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On 11/21/2018 at 6:11 PM, FullGlass said:

Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP

40 hours per week

5 weeks PTO and 1 week CME

Total compensation: $124K and I am a new grad - this is my first year

Don't know my total revenue exactly and I have not finished one year, but can estimate based on billing that if I worked a full year it would be about: $400K - 450K

FullGlass, 

I am also an AGNP. I worked >40hrs, 3weeks PTO, 1 week CME, total comp $90K. I am curious what state you are working right now? I am at VA. 

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FullGlass has 1 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP.

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2 hours ago, lucylucy5240 said:

FullGlass, 

I am also an AGNP. I worked >40hrs, 3weeks PTO, 1 week CME, total comp $90K. I am curious what state you are working right now? I am at VA. 

I am in California, in a rural area in the mountains.  Interestingly, the coastal cities like SF, LA, San Diego pay less, and the cost of living is a lot higher.

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On 1/24/2019 at 3:12 PM, FullGlass said:

I am in California, in a rural area in the mountains.  Interestingly, the coastal cities like SF, LA, San Diego pay less, and the cost of living is a lot higher.

I live in LA and so fed up with traffic and cost of life , graduating in May as FNP and looking for jobs with in locations with better quality of life , where are you located ?

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Anyone here practicing in NY?

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FullGlass has 1 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP.

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On 3/17/2019 at 12:32 PM, 2Bornot2bB said:

I live in LA and so fed up with traffic and cost of life , graduating in May as FNP and looking for jobs with in locations with better quality of life , where are you located ?

I am in Northeast California, east of Redding.  There are lots of good NP jobs in California.  Look anywhere except on the coast.  Redding, Chico, Fresno.  Anywhere in the Central Valley.  There are lots of smaller towns up in the mountains as well.

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ED with 5 Years Experience: 14-15 shifts per month typically and come in at $150k/yr.  CME is $2500.  Was offered $188k in another part of the country to do basically the same, but wife didn't want to move.  Cost of living where I am is cheap, so it's fine.  However, ED attendings who work with me are clearing $500k+/year working same to less/hours.  I guess I am a third level not "midlevel" as some old school docs like to say. 

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OBigdog26 has 8 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and works as a RN.

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New grad here. Will be working 4 shifts per week. Starting at 105K with $2500 for CMEs.  Located down south. I’ll 

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On 1/24/2019 at 3:12 PM, FullGlass said:

I am in California, in a rural area in the mountains.  Interestingly, the coastal cities like SF, LA, San Diego pay less, and the cost of living is a lot higher.

Do you mind to share how many RN experience did you have and what units you worked before as RN?

 

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FullGlass has 1 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP.

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14 hours ago, HiFive said:

Do you mind to share how many RN experience did you have and what units you worked before as RN?

 

None.  I did an ABSN and then went straight to MSN NP.  

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On 4/5/2019 at 9:54 AM, FullGlass said:

None.  I did an ABSN and then went straight to MSN NP.  

Without any RN experiences in the past?

Is PC - NP or AC - NP easier to find a job?

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On 3/28/2019 at 10:13 PM, BuckeyeFNP said:

ED with 5 Years Experience: 14-15 shifts per month typically and come in at $150k/yr.  CME is $2500.  Was offered $188k in another part of the country to do basically the same, but wife didn't want to move.  Cost of living where I am is cheap, so it's fine.  However, ED attendings who work with me are clearing $500k+/year working same to less/hours.  I guess I am a third level not "midlevel" as some old school docs like to say. 

Wow that sure sounds nice. From your username I assume you are a Family NP? Has your employer ever pushed for ACNP and/or ENP? Did you work as an ER nurse prior to NP? I am considering ER NP

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