Archive for December, 2012

Idaho CNA Training Classes

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012:

The next and final step, following CNA classes in Idaho, is to pass the Idaho state CNA examination and register with the state Registry. To be able to qualify for the exam though, you will.. Read More →

Delaware CNA Classes

Monday, December 10th, 2012:

In order to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Delaware, it is mandatory to complete 75 hours of CNA classes plus an addition 100 hours of clinical experience and then.. Read More →

Hawaii CNA Training Classes

Monday, December 10th, 2012:

Hawaii is one of the few states which allow individuals to work as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) even without completing CNA training classes and taking the CNA competency exam. Read More →

CNA Classes in Arkansas

Friday, December 7th, 2012:

CNA classes in Arkansas consist of a minimum of 75 hours of classroom training instruction and an additional 15 hours of practical training. Once completed, aspiring CNAs will... Read More →

Alaska CNA Classes

Thursday, December 6th, 2012:

It is mandatory for any individual seeking a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Alaska to, first, complete a CNA Classes in Alaska that has been accredited by.. Read More →

Salary

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012:

Certified Nurses Assistants pay varies state by state. Nebraska CNA Salary is far over the national average at $60,000. The national average CNA salary is $34,713. The reason for the high average is the state of Nebraska, for they are almost double any other state. Alabama – $29,154 Alaska – $24,000 Arizona – $32,962 Arkansas – $35,750 California – $32,462 Colorado – $32,938 Connecticut – $35,239 Delaware – $28,556 Florida – $30,291 Georgia – $31,288 Hawaii – $45,000 Idaho – $28,000 Illinois – $31,049 Indiana – $30,383 Iowa – $34,286 Kansas – $30,882 Kentucky – $30,387 Louisiana – $30,000 Maine – $26,500 Maryland – $36,197 Massachusetts – $33,059 Michigan – $29,075 Minnesota – $34,158 Mississippi – $30,667 Missouri – $30,071 Montana – $34,713 Nebraska – $60,000 Nevada – $36,643 New Hampshire – $30,000 New Jersey – $33,455 New York – $32,550 North Carolina – $31,221 North Dakota – $32,500 Ohio – $28,000 Oklahoma – $26,000 Oregon – $32,600 Pennsylvania – $31,917 Rhode Island – $34,556 South Carolina – $38,300 South Dakota – $34,713 Tennessee – $29,594 Texas – $32,790 Utah – $30,667 Vermont – $34,713 Virginia – $29,800 Washington – $30,231 West Virginia – $23,000 Wisconsin – $32,542 Wyoming – $29,500 As you can see, a CNA salary is good, and not only that but it is a very rewarding career to boot. Read More →

CNA Training Classes in Alabama

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012:

In order to become a CNA, the first step to take is to look for free CNA classes in Alabama, which are accredited by the Department of Health. Most of these training classes... Read More →

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