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Based on 938 responses, the job of Charge Nurse (RN) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Charge Nurse (RN)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Charge Nurse (RN)?

August 2019
"Satisfying at times other times frustrating."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Gallatin:
Pros: The personal satisfaction I get taking care of patients
Cons: Not getting merit raises on your performance, everyone is given raises at the same percentage whether they work as hard or they don’t.
August 2019
"Overworked and underpaid."
Charge Nurse (RN) in North Adams:
Pros: The residents, staff that I’ve worked with for a long time
Cons: Working short handed
August 2019
Charge Nurse (RN) in Houston:
Pros: Helping people
Cons: Lack of communication
September 2019
"Lack of support from upper management."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Richmond:
Pros: Team effort from nurses in the infirmary
Cons: Not enough staff of nurses
September 2019
"Great on a good day, sometimes short staffed. We."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Pittsburg:
Pros: Teamwork
Cons: Traffic to get to work
September 2019
"No benefit to me."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Charleston:
Pros: My coworkers.
Cons: We are not heard.
October 2019
"Ok, but you really are not a charge nurse. You are the RN on the floor."
Charge Nurse (RN) in Gooding:
Pros: I have enjoyed working at NCMC due to the ability of branching out.
Cons: The communication with administration and the need for continuing education not granted for nurses.