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

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by Mortaaaay Mortaaaay (Member) Member Nurse Student

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Also, how much do you get paid for various differentials? 

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ORrose has 1 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Operating Room.

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

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MSO4foru has 10 years experience as a ADN and specializes in Hospice Home Care and Inpatient.

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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 

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Aliens05 has <1 years experience.

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Omaha, 28 an hour for new grad. 

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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

 

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no.intervention.required has 5 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in stroke and cardiac nursing.

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Chicago suburbs. 31.76/hr.  

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gere7404 has 5 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Cardiac.

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$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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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. 

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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

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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 has 3 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Varied.

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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.

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