How much do you make? - page 44
U.S. Navy RN 16 yrs Clinic Manager $6,800.00 month Moonlighting job: RN 16... Read More
Oct 25, '02LVN (California)
Salaried-works out to 21.00 hr.
Unionized- due for a col raise in 1/03
Just got a step raise last mo-5%
I never complain about pay. I see how outrageous bad this is for others, however.
Oct 25, '02Originally posted by Dplear
nope 92K is NOT a mistake. I work at Texas Childrens Hospital. I average 45 an hour with shift diff and charge nurtse pay. They are about to give us a 6 percent raise this may. we should getanother 6-10 percent again in oct-nov. They are so desperate for nurses that they are willing to pay us for our services.
OMG, I am packing my bags and headed your way. Do you think my children will understand???? I am taking my husband with me.
:roll Do you have room at your house????
ER sometimes charge, SANE
25.90/hr straight, 2% on second shift diff and 3% on third.
Oct 25, '02hi! got a job offer in st. pete florida. just wondering if a rate of $16.50/hr is fair enough for an RN.
Oct 25, '02umm..
$24,000 per year
want to be a nurse, money isn't the object. Isn't that the point?Last edit by Vsummer1 on Oct 26, '02
Oct 25, '02I think the navy nurse is exaggerating a little bit...$6,800 a month???? I spent many years in the military and NEVER heard of such a thing!
Oct 26, '02I think it would depend on where stationed( for COLA and such) also the rank of the person......may also work part time at another job.....It comes out to a little over 81,000 a year and others here have said they made that much....who knows for sure. I was a lowly E-3 in 1988 and brought home 1700 a month or so....who knows what the military has done......
Oct 26, '02L.P.N. 27 years...A State Job in Alaska 19/hr 24 vacation days a year .Part Time Job in Home Health 21.00 a hour
Oct 26, '021. CNA homehealth
3. Homeheath hospice / mental health
4.$840 for 84 hrs a week with over time I made about 48.000 Last year working 3 and 1/2 days aweek
Oct 26, '02RN, 5years, Telemetry unit, $26.00/hr.
My move from down south to Minneapolis and from no union to union made a big difference in pay!
Oct 26, '02LPN 11 years
DR's office (internal medicine)
no weekends/no holidays
Thats way low. Good thing we dont have a state tax here as well.
gallon of milk 2.29. Gas 1.48/gal
No lottery so I cant even dream of making 92k.
Oct 26, '02Clinical teacher in mental health at a University
As a staff nurse
Oct 26, '02RN
2.5 months of experience
Med/Surg (was an inpatient diabetic floor, but now they're changing to oncology........ )
$29.90/hr night shift
When going on the interview, I specifically told them I didn't want oncology or cardiac. Now look what I'm stuck with. I can't even transfer out until 6 months.