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Southern California for the county, $50/h for starting wage with experience. 

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I am a peasant compared to the rest of you. I am a new grad in a SNF in Tampa, Fl. I get paid $24.50/hr plus an astounding $1.00 differential for my shift so the grand total is $25.50/hr.

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RN-to- BSN has 6 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in SCRN.

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2 hours ago, apmarquez said:

I am a peasant compared to the rest of you. I am a new grad in a SNF in Tampa, Fl. I get paid $24.50/hr plus an astounding $1.00 differential for my shift so the grand total is $25.50/hr.

That's an ok pay for SNF. I was payed the same working in SNF.

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OncologyCat has 3 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Medical Hematology/Oncology/Stem Cell Transplant.

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Baltimore MD offered me $32.5/hr with my 2-yr experience, but I’d have to work a total of 240hrs/month, meaning I’d need to work 4shifts/week in 2 weeks of the month. My current job in northern NH pays me $30/hr

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ThePrincessBride has 5 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Med-Surg, NICU.

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11 hours ago, apmarquez said:

I am a peasant compared to the rest of you. I am a new grad in a SNF in Tampa, Fl. I get paid $24.50/hr plus an astounding $1.00 differential for my shift so the grand total is $25.50/hr.

I was actually paid less than that as a new grad in the ICU in the midwest.

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Philly suburbs SNF new grad $30.50, shift diff $2 evenings, $1 weekends $35 PRN at one job, the other $29, $2 shift diff evenings, $32 PRN. I've been looking at other jobs and range is all over.

SNF in suburbs - $35, PRN $39. I don't know what the shift diff is.

                         - $38, $2 shift diff evenings (they rarely have openings)

                         -$30, $2 shift diff evenings, $2 weekends  

                         - most  SNFs start RNs at $25-30 as base pay, avg $28

Hospitals 1/2 hour from Philly- $33, $4.50 shift diff, $2 weekends, $54 PRN

                                                $31, shift diff 10%

Hospitals 1 hr outside Philly- $26.75, 10% shift diff

                                             - $27.69, 10% shift diff, $ 2 weekends, $12.50 on

                                                top of shift diffs for weekend program  

Hospital 2 hr from Philly- $27.01, $1 shift diff

Hospitals in Philly, especially center city make a lot more. The farther out it is from Philly, the lower the pay. These are all new grad RN rates

                                             

 

 

 

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BlueShoes12 is a BSN, RN and specializes in PACU, Stepdown, Trauma.

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Hospital nurse in the midwest - wages here are not great. I've been an RN for a few years. 

$28.50/hour. $1/hour weekend differential. $2/hour night shift differential. $1/hour preceptor pay. 

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819Nurse has 15 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNF/LTACH/CM/Orthopedics/Med Surg.

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Central Ohio. New grads make about $25- $27 per hour base pay. Shift diff at all the major area hospitals is an extra $5 for night shift. Plus an extra $5 for weekends no matter what shift you work. I Been an RN for 5years so i make about $6/$7 more (base pay) than the new grad starting wage.

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1 hour ago, BlueShoes12 said:

Hospital nurse in the midwest - wages here are not great. I've been an RN for a few years. 

$28.50/hour. $1/hour weekend differential. $2/hour night shift differential. $1/hour preceptor pay. 

The Midwest covers a lot of territory and wages vary depending on the state and hospital. I live in Michigan and make $42/hr base in a union hospital with 12 yrs experience.

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DextersDisciple has 7 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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Philly 

$43.43/hr 

procedural unit so no shift diff

on call/OT is time and 1/2

$3/hr just to be on call (“beeper” pay)

5+years RN exp

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30$ and hour as a new grad ADN in a SNF. I live in San Diego and It’s a struggle because everything is so expensive here

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CalicoKitty has 8 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Med-surg.

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In DC Per Diem pool (med-surg, no bennies) 45-55/hr

In Maryland hospital (outskirts of DC), 36.50 nights (no diff?) 7 yrs exp.

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