How Much do You Make? - page 2
Let's see what everyone is doing here. I'll start... Palm Springs 36/hour average rate. Any other takes willing to post and brag!:lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2:... Read More
Jun 28, '08Occupation: Registered Nurse Specialty: General Pediatrics, Pedi Heme Onc ; Joined: Nov '01; Posts: 72; Likes: 4I am on a travel contract in Los Angeles and I am at $37/hr. I use the housing given to me and I get $800 in travel money. I also have a 4 day guaranteed work week. I am a peds nurse.
Jun 30, '08Occupation: entrepreneur Specialty: TBD ; From: US ; Joined: Jun '08; Posts: 41; Likes: 34Quote from TravellingBSN-RNHi, Do you mind me asking which hospital in Ventura. I visit my family there all the time, and have often thought of working there as a travel nurse.$37/hr and 2K/month tax free housing stipend in Ventura, CA. That's a total of about $50/hr.
What specialty do you work in? Thanks!
Jun 30, '08Joined: Apr '04; Posts: 26; Likes: 2Quote from suzanne4Housing is provided and thats it.And what about housing and expenses? As an LPN, that salary is just fine, but what are they actually covering? And what type of company is this contract with? Does not sound like a hospital setting at all, but more like some type of office.
What else are they going to cover for you?
Jul 1, '08Joined: Jul '08; Posts: 4I'm trying to travel to Chicago, but I'm having a difficult time with the company I'm with. I've heard you have to do local or agency only up there. Do you have any helpful hints to try to get a job up there?
Jul 1, '08Occupation: "Birth Center" Staff Nurse Specialty: Ante-Intra-Postpartum, Post Gyne ; From: US ; Joined: Jul '05; Posts: 3,067; Likes: 2,035What is the difference between a traveling nurse and an agency nurse?