Continued:New grads in Sac make around $80/hr, but that's irrelevant since you're basically not going to get hired here as a new grad unless you have serious connections. Typical nursing schedule is 3x12 shifts at any place worth a shit, but PRN staff just say how much or how little they want to work and whatever days they want. You basically make your own schedule and typically have some minimum requirement to keep the job. This ranges from 1 shift per 6 months to 4 shifts a month, just depends where you're at. At the right place you'll have access to unlimited OT as PRN. You can also leverage bonus shifts (eg. You'll get another $30/hr to come in and cover on some random floor because they're short that night and nobody else picked it up). Lots of places also pay a premium for floating ie. not working the same floor every shift. OT obviously is 1.5x at baseline, but many places it can actually go higher than that due to a lot of random factors. Assume baseline $100/hr + $150/hr OT.Lots of people have commented that OT makes you a slave. They're morons who are going to work more hours for the same money. Cram your shifts together. If you fucking hate wage slaving then just grind hard for ~10 years or so, make your investments, and retire forever. If you don't mind occasional wage slaving and flirting with women at work then just work a fuckload in any given week, month, 3 months, whatever and then chill the fuck out and take time off for as long as you'd like. I posted one example above so won't bother again, but you can hunt down wage schedules for proof of all I've said. Too many dudes ignore this profession and believe the bullshit they see on stuff like glassdoor, then pat themselves on the back about their choice to do engineering. I was one of these guys till I saw the light and dropped engineering after 2 years of wasted school like a bag of pajeet shit. You want a career where you can leverage the shortage of skilled people.