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- Jan 15, '11 by Sl1011Quote from LoveANurse09Unfortunately yeah, but I was told after orientation it goes up $1/hr... if you have a BSN i think it's $1/hr more too.wow, 2 years later and pay is still $18.90?
- Jan 21, '11 by CrunchyMamaQuote from LoveANurse09This is a bit depressing considering where I live now (NY) grads start out at $5-$10 more then that! Do I really want to move to SC?wow, 2 years later and pay is still $18.90?
- Jan 29, '11 by none the wiserQuote from CrunchyMamaCost of living is significantly less in the south usuallyThis is a bit depressing considering where I live now (NY) grads start out at $5-$10 more then that! Do I really want to move to SC?
- Jan 29, '11 by P_RNI've always lived in the south and while the salaries are a bit lower the weather, the slower pace and best of all very minimal SNOW make for my idea of the best place in the US. MHO.
- Oct 1, '12 by AmineI'm a pre-nursing student and starting my clinically fall 2013. Anybody knows if the starting wages for new grads and differentials are still the same in the columbia, SC area?Also seeking some advice about which hospital should I go with, I'm interested in critical care while working on my RN-BSN.Also considering applying for Providence apprenticeship summer program. It's 6 weeks but wondering how much they pay. Any help would be greatly appreciated.P.S: VA isn't an option since I'm not a citizen. Thanks