starting salaries

  1. 0 I'm out of state in nursing school right now but want to move back home to MN after I get my degree in december. Just wondering if anyone can give me an idea of how much new RNs can hope to make in the Minneapolis and surrounding areas. Thanks!
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    From 'Minnesota'; Joined Jan '07; Posts: 25; Likes: 3.

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  4. Visit  pat8585 profile page
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    yeah, i posted a question about if minnesota was hiring for nurses and so far, no one answered so wondering about the job market here?

    I live in minnesota and i have HEARD (not vereified) that minnesota starts RN's at around 20 bucks an hour.
    Probably get more in the twin cities.
  5. Visit  xptp29a profile page
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    According to Salary-dot-com, in the Minneapolis area:
    50% of staff nurses earn between 56K to 67K per year. And on the low end 51K; on the high end 71K.

    I'm only a pre-nursing student so I can't back any of this up. Hopefully we'll get a bona-fide Minnesota nurse to verify this info.
  6. Visit  WannaBeNrse profile page
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    Hi,

    i am also only a pre-nursing student, but according to the statistics of my college (graduate job placement), around here newly grad RNs start anywhere from 16-30$/hour- so i guess an average of 20 sounds about right. i live in the country (mcleod county), though, twin cities metro might pay more.
  7. Visit  SanskeetRN profile page
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    I know in St. Cloud New grad nurses start at $25/hr which is similiar from what I"m hearing from classmates looking in the Cities.
  8. Visit  Pucca73 profile page
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    I just graduate from nursing school and found a job in a hospital even before I graduate. All MN hospital pay new graduates who without any experiences $25 per hour, if you work at straight evening or nights, there will be variable pay. About how easy to find a job, I will say it is not that hard. At least, most of my classmates found job before graduate. Another suggestion, finding a nursing assistant job in a hospital, it helps a lot.
  9. Visit  Sassybottom profile page
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    I know the answer to this one! I just talked to a recruiter recently. $26.21/ hour for newly graduated nurses. $30.21/ hour of you work the night shift.
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  10. Visit  sweetiez profile page
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    Oh nice! This will be nice to know when i come close to grad!
  11. Visit  starlight13 profile page
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    Quote from Sassybottom
    I know the answer to this one! I just talked to a recruiter recently. $26.21/ hour for newly graduated nurses. $30.21/ hour of you work the night shift.
    wow! thank you, that's great to hear, it's a lot more than the offer here which is $19/hour
    can i ask which hospital that recruiter was at?
  12. Visit  sweetiez profile page
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    how nice.....!!
  13. Visit  leikerui profile page
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    At HCMC I started at just over $25/hr. With a .8 schedule, that comes to be about $43,000/year not figuring in differentials.
  14. Visit  sunflrz321 profile page
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    Wow. Impressive. In downtown Chicago, the base pay averages $23-24/hr (before differentials) for new grad nurses. It seems merit raises are coming several times per year though in this area, and they are not experiencing nearly as much of a nursing shortage as the rural hospitals are.

    But remember, the best hospital for a new grad IS NOT the one that offers you the best salary. It is the one that offers you the best new grad training program- because THAT is what will have the most long-lasting effect on your career. Your salary will go up as you gain experience no matter where you work.
  15. Visit  Sassybottom profile page
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    Because of negotiations by the union, starting wages for a new grad RN is $27.27 - before shift differentials.

    Shift differentials include the differentials for working evening, night, weekend shifts and also picking up a weekend shift that you are scheduled to have off (an extra $100 per shift!)

    Working overtime can also give you an extra income boost too.
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