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  1. One of my goals is to eventually be able to purchase a house. Many of my nursing colleagues are purchasing homes that are worth $450,000, $500,000 or even more. Sadly, my budget is about half of that or even less, which means the houses I have to c...
  2. adventure_rn

    Offensive Raise Structure

    This one is a doozy. A nationally renowned hospital recently announced a market-based adjustment for nursing salaries. The problem is that there is a huge disparity in the size of the raises based on years of service--people with less experience are ...
  3. Hourly vs Salary Position

    Hi all! I'm probably gonna be offered a position in an outpatient surgical center (not attached to a hospital system) where I will be paid hourly. My current position is in a major hospital system where I’m currently working bedside and it’s salaried...
  4. The Wage Gap Myth

    Not trying to start a gender war here, but would like to get someone to defend the idea that there is a wage gap. This video pretty much sums up why there isn't one to me: It is all about personal choice of the individual. If you make ...
  5. $200,000 salary as a RN, it's true

    I'm a NP who works in the Stockton/Sacramento area. One of my boating buddies is a RN at Kaiser. He has been there 10 years and is a charge nurse on a med/surg floor. I didn't believe it until he showed me but he does make a base of $200k a year. ...
  6. NP salary/pay let’s be transparent

    Transparency is important so we can negotiate. As a new grad nurse practitioner I accepted a ridiculously low paying position and I assumed that was the pay in the new city I move to. I have grown over the past couple years and I understand I was tak...
  7. Where do you stand on "Nurses don't get paid enough"?

    To me I am on the fence about it. When I was a student, we were taught not to complain, if we complained in our clinical about too much work we would get a warning, or be kicked out for not being competent. Now that I am working its much different. I...
  8. Hello, I am wondering if the tuition is worth the pay and career in the end. Currently I work as a LPN. Program was very inexpensive and already paid off. I am currently in my BSN program and am looking at about 68k in student loan repayment at the ...
  9. I dare say that nurses do make a good salary but sometimes I wonder. What do you think? What's wrong with this picture? Please share your thoughts with us... Click Like if you enjoyed it. Please share this with friends and post your comments bel...
  10. My fiancé may be getting a job in San Francisco and I struggle to believe we will be able to afford life there. I've looked into travel nursing in that area and see assignments from 2k-4k a week. How much of that money actually goes to you? does the ...
  11. Salary For Clinical Instructor

    I was asked to teach nursing clinicals at a community college this semester. The clinical coordinator contacted me this morning and classes start tomorrow. I haven't given my availability yet (need to make sure there are no schedule conflicts with my...
  12. RN's and LVN's-same job/same pay?

    I recently quit a nursing job that hires LVN's and gives them the same pay as RN's. I was given the impression that having a RN license was the minimum requirement for this job. When I started five years ago, we had seven RN's and no LVN's (before I...
  13. I've been an NP for a while, and I am happy and proud to be one. I am well aware of both our shortcomings and our successes. I think we fill a need in the world of healthcare, and "going to see my NP" has become a normal phrase in American households...
  14. Hi, I have been reading a lot of comments saying that nurses make more than the median salary, so you should be grateful for what you earn or you earn more than the average of the population. To be honest with this opinion, I disagree. The ...
  15. School Nurse Pay

    Hi there! I’m new to the AllNurses community! I just interviewed for a school nurse position at a local elementary school. I love everything, except it would be a HUGE pay cut for me (they start at $24,000). ? I know this topic has been brought u...
  16. More pay or better ratios?

    A new employee said that her previous job paid a lot more, but they had horrible nurse-to-patient ratio. Other coworkers who worked there, or know of people who have, said the same thing. This is at a hospital not long term facility. The RNs can have...
  17. As a new graduate NP, you’ve made it through the program and passed the boards, yah! Now it’s time to find the first job. Here are some frequently asked questions of the new grad as the time comes to get that first job. Can some NPs that have been he...
  18. So as a new grad. PMHNP I'm considering leaving Florida. My SO has been practicing "here" since 2016, but she entered the profession with a telepsych job paying $85.00 per hour and these jobs now seem to want a minimum of two years experience to even...
  19. I was offered a Baylor position (Fri/Sat/Sun) for a large HH agency. The offer letter states (and the recruiter and Administrator confirmed in the interview) this is a FT position. During the orientation period (about 2 months) I will be salaried th...
  20. Joe V

    Comparing A Nurses' Salary

    According to Indeed, Registered Nurses (RNs) earn between $55,726 (< than 1 year experience) - $72,833 (10+ years of experience) per year in 2021. Forbes reported back in 2019, that top hospital CEOs were making $1 million+. Payscale currentl...
  21. So a lot of you are wondering what your compensation will be following nursing school. I can't speak for each state but in Texas, nurses are paid very well, combine that with an unrelenting passion and proficient skills set, it's money in the bank. (...
  22. Low Salary @ the VA as NP

    I would like some advice. I have been a NP for 3.5 years now and RN since 2011. I received a job offer from he VA at less than <95-100k annual. Non-negotiable. I am currently, working the job and I'm honestly not happy about the hoops to go throu...
  23. Earlier this year, allnurses invited active Licensed Practical Nurses/Licensed Vocational Nurses (LPNs/LVNs), Registered Nurses (RNs), and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) from the United States to respond to questions in the 2019 allnurse...
  24. Is this a good new grad NP offer?

    I have received multiple offers (which I'm very thankful for). I wanted to know if new grad offers between $100K-$110K base are reasonable for a specialized acute-setting (Pediatric ICU, ICU, Cardiac ICU, Pediatric Cardiac ICU, etc) in the New York/C...
  25. Gauging the current market for psych NPs in California. I plan to return to school for postgraduate degree in psych. Also, please share your benefits package. Thanks!