LTC Salary for new grad RN - page 3

I am not sure if this is the right place to post this thread. But I need help on tips to negotiate or talk about compensation in a LTC facility. I am a new grad and I have a meeting with a Director... Read More

  1. by   bsrn0523
    My facility starts new grad RNs on the 7-3 shift at around 34.00/hr. Of course, we are talking Long Island, one of the tax capitals of the nation
  2. by   Joe33
    Just got hired in Seattle, WA for $24.50/hr + $1.50/hr per diem (RN, BSN). They pay LPNs a bit less. The ratio is only 17-20 pts per nurse, 8 pts per CNA, so I am loving it and feeling like I am getting the hang of it after only 4 days orientation (I still have about 2 1/2 weeks of orientation left). Nurses are treated pretty well here but the load is much less than even a few blocks from here where I hear it is 30 pts per nurse (all medicare so extra charting), 10 pts per CNA, and the pay is a bit higher.
  3. by   skyblue77
    I was just hired in a LTC/Subacute facility for $25/hr 7-3:30 and $27 3:00-11:30 and I'm in Maryland.
  4. by   casi
    I just got hired as an RN on a TCU unit in a LTC and they are starting me off at 23.40 plus 0.70cent night shift differential. I'm in Minnesota.

    I'm really just happy to get a job and be making over $20/hr
  5. by   st4rl4dy
    Can't wait to say, "i was just hired....." or 'i just started.............'
  6. by   kasendamiles86
    I feel cheated I live in Ohio, new grad RN. Well I have two prn jobs one pays $24 the other $27.50. Then I have my ft job which pay $22.54 (cheated) for 7p-7a,I will not be getting a raise due to budget cuts,and no shift diff.
  7. by   CoffeeRTC
    I'd love to find out what seasoned nurses are making in some of your areas. The new grad LTC rates are awesome. I know they don't pay that much in SW PA.
  8. by   MyLove4FL
    Does anyone know what the pay range is for RN's(not a new grad) in Florida in LTC? I wanted to get an idea of the range to know if I would even consider a RN job at a LTC.

  9. by   laughing weasel
    30.00 dollars home health-care Dallas. I was told by my boss that is the rate. I am still an LVN.
  10. by   Trubie
    I accepted a position today (texas) paying $24.50 (day shift)
  11. by   laughing weasel
    Where in Texas? Just the location Mods will beat us for names.
  12. by   MEKAYLA
    I got paid 20.16/hr in North Dakota as a first RN job. I am looking for a job in southern california as my family move at the end of this year. I am so stressful because haven't found a job yet. If anybody have an idea where is hiring, please let me know. Appreciate that
  13. by   mimsiemendez
    which facility and what state?