DFW hospital pay and benefits for Graduate Nurses

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Hi guys, i'm in my second year of Nursing school and I am applying around for a PCT job to already have my foot in the door at the hospital so when I graduate, it is easier to get a job as an RN.

My question is, does anyone know of the benefits and starting pay for a graduate nurse at any of the hospitals in DFW? I'm interested in Cook Children's, JPS, Texas Health Resources, and Medical City.

Thank you!

Specializes in NRCMA in MFM, past PCT in Med/Surg.

I am also interested. I work at Methodist currently and if I am accepted into their cohort have a 3 year contract here. I'm just curious what the average going rate for ADN/RNs are. I'll have my BSN in under a year after my ADN.

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Specializes in Critical Care; Cardiac; Professional Development. Has 12 years experience.

Low to mid 20s per hour is the norm for new grad RNs in DFW. Usually around 24.50/hr to 27.50/hr. Almost all DFW hospitals require you to come in through a residency and to sign a 2-3 year contract. Generally there is no difference in pay between ADN and BSN but there is a large hiring preference for BSN.