beth.grossman 986 Views
Joined Feb 23, '11.
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i'm state (GA) and get $46000 annually plus 13% shift (3-11) and extra 5% weekends (two a month). Works out to about 53000 annually or average $25.48 BUT you get 12 paid holidays (if you work you get comp time) and then 2 weeks sick leave and 2 weeks vacation...oh yeah and overtime is time and a half but you have to keep up on it or they try and pay you in comp time.
I'm a new grad in psych and in my area it's difficult to get anything EVEN psych. I've been here a little while but a slot opened up for entry level at local hospital - 500+ applications with current down to 150. Somehow i made that cut, probably because i at least had some kind of experience. We shall see if i make the interview cuts. I actually am enjoying psych more than i had anticipated and i truly had to fight for the job but i still find sometimes that I feel a little cheated that i don't get to do the "medical" aspect.
Hello all my fellow psych nurses, I'm doing some research and just wondering if anyone has encountered my situation. I work 2nd shift (3-11:30) in a forensic inpatient hospital that is state run. I have so far loved the job and have become very proficient at getting things done after business hours - some of you probably are familiar with being cut off completely at 5pm and know how fun that is. To top it all off our two charge RNs from first shift literally do nothing. I have yet to find their names on charting etc etc. and then tell me that they couldn't do an ekg because they were "too busy" when there was 2 charges and 4 staff RNs on PLUS 2 LPNs and our shift normally runs on two RNs OR one RN and one LPN and we run circles around them. Okay, that being said it was nice on friday that i was recognized by the nurse manager and offered the position of 3-11pm charge nurse. I was ecstatic, had a great weekend thinking of the pay raise and the weekends and holidays off!! The only thing so far that i really hate about the job is that i rarely see my 3 year old son and my husband. So i came in today, we were crazy (pardon the pun) but i was again pulled aside by the nurse manager and she informed me that "only the 7-3 shift gets every weekend and holiday off".....how is that possible? Why should i take the title and not the rewards, or treated as an equal? Has anyone run into this before?
Hi All, i just need some knowledgeable advise here. With a year left in school for my RN in Florida, i found out my husband will be relocating to Georgia in 5 months. The initial plan was for my to finish school here and then move up there upon graduation. I am now coming to the realization that it is in a different state....duh me! My prof advised me to write NCLEX in florida due to Georgia's "weird" board rules and regulations and then file for reciprocity. In googling this i discovered that Georgia does not participate in reciprocity and that i would have to work 500 hours in order to even APPLY for my RN license in Georgia!! So after all that, finally here is my question: Does anyone know if i can write the NCLEX in two states and apply for both? OR can i write NCLEX and submit results to both states?! I'm so confused, i just want to finish school and get on with my married life! Thanks in advance
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