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Nursing Salary Survey 2014

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TheCommuter has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

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Compensation is an extremely important aspect for the overwhelming majority of people who must work for a living, including the nurses who claim to do their jobs for purely altruistic reasons. Salary surveys can empower nurses because they unearth valuable information. You are reading page 20 of Nursing Salary Survey 2014. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

calivianya is a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU.

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Anyone in the Pensacola FL area? I'm a couple of months away from graduation and would like to know what the rates are locally for new grads. I'll be a RN

I am going to be a couple hours away from Pensacola but I bet the pay is comparable. The hospital I got the $20.51 offer at starts new grads in the $19 and change range. North Florida is really, really horrible in terms of salary.

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SunshineBaby has 8 years experience and specializes in NICU, School Nursing, & Community Health.

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  1. Geographic location: NW Florida
  2. Pay rate: salary 36,000
  3. In which area / specialty do you work? Case management of Medically Complex Children
  4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? RN, BSN- applied to Pediatric NP school for the Fall because I can barely make ends meet with what we're paid here. As soon as I graduate, getting out of FL!
  5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? None right now except BLS but when I worked in the hospital I had NRP and STABLE.
  6. How many years of experience do you have? 7 years, started in NICU as a new grad, then went to school nursing, and been in case management for 3.5 years now.
  7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? Full-time
  8. What shift do you work? M-TH 730 AM- 6 PM, off Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Paid Holidays and generous leave time.
  9. Do you receive any shift differential? Nope and since I'm an employee of the state of FL, no raises unless voted for by legislature. Just got our first one in 8 years but had to pay into retirement now so it came out to like 20 extra bucks a paycheck :sarcastic:
  10. Are you a manager or supervisor? Neither
    And to answer the lady asking about Pensacola, 7 years ago as a new grad BSN, I was getting 17.50 an hour on days in NICU. When I left the bedside 3.5 years ago, I was making $22 an hour, days.

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Bezoars specializes in Med Surg, Perinatal, Endoscopy, IVF Lab.

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*Geographic location.....WV

*Pay rate....$34/hr

*In which area / specialty do you work?..... Perinatal Float Pool

*What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)?....RN.

*What type of degree and/or certification do you have? .....ASN, GRN, CNRN

*How many years of experience do you have? .... 4 years

*Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status?.....Casual/Per Diem.

*What shift do you work?..... Day shift, 7a-7p, I make my own schedule and work all different days.

*Do you receive any shift differential?......No.

*Are you a manager or supervisor?..... No and don't want to be.

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workinmomRN2012 has 6 years experience.

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Geographic location: Southern Connecticut

Pay rate: $37.00 per hour

In which area / specialty do you work? Hospital acute rehab

What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? RN

What type of degree and/or certification do you have? BLS & IV Certified

How many years of experience do you have? 3 yrs

Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? Per diem

What shift do you work? 7-3/3-11

Do you receive any shift differential? $3

Are you a manager or supervisor? Neither

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CaliRN215 has 3 years experience and specializes in Medsurg.

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Geographic location.....Bay Area, CA

Pay rate....51.00 Base Pay (+3.00 for BSN, +5.00 Evening, or +6.50 Nights), Bonus pay of $250 for working extra shifts including time and a half, doubles, and double backs. My hospital also helps pay down my school loan! 10K per year...I'm truly blessed. :D

In which area / specialty do you work?.....Med/Surg

What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)?....RN

What type of degree and/or certification do you have? .....BSN, PHN

How many years of experience do you have? ....2

Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status?.....Part-time with fully paid benefits (dental, med, vision)

What shift do you work?.....Nights

Do you receive any shift differential?......Yes, $5.00 for evenings, 6.50 for nights

Are you a manager or supervisor?.....No, just a staff nurse :)

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1. Geographic location: Nashville, TN

2. Pay rate: $20.40 per hour

3. In which area / specialty do you work? Stepdown

4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? RN

5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? BSN

6. How many years of experience do you have? None at all...just graduated in May!

7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? Full-time

8. What shift do you work? Nights, 7p-7a

9. Do you receive any shift differential? Evening diff (3p-11p) is $3.25/hr. Night diff (11p-7a) is $3.75/hr. Weekend diff is an extra $2/hr

10. Are you a manager or supervisor? Neither

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Check out the website:

https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

It will tell you the earnings of ANY University of California employee. If you don't know an employee name look by job title.

Btw Physicians = PHYSCN.

Most RNs are clinical nurse 2 (I think??).

It looks as though most full time nurses are nearing 100K. A RN friend of mine is at 132K.

It's fun to look up people. At the same time it's kind of crazy that you can look at (again) ANYone's salary at a UC (any campus, student employees are excluded).

You can very clearly see the pay difference amongst Northern, Bay Area, Southern California RN salaries.

What's interesting to me is that RNs make nearly as much as NPs, PAs, and even starting family and internal medicine doctors. I was told by a UCD resident that many doctors go to private hospitals after residency because it double the income. I've heard conflicting information about how UC RN salaries compare to other hospitals in my area (Northern CA)...

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RNfixmeplease has 2 years experience.

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  1. Geographic location --- Texas
  2. Pay rate --- $23
  3. In which area / specialty do you work? --- Rural hospital- mainly ER
  4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? --- RN
  5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? ---ADN
  6. How many years of experience do you have? --- First Job as an RN
  7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? ---- Full-time
  8. What shift do you work? Night, but they are they same base
  9. Do you receive any shift differential? --- Yes, 2.50 weekday, 4.50 weekend
  10. Are you a manager or supervisor? NO

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NurseP00kie has 5 years experience.

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1. Geographic location Mn

2. Pay rate $24.50/hr

3. In which area / specialty do you work? SNF/LTC

4. What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? LPN

5. What type of degree and/or certification do you have? LPN

6. How many years of experience do you have? 5

7. Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? PRN

8. What shift do you work? Any, but I usually work nights

9. Do you receive any shift differential? No

10. Are you a manager or supervisor? No

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PMFB-RN has 16 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in burn ICU, SICU, ER, Traum Rapid Response.

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Check out the website:

https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

It will tell you the earnings of ANY University of California employee. If you don't know an employee name look by job title.

Btw Physicians = PHYSCN.

Most RNs are clinical nurse 2 (I think??).

It looks as though most full time nurses are nearing 100K. A RN friend of mine is at 132K.

It's fun to look up people. At the same time it's kind of crazy that you can look at (again) ANYone's salary at a UC (any campus, student employees are excluded).

You can very clearly see the pay difference amongst Northern, Bay Area, Southern California RN salaries.

What's interesting to me is that RNs make nearly as much as NPs, PAs, and even starting family and internal medicine doctors. I was told by a UCD resident that many doctors go to private hospitals after residency because it double the income. I've heard conflicting information about how UC RN salaries compare to other hospitals in my area (Northern CA)...

Holy cow! Search "nurse" in San Francisco.

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BostonFNP specializes in Adult Internal Medicine, Hospitalist.

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Holy cow! Search "nurse" in San Francisco.

Sign me up for clinical nurse 3 at 300k!

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-midwestern midsize city

-pay rate is 19 base.. starting pay 2 years ago with 1 year of RN experience was 17.60

-CVICU

-RN

-BSN, also CCRN

-3.8 years of experience

-Full-time

-Day shift

-Differential for weekends only if you are weekend option otherwise no differential. Night shift differential is $3.

-Not a manager/supervisor

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