How much do you make? - page 41

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

  1. by   martabee
    Fom Mobile, AL RN, BSN, CCRN
    7yrs RN experience
    Come on down, plenty of work available
  2. by   RN4ustat
    currently working as Radiology RN
    M-F 8-5 No Nights, no holidays, no weekends, no call
  3. by   recnurse1
    1. LPN
    2. licensed 28 years, out of nursing for 18, but have been back in it for 6 years now
    3. work in special ed /multihandicapped school
    4. last year made about $12, 000
  4. by   traumarns
    ok I'll give it a go
    1. rn
    2. rn one year, lpn 10 yrs(exp neuro surg and trauma er)
    3 icu
    4. 20.80/hr with ~5 dollar shift diff
    5. denver, colorado.

    I am curious what the hospital rns in Montana are making, especially in the flat head valley.
  5. by   Pamelita
    1 year exp
    $17.50 plus differential and double pay when supervisor is desperate!
    Med -Surge Vent. Unit/ICU/PCU-stepdown.
  6. by   pollux
    1. AHN
    2.12 yrs
    3. pediatric
  7. by   renerian
    DANG no offense but some of you are way way way underpaid......

    I wish I knew the states..............I need to move to texas!

    1. RN
    2. 16 years
    3. hospice for now...............maybe not tomarrow
    4. 28.26 hour but I am supposed to work a minimum of 60 hours per week and I am salaried so if you compute that out it dilutes it to 18.80 per hour

  8. by   longtermcarern
    1. RN
    2. 12 years
    3. LTC in county facility
    4. 19.65/hr

    The real reason for nursing though is what happened last night at work. A 60 year old man who is aphasic (old cva) was having chest pain. I figured out what he was trying to communicate to me and treated him. After the chest pain was gone and he calmed down he grabbed my hand, squeezed it, then took it to his mouth and kissed it. Made me cry then.
  9. by   researchrabbit
    1. RN -- Research
    2. 2, but 12 years in research field
    3. Psych research at University
    4. 43,000/year/40 hour week when we're busy
    When we're not busy I usually cut my hours to 32/week.

    No overtime, no weekends, no holidays unless I choose to schedule them.
    Last edit by researchrabbit on Sep 23, '02
  10. by   jude11142
    1. LPN

    2. 6 months

    3. LTC

    4. $18.75 hr

    5. Southern Connecticut

    I also work part-time pool @ $31.00/hr

    Ofcourse the cost of living here in CT is high

  11. by   RNConnieF
    This gets a little confusing due to my change in status from LPN for 6 years to RN for 4 months but here goes:

    Job 1 Full time, full benefits
    CCU in a large teaching hospital
    4 months experience
    $20.16/hr+ shift

    Job 2
    RN, former LPN worked in this positions for 1 year
    LTC Charge nurse, Pool, no benefits
    $ 24.50/hr plus shift

    Old Job
    LPN for 5.5 year
    Pediatric Office Nurse
    $13.40/hr with no shift

    All postions in SE Pennsylvania, suburban Philadelphiad. I think I'm moving to TX.
  12. by   Uptoherern
    I think I just did this but:
    1. RN
    2. 11 years (77 dog years)
    3. er
    4. 34.50/hr premium pool, no bene's required to work 62 hours per 2 wk/pay period.......and totally abused....transferring to another er 10/15/02!
  13. by   RadRN2
    OK, me too.

    1. RN
    2. 25 yrs
    3. Radiology
    4. About $30/hr
    5. Idaho

    Boy, what a big range of salaries we make!