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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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New grad STL working night shift.

$22.50 an hour, $0.60 BSN, nights $2.90, weekend nights $5.30.

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righteousjenn specializes in CVICU.

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There’s this hospital in my area that pays$88 an hour per diem. I make $50 base... then differentials. 2 years as a nurse. Similar nurses in my unit making around $75/ hr .. they just have more exp

 

btw I’m in LA

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lilmiz has 10 years experience as a ASN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in Critical Care/ICU/PCU/Telemetry.

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32.63 base pay 4.00/hr diff for Friday/Saturday, 2.00/hr nights and 2.00/hr for Charge and preceptor. I am ICU RN 10+years experience, in Albuquerque NM

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NickiLaughs has 10 years experience as a ADN, BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency, Trauma, Critical Care.

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Inland Northern California * I have 10 years experience

78$ an hour benefitted position

4$ an hour when I’m charge

I’m in a clinic but if you are in the hospital these are additional:

swing dif 7$/hr

nights dif 12$/hr

i will say if i had other career options I would walk away in a heartbeat.

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Arkansas, $27 hour.  One of the lowest paying states in the nation sadly.  

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Glycerine82 has 3 years experience as a ASN, LPN and specializes in SNF/Rehab/Geri.

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I work about 40 miles south of boston and I'm an LPN with 3 years experience. 

I make 28.24/hour. 

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East Coast Hampton Roads, Virginia. started as new grad at $18.72 11 yrs ago.  Now base $37.24, night shift diff $8 ( grandfathered in), CCRN cert $1, charge $1.50, $ preceptor pay $3, call and OT time and 1/2. Grossed $120K in 2017 but was working crazy OT that year. Yet and still not enough!

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FurBabyMom has 8 years experience as a MSN, RN.

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Central North Carolina.  About $39/hour. Evening shift differential is not much (maybe $2/hour), nights and weekends is something like $4/hour.  On call pay for the OR and procedure areas is 10% of your base pay per hour. Other places near us pay higher differentials for worse benefits and worse working conditions (esp. provider-staff relations).

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NurseJamillah is a BSN, RN and specializes in Med-Surg.

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60 miles south of Boston.

New grad hospital pay was $28/hr, I believe the union contract includes an evening diff of $3/hr and overnight is $4.50/hr. Weekend differential is approximately $1.50/hr.

Things are way too expensive here for their pay rates to be this low. 

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KalipsoRed21 is a BSN and specializes in Currently: Home Health.

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Home Heath - 11 yrs experience - closest big city is Saint Louis, MO but the job is in Illinois. 

$29.71/ hour (I do not get mileage as they provide the car and the gas.)

Required to work every 3rd weekend with one of the 2 days on call and also on call 2-3 other days a month. 

On Call you get $2 an hour unless called out then you get time and a half for as long as it takes to do the call. Weekend differential is $5.

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