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I'm a day Charge Nurse in a Standby Emergency in California, in the San Francisco Bay Area.

20 years ED experience, RN since 1977

Current hourly pay is $37 plus benefits

but gas is over $2/gallon here and houses are at least $500K

:cool:

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Wow, this is interesting. By what requirements they use to pay the nurses? because these nurses hourly wages varies.

Please explain. Thanks.

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5 yrs ... nursing school .... £32000 / yr ..... overtime and 'nixer work' (unofficial work outside of employing agency) £10000 / annum ... yee nurses in America seem very well paid !!!

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It might sound like it, delcan, but it's all relative. Isn't the pound worth about twice as much as the dollar? I'm an LPN working as a compliance analyst making $51,000.

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15 years as dayshift RN, work in ICU, $31. per hour (12-hour shifts straight-time, anything over 12 hours is double-time). Work 36 hrs per week, get full-time benefits. $1.00/hr extra for weekends, $1.50/hr extra for charge nurse. Extra $500. per year for CE's (this is only for CCRN's) and BLS and ACLS are required but paid for by hospital, as is the CCRN recertification fee.

I want to leave hospital nursing and get a Nurse Evaluator job with the State of CA - but from what I can figure out, their pay averages out to only $21.00 per hour. Everyone says the bene's are fantastic though. Any CA Nurse Evaluators out there who have the real story?

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I've been an RN for 25 years, and currently work for a PHO as an RN Case Manager. I've been doing this for 3 years. I am salaried, currently making over $43,000 per year. I work Monday thru Friday, no weekends, holidays or on-call!

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Home health nurse for 6 years. currently making $19.20/hr, 3 days a week with partial benefits. I do pay per visit on my days off $25/visit, $35/IV, $50/admission. I have to work every other weekend but I don't have to be on call. Less stress than the hospital, I love it but my car is suffering from multiple miles. There are not alot of career options in Northeastern North Carolina as a nurse, but the weather, food, ocean and people make up for it!

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RN, Director of Nursing

Years as a nurse = 18 (ICU/CCU, Home Health and Urgent Care background).

Hourly = $28.80/hour with raises scheduled in 6 months and again in a year - (potential hourly in one year from now = approx. $30.00-31.00/hr)- (LOW according to Nurse Week Salary web page for this job in this area.)

Central California Coast. Ambulatory Care company with multiple local doctor's offices and multi-specialty clinic locations.

Of Note: On the negative side, the minimum price for 3BR,2BA family home = $450,000. Price of gas = $1.70-2.00/gallon. On the plus side, the weather here year-round is hard to beat!

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winniewoman9060 has 30+ years experience and specializes in icu,prime care,mri,ct, cardiology, pacu,.

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RN OF 23 YEARS

AMBULATORY CARE

16.98

4 SAT AM Q6MONTHS

2 EVENING UNTIL 8 PM QMONTH

RURAL UPSTATE NY

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debbyed specializes in ER, Hospice, CCU, PCU.

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RN, Senior Clinical Nurse

>20 years

Emergency

abour $23/hr. with $4/hr shift dif.

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I'm an RN, employed by the State by the Department of Health and Environmental Control, Health Regulations Division, Bureau of Certification, Long Term Care Program. Official title is Nurse Administrator/Manager I. To be more specific, I am a nursing home surveyor. I've been in Nursing for 11 years. Certified in Gerontology. $36K+ a year plus expenses. Travel all over the state. Reimbursed for meals and mileage during surveys greater than 50 miles away from city office is based. State pays for lodging as well for surveys greater than 50 miles away. Access to state vehicle if desired for surveys. My office is based out of the Columbia area. Several are based out of the up-state and low-country parts of the state. The benefits are fairly good. Not a job for those with young children. I average 2-3 nights a week out of town. Have started surveys on Sundays, as early as 5:30 AM, and even gone in after 6 PM.

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lets see what was the order..

RN

4yrs experience

critical care ICU/CCU

$25.10/hr + 2.90/hr shift differential

I'm thinking of moving to Houston,TX

92K.. LOL :p

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