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U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More

  1. by   KKERRN
  2. by   nursedawn67
    1. LPN
    2. 2 years
    3. LTC in Michigan
    4. $13.97/hr

  3. by   DARLENEDOT
    Hi, I work in south texas as an LVN in GI Lab licensed for 25yrs I am now
    making $16.84 an hour which is a $2.64 cut from what I was making in the cardiology departmennt
    doing echos and stress tests I had to leave the Cardiology department so I could attend night classes toward my RN they would not let me off my on call schedule during the week so I could better myself and be more employable for them Actually I understand they had no legal right to lower my salary but I didn't know that at the time....I had been working for this corporation for the past 14 + years and that is how they treated me.....
    Sorry to blabber on but I am still so sensitive about it..
  4. by   Marj Griggs
    1. BSN
    2. Grad 1961--41 years!
    3. A progression from OB (all areas in a 14-bed department) to Post-partum to Mother-Baby in an urban hospital
    4. $25 per hour when I retired 3 years ago
  5. by   Heather RN
    1. RN I
    2. New grad june of 2001
    3. Ortho/Neuro floor (Idaho)
    4. 17.83/hr
  6. by   4XNURSE
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by plumrn

    1.Position held.(RN,LVN/LPN)
    RN (BSN)
    2.Years as a nurse.
    3.Area of work.(M/S,ER,LTC,etc.)
    4.Current hourly wage.
    $31.00(in ER)(1.5 after 8)
    $20.00(in education) + benifits
  7. by   Heather56
    postion held: RN
    years worked: 11
    area: neuromed/surg
    salary: 29.74 + various shift diffs + benefits.
    Because of nurse shortages, particularly in my area, there is alot of ot to be worked for those who are willing. Unfortunately the money is tempting and some people are overdoing it leading to increased illness/burnout, leading to more staff off, leading to more overtime!
  8. by   sandygator
    RN (ADN)
    25 years
    Currently Ped staff (I was charge nurse in PICU for 10 yeras)
    24.32/hr (does not include shift diff, etc)
    North Central Florida

    I would like to see level of education listed as well!
  9. by   sandygator
    One glaring truth here...not much reward for longevity in the field, is there?
  10. by   nursemicke
    Shands home health, Gainesville, Fl. $25. per visit, perdiem
    Home Health Corp of America, Tarpon Springs, FL, perdiem $26.50 per vist. High tech (IV) $36.
    Anne RN
  11. by   wolfox
    1. RN (ADN)
    2. 7 years
    3. contract-postpartum-IHS
    4. $32.00

    (This is my first post-hope I'm doing it right!)
  12. by   zumalong
    1. RN soon to be BSN
    2. 15 years
    3. Med/surg, LTC, neuro/uro surg/ nursing education
    4. teaching in small town-18.75 teaching in big city- 25.00 +bene.

    (will see small increase for BSN--but not enough to cover the cost of schooling--only way this will benefit me is if I continue on my schooling)
  13. by   jenlhale
    Houston is not as bad as you think, actually the crime in Houston is much lower than in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, it was proven by an FBI report. There are some nice areas in Houston, myself I live in Fort Bend County and love it here, I would never live in the city

    Future BSN student-starting Summer of 2002