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- by greenclover Jan 1, '10I am looking to work for a staffing agency. As a new LNA, how much can I expect to earn per hour?
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- Jan 6, '10 by brownhairedgalI am wondering as well
- Jan 13, '10 by somethingbetter4meI work 3rd shift and I am a new aid, I am getting 10.50 plus .50 diff. I hope that helps.
- Feb 3, '10 by juliepagGood Lord. Is that all? $10.55ph? I was working at a job as a direct support professional making $10.22 ph. I am looking into becoming an LNA but those figures are very depressing! Does anyone out there make more than $10.55? Or is that all I have to look forward to?
- Feb 9, '10 by DreamyEyesI work per-diem on weekends and make $15 an hour. Day shift at my work starts around $11 I think, evenings are $12, and 3rd shift is around $15 an hour to start.
- Feb 9, '10 by juliepagthanks so much for your response. I have to say that I am kind of discouraged with the pay. I thought it would be aat least $13 an hour anyway. $11 isn't much really.
- Feb 16, '10 by niko1999It really depends on where you work. My first nursing home job after differentials payed me 13.25 an hour. Work staffing now(most wont take you until a year of experience-staffing agencies that is), and I make from 15-18 with them
- Feb 17, '10 by caliotter3Consider $15 to $18 a pretty good salary since that is what LPNs are paid in some places, if they are lucky.
- Mar 15, '10 by birdmomI work with Right at Home in Londonderry, we serves all of southern NH. I make $11. an hour.
- Nov 29, '10 by RR910LTC 2ND SHIFT 11.75