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  1. Hi all,

    How much is the base salary,benefits and annual salary including all differentials at NYU
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  3. by   rigbyk
    i would love to know this as well. they offer an INCREDIBLE tuition repayment program--24 credits a year if youve worked there 6 months! crazy. that is awesome. im definitely applying here when i graduate in december...
  4. by   jillnurse2b
    I'm pretty sure the base salary is $72,000
  5. by   ekiosaghae
    is that for graduate nurses or those with experience?
  6. by   Sammi15
    The base salary at NYU is around $64K, your assumption of $72K is way too much. Of course there is more $$ with a BSN degree and working evening.
    Last edit by Sammi15 on Feb 1, '07
  7. by   qtRN
    sammi15, are you currently working in NYU?
  8. by   jillnurse2b
    I will be graduating with my BSN in may. NYU is definitely higher than $64,000. That is the lowest I heard of any nursing salary in NYC. I spoke with NYU a few months ago and was told it is $72,000.
  9. by   Sammi15
    Quote from jillnurse2b
    I will be graduating with my BSN in may. NYU is definitely higher than $64,000. That is the lowest I heard of any nursing salary in NYC. I spoke with NYU a few months ago and was told it is $72,000.
    I'm pretty sure the base salary at NYU for a new grad is in the $64K range. Could it be that $72K is included for the experienced, BSN, and evening differential?

    I'll be graduating from NYU in May 07' and attended an on-campus job fair for nursing students last semester. We asked all the recruiters about the base salary for a new grad and all of them gave a range of low $60K to high $60K. Therefore, I don't think any hospital in New York City will pay a starting salary of $72K to a new grad without BSN and evening differential--that is just way too much!
    Last edit by Sammi15 on Feb 1, '07
  10. by   jillnurse2b
    All of the hospitals in NYC that I have spoken with and researched (check out some of there websites) pay high 60s-low 70s. This is for a new BSN grad, no experience.
  11. by   qtRN
    Jill, do you have nursing experience? did you ask the HR about the base salary in NYU?

    from what I know, the base salary in NYU is $65k. I hope you are right, NYC has the highest cost of living here in US and new grads in CA get $72k/yr, I hope it's the same way here in NYC.

    Please update me. thanks.
  12. by   qtRN
    One more thing I would like to add, NYU requires all RN that they hire to work for a minimum of one year...well, if they are a Magnet designated hospital, I don't think that they have to do this because they do not have to oblige the nurses to work for them. In Magnet hospitals, nurses would want to work in these hospitals that promote a good working environment, encourages nursing autonomy and boosts the nursing professional practice through awards and recognition. So far, this is the only hospital that I have known that requires a one year contract...
  13. by   lilnat03
    it doesn't seem totally infeasible that NYU is starting at 72K. I interviewed at Sloan-Kettering and am a new grad and was told they are starting at 70k plus 10% nights.
  14. by   pcicurn7
    base salary for most NYC hospitals for new grads is low to mid 60s...the one hospital i know of has 64K base salary, plus 6K differential=70K. I would bet that it is indeed 72K, but it includes your differential

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