ER RN salary - page 2

Do any of you mind sharing how much your base pay per hour is? I just got a new job, and I feel that my rate is less than I should be making in Pennsylvania. I mentioned my two years experience to... Read More

  1. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    33.75 / hour (Canadian)
    1.10 evening premium
    1.35 night
    1.45 weekend
  2. by   jaimealmostRN
    NJ-$30/hr for new grads on nights, $24-28/hr for days depending on hospital.
  3. by   PedsERRN
    in DC, 36.00, plus diff.
    Charge=4.00/hr, Preceptior=5.00/hour
  4. by   TinyNurse
    18.59 as a 2 yr RN at vandy level I
    moving to houston and have been quoted at 24.85 at a level I
    big difference.........................
  5. by   ER2Ed
    Michigan - New Grad in ER, starting at 21.50 base pay.
  6. by   CEN35
    In Ohio here,

    7 years ER, 2 years PACU, $25.96 hr dayshift, + $! for charge, and anytime after 7pm andother $1 hr, x 1.5 for any call.

  7. by   RedNurse1979
    $23.66 TX new Grad. $3.50-$4.50 eve & nt shift diff, about $5 wkend nt shift diff. full benefits. TX has a great cost of living!
  8. by   austin heart
    Quote from RedNurse1979
    $23.66 TX new Grad. $3.50-$4.50 eve & nt shift diff, about $5 wkend nt shift diff. full benefits. TX has a great cost of living!
    What part of Tx?
  9. by   RedNurse1979
    Houston, and this position is not even in the Texas Medical Center (pays the most in Texas).
  10. by   brudjazz
    Quote from nanna4
    Oklahoma City, base rate 15.50 plus 3% per year experience and a very low cost of living. The usual shift difs.
    Hell, no wonder. You're living in Twister Country.
  11. by   anneskie06
    Quote from gamegirlkimmy
    You want to make good money in nursing come to California! Our hospital starts new grads at 35.00+ an hour. Shift differential is 3.53 for pm shift and over 6 for night shift. Seasoned nurses working per diem make 50.00+ hourly. The union for RNs in most of the hospitals here is CNA and the contract gives double the base rate for 3rd weekend worked so for a new grad working 3rd weekend thats 70/hr for the 16 hour weekend worked. Most nurses here have a 6 figure income. I started nursing in Arkansas where the pay when I left 4 years ago was a measly 14-15 dollars an hour. I Came to California as a travel nurse and decided to stay! Housing is spendy here (3 times more than anywhere else) but the income more than makes up for it.

    Where in California?tnx
  12. by   FirewalkerRN
    Last edit by FirewalkerRN on Apr 23, '05 : Reason: boss may be looking
  13. by   Gator,SN
    I live in PA and my base rate is $24.23