LPN/LVN rate of pay in your area. - page 31

This topic has been around before, but I was looking for something more up to date. Things have fluctuated in past two years or so. I know people are always looking for salaries and most of the time... Read More

  1. by   L19P7N9
    I have had to fight for my 16.10/hr in SC
  2. by   mamamiah
    It is amazing how the pay is so different all over the country. I am blessed, I just finished up with school in July, and took my NCLEX-PN in October. The hospital took the years I have worked into consideration when I switched over to nursing. I will still be working in the OR and have a few more things added to my job description. I have to admit, I am a bit nervous.

    I failed to mention in my other post that if you work in a nursing home, you can start out making $25 and up. I think they are 12 hr shifts. You are the nurse for that hall and care for the residents on it.
    Last edit by mamamiah on Nov 11, '07
  3. by   PlatinumDymondz
    I'm currently working at a LTC in Brooklyn, NY. As a LPN they start you off with $21.69/hr plus differential for evening and night shift. And if they're understaffed, which they usually are, and you have to work on a floor alone they pay you an extra $50.
  4. by   Conqueror+
    Philadelphia LTC Pool $28 Agency $27-30 MY Agency $32 but it is the highest paying in the area. On staff w/benes I was getting around $27 on nights.
  5. by   Hospice Nurse LPN
    I'm making $18.50 in LTC. It was a $1.50 cut from hospice, but I needed to work a steady shift while in school.
  6. by   hospicenurse MO LPN
    I have 17 years experience and I make 16.00/hr in mid MO area
  7. by   Atheos
    Quote from hospicenurse MO LPN
    I have 17 years experience and I make 16.00/hr in mid MO area
    OUCH! I am a CNA and I make 16$ in VA. Doing assisted living... Remind me to stay away from the midwest.
  8. by   NC Girl BSN
    I am a New grad in NC and I make $20 an hour working in LTC(18.50 + 1.50 shift diff). But thats because I live 30 minutes outside of Raleigh. In Raleigh you could make $18-22 per hour. I stay 15 minutes from work so that gas does not eat into my profits.
  9. by   gypsyfirebird
    Hospice, homecare, northeast Ohio..PRN, no bennies, mileage paid, no weekends or holidays...$29.00 per hour.
  10. by   Blackcat99
    Eastern Washington-assisted living $18 an hour with all benefits. If you work per diem it is $20 an hour with no benefits.
  11. by   TXNurse4life
    Anyone know LVN home health rates in Brenham TX??
  12. by   TXNurse4life
    Where in TX? What kind of nursing r u doing? Thanks and good 4 u!!
  13. by   ethiopia
    i currently live in ny, but i'm thinking about moving to south carolina anyone know the pay rate for that area? thanks