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Nurse salary: what do you earn?

of Michael »Sun Feb 27, 2011, 6:40 pm

This thread should give an overview of what you roughly earn as a nurse today. In addition, everyone can post their salary here in a post (either gross per month or per year, net salaries are not very meaningful).
In addition, everyone should indicate their place of work and the state. Also of interest are the professional experience (how long you have been working in this profession) and any additional qualifications (further training to become a specialist nurse, other further training, etc.) as well as additional tasks. The type of employer is also interesting (NO exact company details, please).

A meaningful contribution could look like this:

Gross salary: 2500 euros per month (13 salaries per year)
Work experience: 7 years
Qualification: Specialist anesthesiologist
Employer: Private clinic (approx. 230 employees)
Place of work: Nuremberg, Bavaria

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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Dana145 »Mon 25 Jun 2012, 7:40 am

The difference in what nurses earn is often due to the collective wage agreements
Conditions. But what is much more important than money are vacation, extras, overtime pay, etc.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Johanna90 »Sun Aug 19, 2012, 11:04 am

Hello,

I have just finished my training as a nurse and have luckily been taken on I now earn a gross amount of 2391 euros for a start with 12 monthly salaries and 25 days of vacation, the clinic is located in the Stuttgart area, i.e. Baden-Württemberg. What do you think is it okay to start with? When can I expect a raise? Does further specialist training also have a direct effect on the salary?

greetings
Johanna
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Tom »Mon 3rd Feb 2014, 8:52 am

Good morning,

here my salary data:
Position: Head of the surgery department
Gross salary: 3447 euros per month (13 salaries per year)
Work experience: 15 years
Qualifications: Nursing training, advanced training to become a ward manager
Employer: Private clinic (approx. 800 employees)
Place of work: Hamburg
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of Angie »Thu 12 Jun 2014, 05:49

Occupation: nurse
Qualification: over 15 years of intensive care. Experience
Gross: 2800, - without surcharges at 120h / month plus expenses and fare
Employer: leasing company
Ward: intensive care unit
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of padika89 »Wed Oct 8, 2014, 9:21 am

Hello everybody,
I would like to work as a nurse in Berlin. How much do you earn in Berlin? In Stuttgart I earn around € 2300 gross. Is it worth it if I move to Berlin? thanks
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Mila »Wed Jul 22, 2015, 3:12 pm

Occupation: nurse
Qualification: with training and FSJ 6 years of experience
Gross: 2500, - without surcharges for full-time plus transfer approx. 2300 net
Employer: leasing company
Station: everything, as I work in hospitals all over Germany
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Ylle_Elly »Fri 4th Dec 2015, 8:55 pm

Profession: Health and nurse / advanced training for PDL for fully inpatient and short-term care facilities
Employer: Foundation
Institution: Elderly care facility with 130 residents and 70 caregivers
Salary: 4200 gross + 13th monthly salary + performance bonus of approx. 900 euros once a year


And now an interesting current example
Profession nurse
Employer: Ecclesiastical institution
Institution / workplace: Emergency shelter for refugees
Salary: 2300 euros gross - a joke, isn't it?
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Max »Tue 12 Jul 2016, 4:26 pm

Hello dear people, I am starting September 1st, 2016 as an exam. Nurses at a rental company gcc for the Constance district and the contract is € 2300 net. Does someone work in the area who can tell me what they earn there. thanks
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Bameda staff »Wed 13 Jul 2016, 12:55 pm

Dear Nurses / Colleagues

As a colleague and a Swiss personnel service provider, I followed the discussion closely.

Even if the wages shown here sound appropriate for German standards, there are still much more attractive opportunities for well-qualified specialist staff.

As a Swiss employment agency, Bameda Personal is regularly looking for well-trained and motivated specialists on behalf of hospitals.

In particular, in the areas of anesthesia and intensive care as well as for monitoring stations (IMC), you have very good opportunities in Switzerland.

I would like to give you the following example:

Profession / position: qualified nurse in acute care (hospital)
Salary: freshly examined monthly SFr. 5200 gross (approx. 4800 euros) with 13 monthly salaries (corresponds to approx. 4000 euros net due to the low tax burden in Switzerland)

The salary is also based on age, individual professional experience and existing training and further education and is negotiable!

Of course, the cost of living is higher depending on the circumstances, but ultimately you have a lot more "to live with" than in Germany.

In addition to financial incentives, there is a flat hierarchy and culture of appreciation in Switzerland.

So if you are seriously interested in a job or a life in Switzerland, I would be happy if you contact me directly.

Kind regards from Baden / Switzerland

Maik Forster
managing Director

Bameda Personal GmbH
Pilgerstrasse 1
CH - 5405 Baden-Dättwil

Phone +41 56 556 24 01
[email protected]
www.bameda-personal.ch
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of Sweden »Sat Oct 1, 2016, 7:36 pm

2400 euros net with a 23.98 hour week only night shift. I am a nurse in Sweden that corresponds to 73.98% employment. Work Wednesday, Thursday night for the first week
second week Monday, Tuesday night, Friday, Saturday, Sunday night
Third week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday free
Then it starts again with the first week on Wednesday, Thursday night, etc.


Greetings from Sweden
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of guest »Fri 4 Nov 2016, 11:15 am

With 31 years of professional experience and 2 specialist training courses, I earn 40 hours a week as a division manager
4200 gross without allowances and have 31 days of vacation per year plus 10 AZV days. My AG is Helios and we get a profit distribution twice a year. The 2nd at the end of the year is little more than a net salary. I live and work in Lower Saxony.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of merilaa »Fri 4 Nov 2016, 1:42 pm

4200 gross is a decent salary and also corresponds to the value of the work done. Do you have a higher management position in the company?
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Wirmi »Fri Dec 16, 2016, 2:02 pm

Angie wrote:Occupation: nurse
Qualification: over 15 years of intensive care. Experience
Gross: 2800, - without surcharges at 120h / month plus expenses and fare
Employer: leasing company
Ward: intensive care unit


Hello dear Angie,
may I ask in which city do you work?
LG
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Wirmi »Fri Dec 16, 2016, 2:04 pm

Mila wrote:Occupation: nurse
Qualification: with training and FSJ 6 years of experience
Gross: 2500, - without surcharges for full-time plus transfer approx. 2300 net
Employer: leasing company
Station: everything, as I work in hospitals all over Germany


Hello Mila,
may I ask where you live?
LG
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of SISTER xo »Mon 16 Jan 2017, 10:10 am

3000 euros gross.
In the nursing home at 40 h / week
30 days vacation
Did my exam in 2013.
For a temporary job, I was offered 4,300 gross.
Both without allowances. They come with it.

All professionals who can be fobbed off with less are their own fault. Please don't sell any of yourselves below value.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Anonymous »Wed 1st Feb 2017, 10:46 am

Employer: Uniklinik Leipzig AöR


Work experience: 5 years

Gross salary € 3,037.81 + € 109.79 alternating shift allowance + supplements + 13th monthly salary - 55% of monthly salary.
€ 250 vacation pay (gross) in July.

Surcharges / hour:

€ 1.28 night surcharge 8 p.m. - 6 a.m.
€ 0.65 Saturday work 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.
€ 3.53 Sunday surcharge
4.94 holiday surcharge
2.82 fetching from free time (informed 24 hours in advance)

There is the option of paying overtime or time off in lieu. 3 x / year.

34 days vacation for shift work. Otherwise 31.

Partial recognition of further training as working time, e.g. resuscitation course, hygiene, handling of large-lumen catheters, fixation, etc.


Current: New collective bargaining with Verdi. Improvement of the surcharges. Work relief.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of SISTER xo »Wed Feb 1, 2017, 8:29 pm

2.5 years of professional experience

23.00 hourly wage
50% Sunday
25% saturday
25% night

Got as a qualification
Practice instructor
Station manager
And PDL certificate.
But I work as a GuK.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Anonymous »Thu 8 Jun 2017, 6:06 pm

Wirmi wrote:
Mila wrote:Occupation: nurse
Qualification: with training and FSJ 6 years of experience
Gross: 2500, - without surcharges for full-time plus transfer approx. 2300 net
Employer: leasing company
Station: everything, as I work in hospitals all over Germany


Hello Mila,
may I ask where you live?
LG



@ Wirmi ... certainly in one of the slightly larger cities ... Where large and many leasing companies are located ... who duel a little with each other

I'm in Berlin and also change to a leasing company ... = a lot more salary = more freedom etc ...
I thought about it for a long time (2 yrs), as I only have a 10-15 minute drive to the current hospital.

However, apart from the fact that I unfortunately have to leave the nice team and slightly increased travel times, there are really only advantages ...

24 € hour wages ... and those are not even the highest bidders ... (ps: I am an intensive care nurse without specialist training)
Surcharges differ depending on the leasing company ... but mostly 25% ND, 50% Sun, 100% public holiday ... + as already said, many extras ... additional payment for the ticket or takeover, additional pension ... some offer to the A and I to take over the course, others offer to be able to act throughout Germany and to provide the apartment etc etc ... if you are looking for something for yourself, you should listen to the conditions everywhere once , because I really think there is something for everyone

and as someone else said -> don't sell below value.

Nevertheless, you should look at everything in peace and read through ... a leasing company is not for everyone ... because anyone who hopes to make big money in a leasing company with only FD from Monday to Friday will fail.

As an example, I'm lucky in this regard ... I don't want to do FD anymore, because I'm more of a late night owl and I don't care about work on public holidays or weekends ...

To summarize, it can be said:
24 € / h
can write my duty roster myself + enter vacation 1..2 months in advance ... in this way I am my own master ...
and because I almost only do ND and late work on Sundays, I am relaxed at 75-80% on my 2500 net
as I said by the surcharges from ND and weekend ... who only makes FD is stupid ...
How I come up with it, some computers among you are probably wondering ^^ ...

Surcharges are net! and there are also small loopholes where you can get a little money out
That's why I said before -> explore everything and research how best to get there. But you have to take care of it yourself, because your own interests count and if I were to give you everything, you would not be in the matter right away.

Have a nice evening everyone and make something of your job! ... or. Life ... because there is always better !!!

oh yes ps: bzg. the Swiss
Those who live on the border earn the most it pays to have an apartment in Germany and drive over to work you’re making real money!
To the 4000 €, however, there is still to be said ... that Switzerland has other insurance matters ... ex. I think the health insurance is private and accordingly costs a lot (there are also gradations) ... a friend is in Switzerland after the exam and what she gets is really more than we have here, but there is They are mostly used for leisure and in the end you almost get the same denominator as here! However, if you are fed up with German food contaminated with antibiotics, you should definitely go to Switzerland , everything organic !!!

Greetings from Berlin!
No liability is accepted for spelling errors.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of guest »Sat Sep 9, 2017, 9:16 pm

zZ wrote:1800 euros gross (yes, gross, net is around 1299). Dialysis, 40 hours / week. Nurse, but I'm not German.


Nurses, training abroad, recognition in Baden-Württemberg, gross wages without allowance 2770 gross, about 3400 with gross allowance. Tax class 3, net between € 2350 and € 2500. Christmas bonus 70% gross wage. It doesn't really matter whether you did your apprenticeship in Germany. Stuttgart area
Experience: 2.5 years
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of Angie »Tue 17th Oct 2017, 4:53 pm

Wirmi wrote:
Angie wrote:Occupation: nurse
Qualification: over 15 years of intensive care. Experience
Gross: 2800, - without surcharges at 120h / month plus expenses and fare
Employer: leasing company
Ward: intensive care unit


Hello dear Angie,
may I ask in which city do you work?
LG

I work nationwide, LG
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Eva »Tue 23 Jan 2018, 9:49 pm

I was offered € 3000 gross today at a temporary employment agency in Munich. Where do you earn 4200 €, as described earlier? To the Swiss, you have to pay for health insurance yourself and pay the dentist out of pocket, as there is no dental insurance. This is only available as additional insurance and is very expensive. The atmosphere between Swiss and foreigners (including Germans) is not always nice.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Make?

of Anonymous »Sun Feb 11, 2018, 6:31 pm

Hello everybody,
my total annual brood amounts to 53,800 € that is about 4200 € per month plus two additional special payments.
Oh, I have 31 days of vacation and 9 days of AZV, all without night shift (so far).
Have a specialist training in intensive care and a ward manager course, have been working in nursing since 25.
I work in Northern Bavaria and am a commuter from Thür.
I deal with Switzerland (I already wanted to after my training).
Who can say something objective about it?
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of I »Mon 26 Feb 2018, 5:13 pm

Basic remuneration gross 3200 € + surcharges, child allowance, housing allowance, mentor allowance etc. Total gross approx. 3600 €, net 2450 € In addition there are 31 days of vacation and 9 AZV, Christmas bonus approx. 500 € + 13th month salary as profit sharing 1 x per year.
State: Bavaria, 20 years of professional experience
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of Thuringian Swiss »Mon 26 Feb 2018, 5:40 pm

Anonymus wrote:Hello everybody,
my total annual brood amounts to 53,800 € that is about 4200 € per month plus two additional special payments.
Oh, I have 31 days of vacation and 9 days of AZV, all without night shift (so far).
Have a specialist training in intensive care and a ward manager course, have been working in nursing since 25.
I work in Northern Bavaria and am a commuter from Thür.
I deal with Switzerland (I already wanted to after my training).
Who can say something objective about it?


Objectively after 8 years in Switzerland with a family, I can tell you that the recreational value (with 42.5 hours of work per week) is extremely high. I mean with the alternating shifts, which can meet you 3 times a week differently, you should think about when you do something with family and when you do something with friends. Time is extremely valuable in a 100 percent job.
I am blessed with AI training and can negotiate the salary within limits, depending on the place where I want to work. Zurich with AI and work experience up to 7.5K month possible. with 13 salaries, Mittelland 5.4-7 K month x13 mountain region a little less because there is less to do with the number of houses and Italy Grezgangers depress the wages. Just like the specialists in D, who are also from abroad. As a migrant (YES, FOREIGNERS) you should adapt a little, but not bend. If you are competent and saddle up in your field you can be louder, in my opinion and experience after the region around Lake Lucerne and Lake Zurich in Bericvh I and A is firmly in German hands. Share D approx. 30 percent. (If all the nursing professionals from CH went back to Germany, it wouldn't be fun for our Helvetic friends.) And they actually know that too ;-) So now on the expenditure page, apartment by size, about 1.5-2.5K months . KK for 3 people so 750-1K month. Auto Diesel 1.62CHF / L times as compared. Food ca1K all incl.
Insurance general household items, liability, etc. depending on requirements 700-1K month. And if you can now calculate, you can see that the bottom line appears to be a lot, but save your pension yourself Insurance, 1 coffee a70ml just 5CHF, 1 piece of cake at the Beck a1.50 CHF.
But it's nice anyway. With a reasonable wage for the responsibility that we would bear, many will return to D. I am convinced of this through conversations with friends and colleagues, which are made up of multicultural people.
So if it is good the way it is then leave it as it is, if not you have to change something.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of guest »Wed 14 Mar 2018, 4:36 pm

With supplements for night, rotating shift and intensive allowance, I earn 2700 euros gross, work 87.5%, i.e. 35 hours a week, have been in the intensive care unit for 23 years and have my specialist training for A&I, 30 days of vacation. Work in a university clinic in the east of Germany.
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of maria magdalena »Sun 18 Mar 2018, 2:25 pm

42 years of full-time employment ==> 3584 € gross and nothing extra. Tax class IV and 38% deductions = € 13.34 net per hour.
So if we are to take to the streets with fair wages for this backbreaking job, then for no less than 49%
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Re: Nurse Salary: What Do You Earn?

of anita2499 »Fri 23 Mar 2018, 1:28 pm

Hello everybody,

I have been pleasantly surprised by the temporary work for a long time. I have been happily employed by ACAT Personnel Management in Munich as a specialist for some time.
I also made a conscious decision to work through temporary employment. I earn a lot better than in my last permanent job. My gross wage fluctuates between € 3600 and € 3800 per month, depending on the month. (about 21 euros an hour) as well as surcharges, vacation pay and Christmas bonus.
Most of the time I have a permanent assignment for several months in the same facility, but occasionally there are also short-term day shifts in different facilities. Personally, it doesn't matter to me, I got to know a lot of different institutions and if I should apply for a permanent position, I can pick out the best houses and write in the application that I have already been employed there. Sure, that's nothing for everyone, but I like it.
I also have the option of requesting short-term vacation at any time, or if I have an appointment and can only do an early shift, for example, I am always taken into account. I even think there are staff rooms for people who are not from Munich and want to gain a foothold here, but luckily that didn't affect me because my husband and I have always lived here.

I wish everyone a nice weekend
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