Hello all! I recently had an interview today as a school nurse as an LPN. I have only 3 months nursing home experience, but brought a binder full of first aid, neb treatments, lice info, seizure info, diabete info, etc, to show I was serious. They seemed to be impressed, said anybody would be lucky to have me (Thats what they all say -rolls eyes- ) But, I asked about pay...she said its usually 19,000 something to 33,000, me probably starting at the lower end because of experience. Now, from what I hear benefits are great. I am 21 and I want to start my life out. I work graveyards at the nursing home, about 2-3 days a week, 16.50. I get soooo stressed there. I do a great job from what people tell me, but I get so excited thinking of working at the school. Having a work family, helping kids, setting up bulletins and announcements, a DAY job, which I never thought I would miss til I started nights. Well, I guess what I'm asking is...is working at alittle more pay than I basically get at a grocery store (Where I also work), worth it? Is it worth the less stress. I work a hall some nights where I have 40+ people because I get two halls...imagine morning med pass, guh, and PRN meds...Can you even haggle with salary? If they say we're starting you at the lowest, can you beg to differ? hahaha. Thanks in advance, and please pray I do get the job though for me!