Hi there,I'm new to allnurses, but I have used the website for years as I was applying for schools, and during nursing school. I expect to use it even more as I continue on in my journey of LPN to RN, and in between as I look for work!I am a fresh grad looking for work as an LPN. I though I found my dream job working for a pharmacy dispensing meds to patient who are not able to take them independently.However, during the interview, they told me the wage would be $18 an hour. This is less than I was making at my previous job, before going back to school! When I mentioned that most starting wages for LPN were $25 (at least in my area of Canada - BC) the interviewer brushed it off saying "it depends where you work."To add to this, they expect me to use my personal car to go around to patients yet do not pay per km. Instead, they pay "per day, depending on the route." After speaking to my partner and my friend who both use their personal vehicles for work, they said there is a federal suggestion for personal car use that is usually covers more than the average wear and tear of using your car for work.On top of this, they do not hire full-time (shifts are only 6 hrs.) So I would not be eligible for benefits.I get that I'm a new grad, but I just want to be sure I'm not getting taken advantage of! My union and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of BC were no help. I'm hoping one of you bright people out there can offer some advice!Thank you!