Median pay for L&D RNC-OB with 4 years experience - page 2
by jennycorn11 2,530 Views | 13 Comments
I am an L&D nurse at a Hospital in Western PA. It's a city hospital in Pittsburgh. I have 4 years experience in High Risk Inpatient OB. I recieved my RNC-OB certification2 years ago and I have my BSN. I was wondering what the... Read More
- 0Apr 5, '13 by kaydensmom01Quote from winter_greenEven though you may make over 100k you are not living any more different than nurses getting paid less because wages are adjusted according to the high living expenses of CA and NYI've thought about moving to PA but the pay for RN is very low. I believe CA and NY are the top paying states for RN. I don't mean to brag and please don't take it wrong but I have 2 years of experience and I get over 100k. But then again, living expense in CA is high.
- 0Apr 6, '13 by sali22Quote from kaydensmom01The pay is very low here, abnormally low. The cost of living isn't cheap unless you choose to live in the ghettoo....
Even though you may make over 100k you are not living any more different than nurses getting paid less because wages are adjusted according to the high living expenses of CA and NY
- 0Apr 15, '13 by jennycorn11Quote from justashooterI am making below 50k! I have thought about switching jobs, but L&D jobs in PGH are few and far between. I really don't want to move to a different specialty because I love L&D. But I also love being able to pay my bills... LolWAG you are getting less than 60K? the thing is, we are in a depression right now, and have been for your entire working carreer. the only way to leverage up in such times is the same used in better times. you need to hop from job to job every 2-4 years. each time you do you should get 10-20% differential, and may top out within 3-4 moves making 130-150% of what your more "loyal" classmate is making at the same job they graduated into.
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