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by NyGirlRN10 NyGirlRN10 (New) New

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Hi All!

I was just offered a job with Banner Good Sam on one of their med/surg floors as a new grad. They want me to come in to HR next week to finish all the new employee paperwork. When they told me I got the job they didn't bring up salary and I didn't want to either because I heard whoever brings up salaRy first, loses :))

Since I am going in next week and they will probably tell me then what my starting pay is, I wanted to ask what is the starting salary? I remember when I first started nursing school, we were told by our clinical faculty that it was around 28-30. I realize with the economy now, it has decreased. But, what should I expect?

Thanks in advance!

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I know for a fact that new grad ADN pay for Banner is $25.xx. I've never heard Of new grad pay at 28-30, that might be with shift diff. I think BSN get a dollar more. Congrats on finding the mythical unicorn of a new grad job at Banner. Were you a fellow?

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Thanks for the info! :) I just got my BSN and I was a Fellow. $26.xx sounds great!! I heart Abrazo pays like $22.xx, which seems kind of low so I am so glad to hear Banner pay is better. :))

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It's just good to see that hospitals in Arizona are starting to hire new grads again. Here in Tucson, the job market appears to be picking up a bit. We are hiring 3 new grads.

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fromtheseaRN is a BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency/Trauma.

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i was just told by a new grad at a banner facility that days were 25 to 26, and nights 31.

oh, and congrats!!!!!

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DaughteroftheKing specializes in Neuro ICU.

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Hey congrats on the Job NyGirl!!

I was just offered a job @ St Joes on nights & havent heard from HR yet about when I should come in (ok I'm getting way too antsy, I was offered the job 4 hours ago lol), but I'm curious- I've heard Joes pays way less than the other hospitals, does anyone know what they pay new night shift RNs?

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SNIXRN has 8 years experience and specializes in Critical Care. CVICU. Adult and Peds PACU..

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I've never heard Of new grad pay at 28-30, that might be with shift diff.

My hospital hires new grads for this pay range. They even pay more than that for night shift.

Oh and congrats on getting hired. I did clinicals in Banner Good Sam's ICU and loved it!!

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ChuckeRN has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency Department.

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Be thankful you don't work for Mountain Vista MC. They pay their NGs, $18/hr. :eek:

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Chuck, where did you get this info? I work for Tempe St Lukes as a GN, both hospitals are owned by IASIS, and I wasn't offered that low...... My offer was on target with Banner's GN pay....

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ChuckeRN has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency Department.

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Apparently, MVMC has a new head of nursing or some such. I have heard this for some time, but my friend talked to a nurse that works at MV and she verified it.

And though they are IASIS hospitals, things sure are different.

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And which hospital starts new grads off with 28 an hour? I would love to apply ;)

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330 Posts; 6,473 Profile Views

With shift diff, $28-$30 is very reasonable for new grads!

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