Salary comparison - page 2
I have found this site to be very helpful regarding salaries in different cities throughout the U.S. However, a lot of the threads are a little outdated regarding pay rates, so I was hoping to start... Read More
Mar 14, '12 by cayenne06, MSN, CNM*Western Mass, RN/CPM enrolled in a BSN program
*Private duty/ home health nursing
*Have been licensed for less than two months
*28.50 plus shift differentials. It's a good salary, but sometimes unpredictable as I don't get paid if my patient cancels! Luckily this hasn't been an issue yet, but I've only been on the job two weeks.
Mar 14, '12 by WoodenpugThe best, most accurate data on salaries comes from: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Not surveys of nurses and definitely not from the sites which require you to pay.
The government has access to more accurate data and shows you the statistical methods.
Mar 14, '12 by That Guy, BSN, RN, EMT-BKansas
RN - 1 year Medical
Mar 14, '12 by ®Nurse, MSN, RNAround San Francisco
RN. ICU. Have been with current employer for almost 5 years now
Bay Area = VERY high cost of living.
Mar 14, '12 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorNW of Boston
33 years BSN + certifications
non union (before i got sick) Supervisor acute care $54.00 + diffs for nights and weekends (I don't remember the $...$4.75 nights, $3.00 weekends) Union facilities make more historically, $70.00 and up....cost of living HIGH.
Mar 14, '12 by WoodenpugAnd union facilities pay more to travelers. And hire more travel nurses. Gotta love the unions.
Mar 14, '12 by GuttercatQuote from happyinillinoisNice! Are you in a high cost of living area?
All of Canadia is a high cost of living area.
That's why they come down here to shop or buy vacation homes in Arizona.
Mar 14, '12 by GuttercatQuote from That GuyKansas
RN - 1 year Medical
Wyoming is "home" to me. Cheyenne is... a bit flat and notoriously windy...but no tornados to speak of.
Clean little city.
Enjoy the area. SO much to see and do in CO/WY.
Mar 14, '12 by tntrnWestern Washington35 years experience in labor and delivery$58.00 plus shift diff and weekend diff.
Mar 14, '12 by marilyn crispRN 18+ years
10 years ago
$27/hr no benefits
Mar 15, '12 by NightshiftskQuote from tntrnDo you have mandated safe staffing ratios in Washington? Salary sounds good and may want to move there one day but am spoiled by staffing ratios in CaliforniaWestern Washington35 years experience in labor and delivery$58.00 plus shift diff and weekend diff.Last edit by Nightshiftsk on Mar 15, '12 : Reason: Reply to specific post