opinion I think it is good for an aid to get paid well. They work very hard as well. I started in LTC/Sub Acute/Alzheimers. At the time I never made anything over $15 an hour, so I was satisfied on what I started with as a New Grad. Lastly, it was one of the best jobs I ever had.
- Mar 14, '12 by mama.RNI made $33/hour nights at an LTC as new grad. I think they paid about $5 less for days.
- Jan 4 by MBrickleThis is crazy to me! I work in pedi home health (nights) and make 33 or 34/hr. The problem is that to get experience I need to take a huge pay cut, at least initially, as my pay will never likely go up in home health as it would in the hospital setting.
- Jan 5 by CapeCodMermaidLots of skilled facilities on the South Shore are hiring. PM me if you want.