How much do you make? - page 4
U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More
Apr 5, '01Specialty: 9 year(s) of experience in med/surg, cardiac/telemetry, hospice ; Joined: May '99; Posts: 192; Likes: 17RN
$20.20/hr + diff
Apr 5, '01Occupation: Enterprise Application Systems Analyst Specialty: 27 year(s) of experience in Everything except surgery ; Joined: Mar '01; Posts: 5,601; Likes: 174Now I have been to Houston, and traveled through there on a Saturday, and the traffic was awful! BUT...if that is the kind of money being made...shooot...now let me see...where is my Texas license?? Let me think,...bad traffic...high pay...no state taxes...high pay...shoooot...HEY what is the name of that hospital?? Any LVN jobs open?? ICU, ER, OB, ..shoot I'll take anything even ugh Med-Surg...dang the traffic!!!
Apr 5, '01Occupation: Patient Education Specialty: 7 year(s) of experience in LDRP; Education ; Joined: Mar '01; Posts: 7,470; Likes: 56Originally posted by Dplear:
It is not fishy, I truely do make that much per year, here is how it breaks down:
charge nurse pay: 3.00/hr
shift diff (nites) 6.50/hr
hourly rate 35.75/hr
45.25/hr x 40hrs weeks=approx 91k a year, I work very little overtime and make 1000 more in incidental pay.
We have friends that live in Austin and in (ick) Lubbock. Maybe we'll move.
Even the cost of living...damn we just built a 1800 square foot home, 3 bedrooms, etc for $190,000!! Texas sounds real good.
Apr 5, '01Occupation: Enterprise Application Systems Analyst Specialty: 27 year(s) of experience in Everything except surgery ; Joined: Mar '01; Posts: 5,601; Likes: 174OOPs forgot to answer the poll : .
Area of work depends on Contract
Pay depends on contract, from $18-25/hr plus fully furnished private housing, and utilities paid with Benefits, and starting, and completion bonuses.
Apartment now is 2/2 with washer dryer, microwave, TV/VCR. Some with cable, phone, cooking utensils, and even maid service on one contract. But would give it all up for a great fulltime position with excellent benefits, and adequate staffing.
Apr 5, '01Occupation: surgical RN Joined: Apr '01; Posts: 11. RN
2. 3yrs-RN; 6yrs-LPN; 1yr-CNA
4. $16.00/hr plus on-call pay, and time and a half for call backs.
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Apr 5, '01Occupation: RN Joined: Apr '01; Posts: 4Originally posted by kaycee:
3.Charge nurse ER
Apr 5, '01Occupation: RN Specialty: ER, PACU, OR ; Joined: Dec '98; Posts: 2,120; Likes: 28OK I can't remember the order?
5 yrs experience all ER, and am the Nurse manager for evening shift, and make $20.88hr. Cleveland, Ohio.
JFR, if I was a $16 an hour nurse at that TX hospital, and knew about someone else making 94,000? I would demand a raise......a big one, or quit and go elsewhere. It's amazing how we are allegedly worht only so much, yet some get what they want? Our shift differential is .75-1.00 and hour, and chrage/nurse manager diff 1.00hr.
Apr 5, '01Occupation: Emergency nurse Joined: Dec '00; Posts: 221. R.N.
2. 11 years
3. Charge nurse, E.R.
5. Oregon Coast
***6. Great benefits, 13.25 hours off paid
for every 72 hours worked.
Apr 5, '01Occupation: Registered Nurse Joined: Mar '01; Posts: 71. RN
2. ~1 year
3. Staff Nurse on Acute Med-Oncology combined floor in VA hospital in Salt Lake City
4. Just got a raise - $16.11/hr (no bene's, could not afford them). Also, 10% diff nights, 25% diff for Sundays, but no add'l pay for charge.
Cost of living here is pretty high, seemed to sky rocket the day after the 2002 Olympics were announced. Nursing wages have not kept pace, but then I suppose it's like that everywhere else!!!
Apr 5, '01Occupation: RN Joined: Apr '01; Posts: 21. RN/Staff nurse
2. In the medical profession for about 5yrs.
RN since 9/2000, and a LVN/LPN since
3. Telemetry/Med Surg
Apr 5, '01Occupation: RN, Intensive care Joined: Nov '00; Posts: 61; Likes: 1Originally posted by plumrn:
Calling all nurses! Just a quick poll.Please tell us your:
2.Years as a nurse.
3.Area of work.(M/S,ER,LTC,etc.)
4.Current hourly wage.
This should be interesting. Thanks.
4. 23.06/HR. 2.00/hr shif diff after4p-mn, 2.50/hr shift diff mn-8a.
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Apr 5, '01Occupation: LPN Joined: Apr '01; Posts: 4[QUOTE]Originally posted by plumrn:
[B]Calling all nurses! Just a quick poll.Please tell us your:
1.Position held LPN
2.Seven years as a nurse.
3.Area of work is substance abuse and psychiatric
4.Current hourly wage $28./hour as we have been receiveing bonuses since Feb r/t nursing shortage in our area. Prior to Feb my hourly rate was $17./hour.
Very content with salary here in NJ
Apr 5, '01Occupation: r.n. Joined: Jan '00; Posts: 130; Likes: 4RN
4 ortho / ~10 CCU, 1 currently CCU/PCU CN
$21.50 base pay, $2.50 diff for CN
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