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New Grad & New Jersey

  1. 0 I graduated from a BSN this past may and I just finished passing the nclex. I am looking to move to New Jersey to work, somewhere close to NYC. Does anyone have any idea of nursing salaires for new grads in NJ/NY, working conditions, good places to work. I've heard that New Jersey pays pretty decent but in exchange a lot of your salary goes to taxes. Basically any kind of information would be helpful. Thanks

    joe
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  3. Visit  NRSKarenRN profile page
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    Congrats on passing NCLEX!

    Feel free to read through the many threads as many persons have posted in this forum about good facilities for new grads.
  4. Visit  sirI profile page
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    Quote from JKDWaugh81
    I graduated from a BSN this past may and I just finished passing the nclex. I am looking to move to New Jersey to work, somewhere close to NYC. Does anyone have any idea of nursing salaires for new grads in NJ/NY, working conditions, good places to work. I've heard that New Jersey pays pretty decent but in exchange a lot of your salary goes to taxes. Basically any kind of information would be helpful. Thanks

    joe
    Hello and Welcome

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Visit  Jessy_RN profile page
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    Congratulations and welcome to the family of allnurses. Good luck to you.
  6. Visit  ckh23 profile page
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    Quote from JKDWaugh81
    I graduated from a BSN this past may and I just finished passing the nclex. I am looking to move to New Jersey to work, somewhere close to NYC. Does anyone have any idea of nursing salaires for new grads in NJ/NY, working conditions, good places to work. I've heard that New Jersey pays pretty decent but in exchange a lot of your salary goes to taxes. Basically any kind of information would be helpful. Thanks

    joe

    Yeah NJ pretty much bleeds you dry when it comes to taxes. I live in Central Jersey (philly area) and I started at 24.21 + shift diff.
  7. Visit  sayitgirl profile page
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    Quote from ckh23
    Yeah NJ pretty much bleeds you dry when it comes to taxes. I live in Central Jersey (philly area) and I started at 24.21 + shift diff.
    South Jersey per-diem rates are 38-45/ hour. North Jersey pays the best rates. New grad rate is about 24/hour then it goes up according to experience and specialty which will include bonuses.
  8. Visit  sostressed2005 profile page
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    Hi everyone I am a new grad finished in May and took the NCLEX on 8/12 I am so nervous because I am able to go onto the site to see my results in the morning. My computer shut off at 91 questions I felt as though I forgot everything I learned. But I just wanted to say hello to everyone and that I am happy to be apart of your online community.

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