How much do you make? - page 42

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  1. by   NE14ADIVE
    I have been an RN for 3 years. I work in a cath lab. FT- $31.16 PD- $ 35.00/hr. I should clear 95,000 this year. Come work with us. Our lab is expanding.
  2. by   NurseDianne

    1. LPN --> on my way to the big RN thingy

    2. 6 yrs

    3. OB/ER

    4. $13.62/hr

    5. Small town in South Georgia!!
  3. by   Momto3RN
    2.5 years
    Transitional Care Unit at LTC
    $28/hr as PRN nurse-no benefits, no shift differentials- can always pick up 1-2 shifts per week if desired- great way to earn extra money, keep license current, and stay home with my two small children.

    Trying to convince my Aunt, who's been an LPN for years, to FINALLY leave her current floor where she's only making $13.35/hr.

    NO nurse with many years experience should have to submit to this low wage EVER!
    Last edit by Momto3RN on Sep 23, '02
  4. by   Faby
    OK: I' finding aout that there are so many different salaries depending on level of instruction, experience, location,employers, etc. Here in Uruguay we can't compare our salarieswith yours.
    We are not payed in dollars, and our currency is very weak compared to dollar. I would like to know if American RN can live with what they make?, or they need a husband working too in order to pay rent or buy a house or sent their children to college'
    jow hard is it to live whith thas incomes.
    Here we need 2 jobs, that means 12 hs a day 24 days a month, to deal with normal living. Or having our husband a very well paid job.
  5. by   brassdragon
    2 months (new grad)
    $21.55 (lowest pay for nurses in hospital setting in area
  6. by   pianonurse
    Interesting to read the ranges in salaries/hourly wages. I make about $25.00/ hour including shift differential.
  7. by   SheilaK
    1. RN
    2. 9 years exp
    3. med/surg
    4. 22 hr + 10% for evenings + 25% for weekends, also get great benefits, inc 13 sick days and 26 vacation days a year with the VA. I won't say that staffing is always great, but it hasn't been horrible either.
  8. by   mavcat33

    2 1/2 YEARS

    Indepence, Mo

    TC60 (revolving 60 day contracts) same schedule as full time just no benefits (3 12's/week, every 3rd w/e)

    $35/hr and all the OT we can work at time and a half +$2/hr for weekends and %5 ($1.80/hr) when we charge.

    about 1/2 the RN's on my floor do the TC 60, It has almost elemnated need for agency nurses on my floor. But now they're trying to sell the hosp and eleminate TC60. If that happens they're gonna have a massive walkout.
  9. by   zudy
    1. RN 2. 16 years, plus 6 as an LPN, 2 as EMT 3. Neurosurgery clinic and ED 4.$25.00 base pay. iwork weekends in ED, with diffs it's about $40.00 an hour. I get good benefits, and good retirement.
  10. by   researchrabbit
    Originally posted by Faby
    I would like to know if American RN can live with what they make?, or they need a husband working too in order to pay rent or buy a house or sent their children to college'
    I am a single mom with two teenage kids. I was able to buy a decent house in a safe neighborhood, I drive a real old car and will help my daughter with college next fall. I don't work overtime, right now I am working 32 hours a week (by choice). I have a hobby that brings in a little money, too. We don't have a lot of extras but we're not poor, either.
  11. by   Faby
    hi : Iwould like to to say I'm very sorry 'cause I think I could be misunderstood. I didn't mean to say that non married nurses aren't as good as married ones. The case is that in my country with one job we don't make much. or we have another job or share expenses with someone, husband, a friend or stay with parents or other relatives. My curosity was in order to understand your posts. please excuse me i dind'n mean to hurt anybody.
  12. by   plumrn
    ...just an update

    1. RN
    2. 12 yrs
    2. Med/Surg
    3. 25.98/hr, day charge
  13. by   sparrow
    1. RN
    2. 30 years
    3. Infection Control/Employee Health Department Director
    4. $26.00/hr and benefits