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- Jan 21 by FutureCRNA?I think that's a pretty average starting rate from what I've seen. And with minimal experience $150K-$200K doesn't seem abnormal either.
- Jan 21 by xX Goose XxStarting wage seems to be regionally based. I friends that just graduated in the last class and started in the 160's with excellent benefits. I have classmates who have received offers in the 170's that don't take boards until May. We got job offers from sites we did clinical rotations through. Every clinical rotation should be considered a job interview. Stay late, work your ass off, be prepared, volunteer for cases (even the not so glamorous- as a student, you can learn from EVERY case). Your hard work and preparedness will be noticed and talked about.
- Jan 21 by ckh23Quote from manuskoOf course, it's just like anything else. There are pro's and con's to both and it's not for everyone.Difference is when you sign with a employer you know where you will be working. The military can send you anywhere their needs are. I also work with three people that did their service trough the army reserve and it took them 2-3 yrs after their service payback agreement to actually be released.
Not a bad way to pay for college but there is a reason they give a bunch of money. You Will earn it.
- Jan 22 by mandof5Some good info here, thanks!
- Jan 23 by missnurse01Quote from MistaVas active duty military? yes that is what I have read people saying and looked at the pay charts. not in the private sectorA new grad CRNA making half of 135k? That's what a staff nurse makes in most parts of the country. Wouldn't make much sense financially to do CRNA if that was the case
- Jan 25 by ckh23There are also other benefits like free health and dental and no malpractice insurance.
- Feb 8 by EyesOnPrizeDo you know if my spouse would be covered?