Jump to content

2018 Nurse Salary

Nurses   (46,509 Views 107 Comments)
by #MakeItRain #MakeItRain (New Member) New Member

#MakeItRain has 3 years experience .

916 Visitors; 12 Posts

advertisement

You are reading page 5 of 2018 Nurse Salary. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

MtnRN18 has 1 years experience.

24 Visitors; 1 Post

Hello! This is my first post and I look forward to learning from everyone. Right now I am feeling especially taken advantage of by my facility! Yikes!

Location: Southwest Virginia

Experience: 10 years; BSN (worked at my current facility for 7 years)

Specialty: ICU, sometimes ER

Facility: Small community hospital

Base Pay: 21.50

Differentials: Nightshift diff is 2.50 (I'm a dayshifter). No specialty pay. No weekend diff.

OT: Time and a half. Same for holidays.

I accrue 7 hours of paid time off and 2.5 hours of sick time every two weeks.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

3 Followers; 95,420 Visitors; 36,411 Posts

In general, less than salary 15 years ago. Enough to cause regret that leaving the workforce is not an option at present.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

tnbutterfly is a BSN, RN and works as a Content/Community Director @ allnurses.

13 Followers; 113 Articles; 193,022 Visitors; 5,304 Posts

I hope all of you have shared your data in the 2018 allnurses Salary Survey. It will be closing soon.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Jersiey has 3 years experience.

1,711 Visitors; 15 Posts

Location: Pacific Northwest

Experience: 3 years, BSN, CEN, CCRN

Specialty: Interventional radiology (new to the specialty)

Facility: University hospital, level 1 trauma

Base Pay: $44

Differentials: $4ish of on call, time and a half when called in

OT: Over 40hr/wk is time and a half

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

120 Visitors; 3 Posts

Location: Oklahoma

Experience: 1 yr, ADN

Specialty: Hospice

Wages: 55K salary

Differentials: $2 hr on call. $45 PRN visit, $90 admission, $50 death.

OT: Comped time off.

PTO 12 days

5 Holidays, no time and a half if youre working the holiday on call or otherwise

Edited by dshirley22
Wording error

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

QuietIsntAWord has 5 years experience.

1,109 Visitors; 96 Posts

Location: North Carolina

Experience: 5 years

Specialty: Geriatrics

Facility: Assisted Living

Base Pay: $26.4

Differentials: weekend = $2, Holidays are double pay and you get paid even if you don't work

OT: Never gotten overtime

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
advertisement

3,524 Visitors; 266 Posts

Location: very small city, Mid Atlantic Coast

Experience: 16 years

Specialty: Inpatient Psych

Base pay: $35

Differential: evening/night: $6/hr; weekend: $7/hr; high census incentive; $20/hr additional; OT: time and a half

Benefited position

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

SoonToBeNurseMolly has 1 years experience.

165 Visitors; 4 Posts

Location: Massachusetts

Experience: New Grad RN (BSN)

Specialty: ER

Facility: Large hospital, level 2 trauma center

Base Pay: $29.56

Differentials: eve/nights/weekend

3/6.50/2.50 respectively

OT: Time and a half.

Annual: I work nights, so my annual is about $70k before overtime

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

OneSailor'sNurse has 3 years experience.

466 Visitors; 9 Posts

Location: New York City

Experience: 2 years, BSN, CCRN

Specialty: ICU (no extra specialty pay)

Facility: Large Teaching Hospital

Base Pay: $51.45

Differential: Evenings/Nights, $3.07, no weekend differential

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

MotoRN34 has 1 years experience.

752 Visitors; 23 Posts

TN

New Grad RN with 3 years of LPN

HH Case Manager

Large Agency

35/hr

PPV for extra visits or +40 hrs/Mileage reimbursement/

Double pay on holidays

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

2,117 Visitors; 94 Posts

Location: Az

Experience: New grad ADN

Facility: Community hospital

Unit: Tele/PCU

Pay: $27/hr, nights/weekend diff: $3/$2/hr

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

60 Visitors; 3 Posts

Location: Central PA in small city

Experience: Diploma Grad with 40 Years ICU, ICU Step Down, Neuro/Trauma/Ortho unit

Facility: Level 1 Trauma center, Large 500 bed hospital

Unit: Neuro/Trauma/Ortho Unit

Pay: 39.00 base with 3.00 shift differential, 5% certification and 5% education pay

Benefits are good and manager and staff are wonderful. Could make more at another smaller hospital, but love my job!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
×