What city do you work in and how much do you get paid hourly?

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ORrose, BSN, RN

Specializes in Operating Room. Has 1 years experience. 2 Posts

Bay Area, $63 / hour. About $7 for PM differential and $13 for night differential. 1/2 pay for on call standby

Mkakids

107 Posts

Chicago, $30.05 new grad starting pay. 12% night differential, $10/hr bump to pick up shifts.

MSO4foru, ADN

Specializes in Hospice Home Care and Inpatient. Has 17 years experience. 111 Posts

Western N C - currently 34.20 per hour and another 12 an hour for nights/ WE. But I have been doing this a while and this may could be improved. However I know because I have been looking- I would take substantial payout if I leave my current employer

Aliens05, ASN

Has 4 years experience. 142 Posts

Omaha, 28 an hour for new grad.

registerednutrn, BSN, RN

Specializes in Fall prevention. 129 Posts

Amarillo T.X 40.63 an hour 25% diff for weekends and an extra 15% for nights so if you work weekend nights it’s 40% diff we never hav trouble covering weekend nights. Also double time and a half on holidays and really bank on a holiday weekend. I have 13 years experience as a nurse. Here in Amarillo this is pretty much the high end of the pay for nurses unless your in special areas like NICU

BSN-to-MSN, ADN, BSN, RN

Specializes in SCRN. Has 8 years experience. 398 Posts

Chicago suburbs. 31.76/hr.

gere7404, BSN, RN, EMT-B

Specializes in Emergency Services, Cardiac Step-Down. Has 5 years experience. 625 Posts

$37.42 before differentials as a new grad BSN in Medford, Oregon.

Evening Diff. 3PM-10:59PM $2.25/hour
Night Diff. 11PM-6:59AM $4.50/hour
Wknd Diff. 11PM Fri-10:59 Sun $1.70/hour

Overtime $15.00/hour

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jobellestarr

289 Posts

12 hours ago, registerednutrn said:

Amarillo T.X 40.63 an hour 25% diff for weekends and an extra 15% for nights so if you work weekend nights it’s 40% diff we never hav trouble covering weekend nights. Also double time and a half on holidays and really bank on a holiday weekend. I have 13 years experience as a nurse. Here in Amarillo this is pretty much the high end of the pay for nurses unless your in special areas like NICU

Wow, that’s pretty impressive!!! Good for you.

jobellestarr

289 Posts

IHS in Phoenix pays 100,000 a year, maybe a bit more. You have to do an extra 8 hr shift q 2 weeks to make 80 hours per pp. similar to VA

Bearcat-RN

22 Posts

Cincinnati metro area, new grad:

-$24.71/hr base pay

-$4/hr night differential

The system I work for has the lowest starting pay in the area, but some of the best benefits

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inthecosmos, BSN, MSN, RN, APRN

Specializes in Varied. Has 6 years experience. 511 Posts

Winston Salem, NC

$30.00 base pay; $4.00 nights differential; $1.00 weekend differential (on-top of baylor pay). An additional $1.00 if I'm ever charge.