Salary comparison - page 4
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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be very helpful regarding salaries in different cities throughout the U.S. However, a lot of the threads are a little outdated regarding pay rates, so I was hoping to start a new one. I have noticed that... Read More
- 0Mar 16, '12 by joanna73 GuideQuote from happyinillinoisYes and no. The cost of living isn't cheap, but Canadian nurses aren't paid this way. We're union, so it doesn't matter where you live. Each Province is different, but except for Quebec, the wages are decent.Nice! Are you in a high cost of living area?
- 0Mar 18, '12 by ~Mi Vida Loca~RNCheyenne, Wy new grads ASN and BSN are started at 25 p/h base pay. They just gave everyone a dollar an hr raise. We are so short staffed that they also just announced this week that anyone that works a 4th shift during the work week will get bonus pay on top of their time and a half. RN's it's 10 dollars more per hr so a new nurse working a 4th shift will be making about $48 per hr. Their is also no state tax and no food tax here. I LOVE IT!
I graduated in May and I make 25.50 P/H
Differentials are Mid Shift 8% and Night Shift 12%Last edit by ~Mi Vida Loca~RN on Mar 18, '12
- 0Mar 18, '12 by ~Mi Vida Loca~RNQuote from GuttercatI personally am having a hard time adjusting to the actual City of Wyoming after living in FoCo for the past 5 1/2 years. I had to chuckle reading this because clean is the last word I would use to describe the city. I can't believe how completely different the culture and the city is with only being 45 mins. away from Fort Collins.Congrats!
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.
Their are some pros about working here though, I am trying to embrace living here but it's been a very tough adjustment.
- 0May 24, '12 by GitanoRN Guideaverage salary of grads. jobs with related titles
in usd as of may 24, 2012 30k 60k 90k supervisory nurse consultant in honolulu, hi $75,000 supervisory clinical nurse g in honolulu, hi $70,000 pediatric physician assistant in honolulu, hi $74,000 lpn primary care clinic in honolulu, hi $30,000 lpn medical surgical in honolulu, hi $43,000 nurse consultant in honolulu, hi $56,000 clinical nurse rn in honolulu, hi $34,000 nurse specialist in honolulu, hi $57,000 nurse practitioner g in honolulu, hi $65,000 triage nurse in honolulu, hi $33,000 nurse clinical medicine surgical in honolulu, hi $57,000 head nurse in honolulu, hi $38,000 nurse aprn pract in honolulu, hi $79,000 occupational health nurse in honolulu, hi $48,000
needless to say, the cost of living in hawaii is very high since everything is imported to the island.
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- 0Jul 20, '12 by julestxiongQuote from oriellyk-Fresno, CAI 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 a new one. I have noticed that some people get really bent out of shape when it comes to salary discussions, which then causes a lot of bickering, which then causes the thread to end. If you are one of these people, just ignore the post, it doesn't need a bunch of caddy "if you are only worried about the money, you shouldn't be a nurse!" posts. I'm sure I am not the only almost-nurse one who is single, no kids, and ready to move wherever the best opportunity is present. If you would be so helpful as to include:
1. City where you work
2. How many years working as an RN or LPN
3. Take home pay, or hourly pay
It would be much appreciated!
current pay $35.42/hr, only have weekend differentials. time and a half pay after 8 hr.
-per diem rate at another local hospital $40.50/hr. same competitive differential.
Question: anyone know's how the pay scale is like in the Charlotte, hickory, raleigh North Carolina region?