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2018 Nurse Salary

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#MakeItRain has 3 years experience .

916 Visitors; 12 Posts

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kinney1008 has 5 years experience.

32 Visitors; 5 Posts

Location: Southeastern PA

Experience: LPN 5 years

Specialty: LTC

Facility: Rehab/LTC facility

Base Pay: about 25.01

Diff: Evening $2, weekend $2.25, OT$3

OT:time and a half for anything over 8/80

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1,892 Visitors; 75 Posts

Midwest City ER

RN 25 years with specialty cert

Base $25.50/hr + 2.00/hr night diff

Current ACLS, BLS, PALS, ENPC, NRP, NIHSS, & TNCC

No weekend differential

No holiday pay

No charge pay

No certification pay

No preceptor pay

No float pay

No on call pay & no comp when called in

Insurance for a single plan is very expensive with extremely high deductable.

No extra pay? Are you serious?

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applewhitern has 30 years experience.

25,281 Visitors; 1,871 Posts

Ohio: hospital in the city

10 years as an RN

Base rate: $34 an hour

shift diff for nights is $5 an hour so I always work nights so I make $39 an hour

i work on a specialty Neuro Unit.

Amazing benefits! I've had three major surgeries in 10 years and I've never paid a dime. Best job ever!

Wow. I even have to pay a co-pay for simple, basic labs. In addition to 40 bucks co-pay, I have to pay 35 more for the co-pay to have my TSH/T4 checked! Lipid panel cost me 112, after insurance paid.

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AnnieOaklyRN works as a RN, Paramedic.

1 Follower; 33,738 Visitors; 2,577 Posts

Northeast USA.

11 years, BSN

Vascular access

Tertiary childrens hospital

Base pay; 52.00/hour

Shift differential: 3-5 dollars an hour

Holiday pay is time ans a half

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6,336 Visitors; 525 Posts

Reading through all these posts, I believe that nurses make decent salaries at best.

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1,892 Visitors; 75 Posts

Location: Fargo, ND

Base rate: $25.50 new grad Rn

I believe night is $1.25 and weekends is $1.50

1% raises per year, this past year was an additional 1%

No on call pay.

Compensation is low compared to other jobs in the area. But most RNs come for the experience 1-2 years so they can go back to where they came from and get a job.

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Wrestler133 has 2 years experience and works as a Staff Nurse IV.

2,570 Visitors; 64 Posts

2 Years experience

BSN, PCCN

Surgical ICU

55.76 hourly working days

California

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1,558 Visitors; 114 Posts

Southwest U.S.

2 years experience ADN

Community hospital

ICU

$60/hr

Where the heck is this exactly?

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1,558 Visitors; 114 Posts

Location: Central Florida

Experience: about 2.5 years; BSN-CCRN-CMC

Specialty: ICU, rapid response

Facility: mod-large hospital near major city

Base Pay: $25

forget this junk, currently in CRNA school ;)

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17 Visitors; 2 Posts

Location: Houston, TX

Experience: 6.5 years, BSN

Specialty: CVOR presently; CVICU background

Facility: Large urban hospital

Base Pay: ~$41 Base

Differentials: Evening and night (like $3.50 and $4).

OT: Anything over 40 hr/week, plus bonuses.

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13,549 Visitors; 371 Posts

Location: NYC

Experience: 3 years, BSN RN, ANCC Board Certified

Specialty: Med-Surg (looking to transfer to ED in the upcoming year)

Facility: Private teaching hospital

Base Pay: $44 +change/hr (day shift), after certification and BSN it equals to $46 +change/hr

Differential: $2 +change for hours after 4pm and night shift

Shifts: 13 shifts in 4 weeks (12 hour shifts)

OT: Time and a half for hours exceeding 75 in 2 weeks

Holidays: Time and a half

Vacation: 4 weeks and 5 weeks after 5 years of service

Sick Time: 12 days a year

Holidays and Personals: We get 5 holidays and 3 personal which we can use, but at regular rate. If my kids have nothing going on in a certain month, I use a day to cover that 13th shift so I only end up working 12 shifts for that month.

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120 Visitors; 7 Posts

Location: Central NC

Experience:  35 years- BSN

Specialty: GI- CGRN Certified- inpatient and outpatient workload

Facility: 900 bed  well respected teaching hospital -major referral center-many very sick patients-many very complicated and innovative procedures-not unusual to have to stay past end of shift for "late nurse" coverage

Base Pay: $36/hour

Differential: Evening shift if you work after 19:00 (about $3/hour)-no BSN diff-no certification  diff-

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