Pay in Detroit area?

  1. Can anyone tell me what a newly graduated nurse makes in the Detroit area?
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  3. by   Sarah_Huff
    Hi. i know that at Mt. Clemens General Hospital in Mt. Clemens, a new nurse with a 2 year degree starts out at $23 if they want to make their own hours, and $25 if you let them pick your hours. thats what a new graduate told me while i was visiting my dad in the hospital for 2 months this past december. if its correct, i have no idea.
  4. by   Newgrad-CCU
    Quote from bellasalsera
    Can anyone tell me what a newly graduated nurse makes in the Detroit area?
    I'm a recent grad (3/04) and work at St. John. New grads get 21.05/hr until they pass their boards-then get an increase after NCLEX success! This amount does not include shift/weekend premiums.
  5. by   border rn
    Quote from bellasalsera
    Can anyone tell me what a newly graduated nurse makes in the Detroit area?
    Mount Clemens pays 20/49 per hour for New Grads They are currently negotiaing the contract and things are pretty much in uphevel right now
  6. by   terri0318rn
    Most hospitals in the Detroit area start off new grads at $20something. 21 is pretty high and I have found out that it is 21.00 as a new hire no matter what your experience is at most of the hospitals unless it is union. I started at NOMC at 22.26 with 4.00 differential for nights and 3.00 more for weekends. This is the best pay I foud while interviewing for a new position within the last month.
    Quote from bellasalsera
    Can anyone tell me what a newly graduated nurse makes in the Detroit area?
  7. by   cursenurse
    the recruiter @ sinai-grace offered $26/hr, blew my mind, (don't know how great the working conditions are though).
  8. by   Sirena922
    Do you have a BSN or ADN when you graduated?



    Quote from cursenurse
    the recruiter @ sinai-grace offered $26/hr, blew my mind, (don't know how great the working conditions are though).
  9. by   cursenurse
    Quote from Sirena922
    Do you have a BSN or ADN when you graduated?
    ADN, and i have since found out that the working conditions are kind of bad. lots of short staffing.
    Last edit by cursenurse on Apr 8, '05 : Reason: typo
  10. by   KatrinaPM
    I applied in Detoit- ended up taking a job in Ann Arbor, though.


    I'll fill ya in:
    DMC: 22/hr base. There of course, are diff. time differentials to consider I think it's 1.85.
    Henry Ford: 22.25 an hour Plus 7% night differential (Henry Ford pays for you to take an nclex course as well. I would've worked here if this NICU job in AA didn't open up.)

    University of MIchigan is 21.00/hr with 1.00 evening diff and 1.25 night diff.

    Let me know if you have any other questions
  11. by   cursenurse
    Quote from KatrinaPM
    I applied in Detoit- ended up taking a job in Ann Arbor, though.


    I'll fill ya in:
    DMC: 22/hr base. There of course, are diff. time differentials to consider I think it's 1.85.
    Henry Ford: 22.25 an hour Plus 7% night differential (Henry Ford pays for you to take an nclex course as well. I would've worked here if this NICU job in AA didn't open up.)

    University of MIchigan is 21.00/hr with 1.00 evening diff and 1.25 night diff.

    Let me know if you have any other questions


    do you know who i would contact at henry ford for nclex reimbursement? i had no idea that they paid for nclex.
  12. by   KatrinaPM
    Quote from cursenurse
    do you know who i would contact at henry ford for nclex reimbursement? i had no idea that they paid for nclex.
    Hm, maybe I wasn't clear. They pay for an nclex course. It's a part of your orientation, I think

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