Even though the current economy is lacking on jobs, the amount of jobs for nurses continue to increase due to the current demand for more works in the industry.
It is also important to note that the trend will continue to grow over the next 10 years and almost triple in growth if the current trend continues.
Below is a list of some of the average salaries for CNA by state:
CNA Salary Low High
CNA Salary in Alabama $18,720.00 $22,880.00
CNA Salary in Arizona $21,840.00 $29,120.00
CNA Salary in California $21,840.00 $31,200.00
CNA Salary in Connecticut $24,960.00 $31,200.00
CNA Salary in Georgia $18,720.00 $24,960.00
CNA Salary in Indiana $19,760.00 $24,960.00
CNA Salary in Kansas $19,760.00 $24,960.00
CNA Salary in Maryland $22,880.00 $31,200.00
CNA Salary in Michigan $20,800.00 $24,960.00
CNA Salary in Nevada $24,960.00 $31,200.00
CNA Salary in New Jersey $24,960.00 $31,200.00
CNA Salary in New York $22,880.00 $31,200.00
The state wise CNA Salary variation can be seen from the given chart of CNAs working in different states, facilities and position.
If you are looking for as a certified nursing assistant, here are some places to look for a job below:
Simply Hired – One of the largest job boards that offer different jobs www.simplyhired.com
Career Builder – Search 1.6 million Jobs on CareerBuilder.com. Find new employment or work. Fresh job listings posted daily. www.careerbuilder.com
Monster – Find the job that’s right for you. Use Monster’s resources to create a killer resume, search for jobs, prepare for interviews, and launch your career. www.monster.com
Nursing Homes – Search for local nursing homes in your area and apply to see if they have nursing positions available.
Hospitals – Local hospitals are always hiring and offering CNA certifications if you are interested in becoming a nurse