NYC new RN grads $65k

  1. I have been researching and spoke to a RN recruiter at NYU Medical Center. New graduates are hired (non-unionized) at $65,855 to start, with shift differential, and future experience, education differentials. They generally only hire RNs with a BSN and if you have an AAS you MAY be considered based on your years of exp. The salary difference in $1600 between the two degrees....If anyone else has any similar info on other NYC area hospitals please share!
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  3. by   suzanne4
    That is standard for the NYC area.
  4. by   caballoazul78
    thanks a lot graceland. I will be applying to NYU in a couple of months since I will be graduating in May. Is the difference of 1,600 between a BSN and AAS a month or a year?
  5. by   graceland
    I am not certain on that, but I think a year.
  6. by   nyforlove
    Quote from graceland
    I have been researching and spoke to a RN recruiter at NYU Medical Center. New graduates are hired (non-unionized) at $65,855 to start, with shift differential, and future experience, education differentials. They generally only hire RNs with a BSN and if you have an AAS you MAY be considered based on your years of exp. The salary difference in $1600 between the two degrees....If anyone else has any similar info on other NYC area hospitals please share!
    Check out this link: Name the hospital and its Starting Salary!!!
  7. by   Lilluv117
    It's a year... Not a big difference in AAS and BSN for staff nurse here in NY...
  8. by   graceland
    Does anyone know the starting salary for RN with AAS and how hard is it to get a job with the AAS as oposed to the BSN?
  9. by   Lilluv117
    It's the same... It's not harder to get a job with an AAS... And starting salary is around $65K with an AAS... it's about $1500 more with a BSN - The difference is when you want to get a job in a higher position - like managerial or administrative position. Then you need the BSN.
  10. by   graceland
    THANKS for info!!!!!!
  11. by   keishahu
    I also heard that it easy to get hired in private hospitals in nyc with ur bsn
  12. by   qtRN
    Quote from graceland
    I have been researching and spoke to a RN recruiter at NYU Medical Center. New graduates are hired (non-unionized) at $65,855 to start, with shift differential, and future experience, education differentials. They generally only hire RNs with a BSN and if you have an AAS you MAY be considered based on your years of exp. The salary difference in $1600 between the two degrees....If anyone else has any similar info on other NYC area hospitals please share!

    Graceland, are you sure the BSN differential is $1600? I thought is is only $1300...well, I hope you're right. Thanks.

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