Salary at MGH - page 3
Hello, I was wondering if anyone knows the current starting salary at MGH? A professor of mine said that they start at 100k! Could this be right? What about new grads?... Read More
- 0Feb 15, '09 by post-it girlI just got offerred a new grad job at MGH and the salary I was quoted is as follows:
if you work 50% of the shift in a eve or night shift you get the differential
evening diff $5/hr
night diff $7/hr
wknd diff $4/hr (so wknd nights are $11/hr)
I was also told night shift parks for FREE but day and eve shifts do have to pay to park
- 0Jun 22, '12 by KelRN215Quote from ivyleafMy friend works as an RN at MGH with nearly 5 years experience and makes $32 and change/hr.Does anyone know or have input on what the salary might be for a newly hired case manager w/ 3 years outpatient CM experience, 5 years RN experience?
Or even what the general RN pay is for someone with 5 yrs experience?
- 0Jul 9, '12 by 86711lhI'm a new grad and I work at MGH, whoever told you they make 100k clearly has no clue what they are talking about.....unless your working overtime like every week and of course if you work nights...and as a new grad working nights isn't an option your first year....at least on my floor.
- 0Jul 11, '12 by KelRN215Quote from TRR8021Hate to burst your bubble but, in Boston, not only will you be working nights as a new grad if you're able to find a job but you'll likely be working rotating shifts- which is way worse than straight nights. There are plenty of new grads in Boston who don't work nights though... because they're unemployed. There is a serious overabundance of new nursing grads in Boston... if you get offered a job here, take it!I would love to NOT work nights! That sounds like a new grad dream come true! lol