Certified Nursing Assistants
Certified nursing assistants, also called CNAs, are instrumental caregivers in the healthcare industry. CNAs, also known as nurses aides, provide care for patients that might include assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing and feeding. In addition, certified nursing assistants provide vital support to the nurses and doctors with which the work. As the aging population grows, so does the need for healthcare support personnel such as CNAs. Therefore, choosing a career as a certified nursing assistant is a great introduction to an in-demand job in health care.
CNACareer.org was developed for both existing CNAs and those considering entry into the field. New potential CNA candidates can learn the state requirements for licensing and certification as well as find CNA training classes. For both new and existing CNAs, we list the most recent CNA job openings organized by city and state. CNACareer.org strives to offer the most industry information possible, to help CNAs maximize their career potential.
CNA Salaries by State
Below, we list the average annual salary for certified nursing assistants by state. Simply hover over a state to view the average CNA salary, and click on a state to view the available cna job listings. For more information about cna salaries, visit our page on CNA salary information.
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