New Grad Pay in Texas? - page 2
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I'm a new grad in Texas. I was just wondering what was a normal base pay as a new grad (with your specialty)? Thanks!... Read More
- 2Aug 17, '12 by nurseintx0511I work med/surg at a smaller hospital in the DFW area. As a new grad, I started at 25/hr. And then I'm night shift, so that's an extra $4/hr, and then $6/hr weekend diff. Working a weekend night is pretty sweet pay for a new grad lol
- 2Aug 18, '12 by CarryThatWeightQuote from cheesey_mcflaviusWas this supposed to be funny? Sarcastic? I'm not getting the joke.Being a new grad, I make 6 bajillion/hr, with night shift diff of 20 centillion dollars, plus weekend shift diff of 90 quintillion holiday shift-diff of 10 trillion centillion dollars.
- 0Aug 22, '12 by MedChicaTheCOMMUTER'S stats are dead on, I think.
Well, my GVN pay will be $20/hr.
I'm not sure what my new grad nurse pay will be. I don't even know if I'll rec'v extra pay for nightshift, either. Hadn't thought of that until I saw this thread.
I'd be happy because I'm over the avg, either way. So, I feel fortunate for the offer.
I've heard that nurses in my facility are paid well. The nurses are just very hush-hush about their wages. But - our charge RN is a new grad and she earns more at our facility than what she now does at the hospital....(I think she works at Baptist simultaneously?)
I'm just speculating, but she's gotta be earning close to $30/hr.
I'm in LTC psych, btw.
- 0Aug 29, '12 by nursetaminatorQuote from cheesey_mcflaviusThanks for the chuckle!!!Being a new grad, I make 6 bajillion/hr, with night shift diff of 20 centillion dollars, plus weekend shift diff of 90 quintillion holiday shift-diff of 10 trillion centillion dollars.
In Bryan/College Station, and surrounding areas, new RN's at the hospitals start out around $25/hr IF you can find a job. One place was $25/hr then I think $4/hr extra on the weekends. Not sure on shift diff bc it was a day position I was offered.
- 0Sep 9, '12 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from libby11The cost of living in Houston is actually lower than the cost to live in D/FW or Austin. San Antonio is probably the big city in Texas with the lowest cost of living. Austin has the highest cost of living (for Southern standards), and the D/FW area has a moderately higher cost of living than Houston.Is the cost of living in Houston higher versus DFW, San Antonia, Austin?