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im moving from california to katy tx. by the end of the summer i purchased a house can anyone who works in the katy houston area tell me what starting pay i can i get for 1 year of exp. in ltc i currebtly work 3-11 shift and i have had as many as 32 residents what is the amount of residents that are assigned to one lvn in tx. thanks

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im moving from california to katy tx. by the end of the summer i purchased a house can anyone who works in the katy houston area tell me what starting pay i can i get for 1 year of exp. in ltc i currebtly work 3-11 shift and i have had as many as 32 residents what is the amount of residents that are assigned to one lvn in tx. thanks

katy is wondeful place to stay. houston is very close to katy and many people who live in katy work in houston. i live in houston but commute to katy often 'cos i got family over there. try finding work in katy 'cos the traffic is horrible to and from houston. lvns working in ltc make about $18/hr. lvns at my current hospital make even less! i don't know if experience counts as far as pay rate for lvn is concerned. i know this is nothing compared to waht you make in ca but the std of living here is less. i know your home too is quite less than what you would get in ca.

resident load ranges from 23-34. when i worked in houston, i had 36/37 on 3-11p.

btw pay rates and resident load in katy are similar to houston's.

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txspadequeenRN has 20 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU, PICC Nurse, Nursing Supervisor.

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my sister-in -law lives in katy but i don't know that much about it. i do know you should be able to find a good paying job in houston. i have been through there and its a nice area... welcome to texas!!!

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