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What's the pay for a cna2/ med tech

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Most pay between $12 to $15 dollars per hour. If they are paying over that amount it's rare so don't believe the hype that you can make $18hr being a CNA unless you've been one for over 15 to 20 years and the employer likes you. If you want more money you'd have to go to college. I worked as a Patient care tech once and made $17.50 it's CNA work with a fancy name in a hospital but, I lost the job and went back to making $12hr. It pays to have an education

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I have been offered $14.50/hour.

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Madison, $11.00 cna/pcw/RCA/CMT and or home health same rate hourly

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$7.25 a hour for Cna's with no experience in North Carolina

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Here in Kentucky, there is no way these facilities are paying these nursing assistants that amount they start off with is only $!0 Even as a medical assistant they want to offer $12

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Pay will fluctuate based on your states minimum wage laws. For Washington state we pay an experienced caregiver anywhere between $13.50 - $18.00/hr depending on the setting and experience of the caregiver.

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8.00 per hour

Answered - HHA/CNA (Former Employee) - Dayton, OH/ cleveland,oh

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A CNA with experience should not receive or accept less than $18 an hour, plus bonuses, incentives, and overtime. Unions have done no justice for CNA's by allowing these horribly understaffed facilities to pay less than a living wage to increase their bottom line. Every state should pass regulations that limit the number of patients an RN, LPN, or CNA are allowed to care for. RNs, LPNs, and CNA's should have the same number of patients to care for, approximately 8-10 patients per shift. Anything greater than 10 patients per shift should require the facility to pay double time for the whole shift. The only way these facilities can make large profits is by not providing proper patient care by overworking the the medical staff and reducing proper healthcare safety procedures.

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I started out at $12 hr. and worked my way up to $14 hr. on weekdays and $16 hr. on weekends

Answered - Certified Nurse's Assistant (Former Employee) - Albany, NY

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12,00 an hour

Answered - Home Health Nurse (CNA) (Former Employee) - Harrisburg, PA

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