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happiness in Sylmar, California

49 months ago

can someone help me, i just finish my cna and passed both skills and written but am looking for job if anyone tell nursing home that is hiring or agencies near sylmar area. i really need job to help take care of my bills and my son.

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Stephanie Sexton in Mcalester, Oklahoma

49 months ago

KIM ABBOTT in Greenville, South Carolina said: I just started clinicals this week and very disappointed that I chose this class. Oh my God, I also knew this was going to be hard work but I literally had to go home and get a bath a go to bed, thank God we had the next day off. I was sore head to toe and was totally over whelmed. I am going to see this through and get certified but then I am going back to school and take something else. They don't pay enough for all that you are required to do in a day, I would not recommend this to anyone. Good luck to you and I admire you for sticking with it. Kim

I don't know about there but in the state of Oklahoma if u become a cna then 6 months later u can take classes to become a med aid. All a med aid does is hand out medicine. I just finished cna classes. I can't wait for my 6 months to be over so i can become a med aid

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marissa in Torrance, California

48 months ago

Anyone living in the los angeles area can go to los angeles job corps and take can and lvn for free. I work at a nursing home by the airport area and I started off at 11.94 an hour for can and now I make over 12.

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Kiki Pruitt in Los Angeles, California

48 months ago

Anyone in the San Fernando Valley know of schools to take the CNA training that isn't too expensive and accelerated? I want to start CNA training as soon as possible. I am finishing up my last prerequisites for RN program but the waiting list are so long I figure I might as well get some experience in the field by becoming a CNA while I wait to get into the program. If you can provide schools and cost that would be great. Thanks :)

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happiness in Sylmar, California

48 months ago

i think st jude nursing school is ok more info www.stjudeschool@yahoo.com i paid $1599 and i passed but am still looking for job.

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iris in Wilmington, Delaware

48 months ago

jramii in Covina, California said: Where did you do your training? I have been searching high and low and seems like either the vocational schools are selling the gold, or the program is not reputable. I have been having a hard time choosing a school that will prepare me for the state test... Thanks :)

call the red cross they have an excellent program

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Pam in Greeley, Colorado

48 months ago

jramii in Covina, California said: Where did you do your training? I have been searching high and low and seems like either the vocational schools are selling the gold, or the program is not reputable. I have been having a hard time choosing a school that will prepare me for the state test... Thanks :)

I would say go to the people you want to work for and ask them where the classes are. Most know which schools they like to hire from or at the least the education they want to see a prospective employee to have.

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Rocy in sacramento, California

48 months ago

Well, i live in sacramento, i am not CNA, I am going to school to become LVN. For what i heard cna is exhausting. I wan t to tell to anyone here that things are different for each of us. I have my two girlfriend who are CNA and started to work in home facilities. The first one had her certification two years ago and got hired right away here in sacramento for a hourly wage of $13.95. She did not have any experience but the clinical that she did while in school. Then she decided to apply in hospital. She got hired again and she is paid $17/h. My second friend was paid $12.95/h in a facility. She now works at sutter hospital and is paid $21/h and $23 for overtime. So this is a good example for all of you who get discouraged. Everybody has his/her own experience. There is no way a cna is paid less than $12/h in sacramento. I hope my comments help someone.

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johnb in La Habra, California

47 months ago

tracy in Lancaster, California said: Where did you get your cna training? i live in palmdale, ca

red cross offers a 22 day cna program. im taking it and its great. just have to take test after your done...it cost 1500 dolars....

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johnb in La Habra, California

47 months ago

you can go to a jr college or go to your red cross. they offer cna programs. im in it right now in long beach. it cost 1500 for 22 days of intense training.

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Mrs. T in San Francisco, California

47 months ago

lRoby in Palo Alto, California said: Hi. Im reading everyone's comments and im scared. i just graduated high school and I want to start a training at Sacramento Job corps for either a CNA or Medical Assistant but from reading everyone's comments, this might not be the right job for me. I can work 12 hour shifts and i have the patience for it but i also want time for my husband and child. Do they have you working all out of the ordinary hours? Job Corps provides a job placement program but is it really hard to find a job in either of these careers. Please help me out CNA's/ Medical Assistants before i make my decision

You will make more $$$$ as a Medical Assistant. I just seen a job listing for a private practice for a Medical Assistant Receptionist. The starting minimum pay is $20.00 a hour and it's a full time position in Walnut Creek, CA

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Megan in Salt Lake City, Utah

47 months ago

It's worth it to become a CNA.
Compared to the money for schooling and the time it takes to become a medical assistant, you'll be in the hole. Whereas becoming a CNA only takes months and a few hundred dollars.
If you're going to go into the medical field and be in school for two years you might as well become a RN. They are needed very badly so it would be easier to get a position, and they make much more on average then medical assistants do.

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CaBrit in Orange, California

47 months ago

magusap in Irvine, California said: what? $9.00 an hour as a CNA? you do more work than a LVN and they get paid a lot more. That is crazy! you might as well be a caregiver and most likely get paid the same amount or more.

Most caregivers start at $10 p/h in California, and you better speak spanish otherwise you will not be able to converse with most of the people you will be working with.

I am 53 and just started working at a large care home, and the shifts suck. I worked thanksgiving and I am working christmas day, both at standard rate, no overtime. When I mentions this I was told "if I didn't like it I could leave, there are plenty of people who want a job."

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CaBrit in Orange, California

47 months ago

john said: immigrants??? your wrong!!! its the lazy people like you that dont want to apply!!!

Um...have you ever been a caregiver "john".

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johnb in La Habra, California

46 months ago

marissa in Torrance, California said: Anyone living in the los angeles area can go to los angeles job corps and take can and lvn for free. I work at a nursing home by the airport area and I started off at 11.94 an hour for can and now I make over 12.

I need a job. i just finished class. i cant make 9 bucks an hour. thats crazy. anyone know whos hiring?

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Sandra in Phoenix, Arizona

46 months ago

Megan in Salt Lake City, Utah said: It's worth it to become a CNA.
Compared to the money for schooling and the time it takes to become a medical assistant, you'll be in the hole. Whereas becoming a CNA only takes months and a few hundred dollars.
If you're going to go into the medical field and be in school for two years you might as well become a RN. They are needed very badly so it would be easier to get a position, and they make much more on average then medical assistants do.

I don't know what bubble you're living in but it is definitely NOT easier to get a position in nursing. There are thousands of new nursing grads each semester who can't even an interview much less a job in nursing.

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candy in Glendora, California

46 months ago

Male CNA in Montclair, California said: Ohh my god! I have a big headache from applying for jobs during the entire month online. I don't know why these facilities have online applications when they don't even RESPONSE to applicants.I've finally landed a job down the street from where I live. I had 3 interviews and all really wanted me to work for them. Here is my advice to all new cna grads; please don't bother filling out job applications online, I've found it to be a waste of time. What I did was put on my slacks, white long sleeve dress shirt, and a tie just to visit these facilities and asked for job applications. When they see you dressed up they will be very interested in you and will give you the interview on the spot! Most of the places I've visited didn't bother asking about what I've learn in my clinical experience ( maybe it's because the way I presented myself and what not)and offer a job on the spot! Now we know that many of us just got our certificate and don't have work experience besides our clinical, but do not let that be a negative impact on you: instead let it be a POSITIVE impact. You know if given a chance to get hire that you're an asset to these facilities. As long as you know your scope of practice and law ethics, and are compassionate about the people you provide care fore.

can you hook me up a job? CNA

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hello in Hacienda Heights, California

46 months ago

jramii in Covina, California said: Where did you do your training? I have been searching high and low and seems like either the vocational schools are selling the gold, or the program is not reputable. I have been having a hard time choosing a school that will prepare me for the state test... Thanks :)

i went to rio hondo community college. the teacher is great she wants you to succeed and will help you in any way she can. i definately recommend trying to apply there. its great!

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DreamN in Los Angeles, California

46 months ago

Male CNA in Montclair, California said: lol not in california.... Too many immigrants willing to work for little to nothing just to obtain a job. There is no unity here, it's all about one for all and all for one. CNA wages will NEVER increase the way it's going on in California with the declining economy things is not likely to improve for a LONG time.

Always trying to blame the "immigrants". Instead, why don't you invest that energy on preparing yourself for success? I'm an Immigrant myself and I don't waste my time and talent "for little". I went to school, though it was hard, I pursued a Bachelor Degree in Nursing, now I'm working at a great hospital with a great salary. Leave aside your insecurities, there is a place for everyone. An advice? keep persevering, keep a positive attitude and you will find yourself having the job of your dreams. I did it, why can't you?

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DreamN in Los Angeles, California

46 months ago

Rocy in sacramento, California said: Well, i live in sacramento, i am not CNA, I am going to school to become LVN. For what i heard cna is exhausting. I wan t to tell to anyone here that things are different for each of us. I have my two girlfriend who are CNA and started to work in home facilities. The first one had her certification two years ago and got hired right away here in sacramento for a hourly wage of $13.95. She did not have any experience but the clinical that she did while in school. Then she decided to apply in hospital. She got hired again and she is paid $17/h. My second friend was paid $12.95/h in a facility. She now works at sutter hospital and is paid $21/h and $23 for overtime. So this is a good example for all of you who get discouraged. Everybody has his/her own experience. There is no way a cna is paid less than $12/h in sacramento. I hope my comments help someone.

Bravo!!, totally agree with you. This is the kind of encouragement medical field starters need...High five for that..!!!

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booboo in Libertyville, Illinois

46 months ago

well i just finished my class & im starting off at 11.50, it just depends on the state and place you work

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RAYSHSAIL in Sacramento, California

46 months ago

IM STILL WAITING ON MY TEST DATE SO I CANT SAYWHAT MY STARTING PAY WAS BT HOPEFULLY ILL GET MY TEST DATE!!!!!!!!

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j26mann in Menifee, California

45 months ago

Male CNA in Montclair, California said: Hello all,

I've just finished my CNA program and successfully passed the California Certify test. I've also took the CNA/Acute course, because I really wanted to work for the Hospital. To my surprise, it seems so hard to get a job around where I live (Ontario, California). It's been 2 months now and I've applied for multi locations at Hospitals and Long term nursing homes within the San Bernardino and West Covina areas, but not even one call back for an interview. Anyone here know any CNA reputable Agencies temp/permanent jobs that I can contact? I appreciate your time in reading my rant, but I've so frustrated of not getting a job.

Country Villa / health services No. hills Cali. ( i use to work there, but moving up in the feild.

THANK YOU ,JOHN/MORTUARY AFFAIRS SPECIALIST

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johnb in Carson, California

45 months ago

Don't apply on line. you have to go to a nursing home and ask for an application. Speak with someone who is hiring. this is how you get a job.....thats how i got mine :)

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bobbie in Van Nuys, California

45 months ago

pretty girl in Bloomington, Illinois said: do any one know how much las vegas nevada paid they cna an hour please could someone tell me

In Vegas if you work at an acute hospital or rehab you can make pretty good money. nursing homes pay badly and will work you to death. Always short handed, won't call in registry to help and the laziest nurses on the planet work in those places...the best thing about Las Vegas is the cost of living is pretty good, meaning the pay will pay your monthly bills. Vegas is a tough town to live in, lots of greed and smut, thy to work union

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Marky in Minot, North Dakota

45 months ago

Ladymaverick55 in Lake Elsinore, California said: May I share with you some information about my upcoming school in El Cajon, CA.

Western Medical Training Center
Certified Nursing Assistant Enrollment Requirements:
Social Security Card
Valid Driver's License/ Picture ID or Alien Card

Course Program Fee is $ 1,800.00 inclusive of the CPR(AHA), Live Scan Finger Print / State Exam Fee of $ 90.00 / TB Test and Physical Exam / 2 sets of Uniform / Transfer Assist Gait Belt / Stethoscope, a book and a workbook. Enrollment Fee of $ 300.00 (required to guarantee enrollment) This certification training program is approved for Military Spouses, with My CAA,a Career Advancement Account thru their spouses Base of Assignment. This is a 22 days theory and clinical training, 8 hours a day, 7:00AM to 3:30PM Monday to Friday. Every student is provided with all the materials needed during training which includes books and uniforms. We are required by California DHS(Dept. of Health Services) to do mandatory back ground check on every applicant. Live Scan Finger Printing will be done on the first day of school before starting with the training.
This is a first come first serve basis, a maximum of 15 students only per class.
Class Start Date for year 2011:
March 28,2011 thru April
26,2011 April 25, 2011 thru May 24, 2011 May 23, 2011 thru June 21, 2011
Class location: El Cajon, CA 92020
Clinical Site: Granite Hills Convalescent
1320 E. Madison Ave. 92021

Email your inquiries to cnatolvn.info@gmail.com / monicajaneth@gmail.com

This is after passing the Pharmacy Class correct? For the method 3. I'm plannng on coming to CA but how much do Cnas make at that nursing home? or that area?Because everyone's telling me CA cost of living is high. I've worked as a Cna for 7 years and a Pct for 7 years. And also are they hiring at the home? Some say it's better to just go to the location and then to apply once you are in that state.

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Marky in Minot, North Dakota

45 months ago

Marky in Minot, North Dakota said: This is after passing the Pharmacy Class correct? For the method 3. I'm plannng on coming to CA but how much do Cnas make at that nursing home? or that area?Because everyone's telling me CA cost of living is high. I've worked as a Cna for 7 years and a Pct for 7 years. And also are they hiring at the home? Some say it's better to just go to the location and then to apply once you are in that state.

Because I'm planning on doing my class with the Minnay Institute. Will I still have to pay all of those fees if I attend? Because if Minnay sends off my paperwork how much will the class be then? I'm taking an Lpn class right now but I want to save money and continue for RN.

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tara turner in Sidney, Nebraska

45 months ago

I am a LPN/LVN in rual Nebraska. CNA classes are only 2 weeks for about 3 hundred dollars. Starting wage is around $10-12 per hour. *It is a hard job, but you can be the one staff member who can make a difference. I love nursing. I make a difference everyday and ifyou have a heart for helping people you can do it. If your going for the money, you don't need to be there.
All of you who has passed your state boards and are looking, job security is just around the corner. The health care industry is looking at being over populated with seniors who will need long tern care. The baby boomers from WWII are just now hitting the ages that will need full time care providers. There is a huge population of boomer and they believe we will not have enough care providers in the health care feild. If you want to make a career of this and have the heart for it, stick it out and give you whole heart. Blessed in Sidney Nebraska

ed, which paid above minimum wage and guaranteed full time. I make $10.20 an hour as an evening shift CNA working in a medicaid/medicare long term care facility. This facility was very easy to get on with, but it suffers from major understaffing and bad management, and I would not recommend it to anyone who felt they had another option. *rant rant rant*
I had to pay for my class. It was roughly $1200 through a local college. The average pay for a CNA here seems to be between minimum wage and $12 an hour. There are also places hiring here, but like every other industry you try, they do their best to only hire part-time CNA's, which I find personally frustrating because I am not a student and just want to work.
I can tell you to not rely on an online application to get you a job. Call to check up on it, or just dress up nice and show up in person, preferably in the morning before lunch hour.

*please note I live in the Grand Junction area of CO*

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natalie in Covina, California

45 months ago

Beila in Santa Monica, California said: Does anyone know where i can find accelerateed CNA training in Los Angeles or Greater Los Angeles Area?
I'm trying to find one that will start in December.

But if it starts later that's okay too. I just want to get it done in 1 month or less. Or close to one month.

Theres a 6 week CNA program at Mt San Antonio College in Walnut. They only offer it during the winter and and summer terms. I'm enrolled for the Summer classes. Cost is FREE for the class, you just pay for books, uniform, cpr class, etc. Can't wait!!

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bellot1 in La Habra, California

45 months ago

The red cross in Long Beach offers a 22 say CNA class..I took it...its great. the instructor is the best...go to red cross website...

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kwabena.affum@yahoo.com in Accra, Ghana

45 months ago

thank you i am already to any farming work
who can i access me work
when?
where?
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B.Mott in Beaver, Pennsylvania

45 months ago

I live in PENSYLVANIA and CNA's start at around $10-12, depending on where you apply. I am making $14.98, which is after a one year raise, I started at $12.75!!

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Laura in Rancho Cucamonga, California

45 months ago

Male CNA in Montclair, California said: Hello all,

I've just finished my CNA program and successfully passed the California Certify test. I've also took the CNA/Acute course, because I really wanted to work for the Hospital. To my surprise, it seems so hard to get a job around where I live (Ontario, California). It's been 2 months now and I've applied for multi locations at Hospitals and Long term nursing homes within the San Bernardino and West Covina areas, but not even one call back for an interview. Anyone here know any CNA reputable Agencies temp/permanent jobs that I can contact? I appreciate your time in reading my rant, but I've so frustrated of not getting a job.

Hi I work at inland Christian home they are always hiring u start. At 9.85 is located on mountain between Phillip. And philadelphia u should try it

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roxygirl in Ocean City, Maryland

45 months ago

ummmm maybe u should move to ocean city maryland there are alot of jobs down here

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aileenande in Germantown, Maryland

45 months ago

roxygirl in Ocean City, Maryland said: ummmm maybe u should move to ocean city maryland there are alot of jobs down here

Hi roxygirl,

May i ask, where did u get CNA training classes? Are u paying for the training by yourself? Im looking for FREE CNA Training in exchange of work or a Home Care that might support my training in another facility while i work for them coz i dont have money for the training. I am from other country and just moved here in Gemantown, Maryland. I be glad to hear from you. Thank you so much for your time!

Aileen

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ladyg in Los Angeles, California

44 months ago

jramii in Covina, California said: Where did you do your training? I have been searching high and low and seems like either the vocational schools are selling the gold, or the program is not reputable. I have been having a hard time choosing a school that will prepare me for the state test... Thanks :)

The El Monte Adult School seems to be the cheapeast around. Im currently in school there, and it does prepare you for the state test. Check it out .. !

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ladyg in Los Angeles, California

44 months ago

hey nikki in Long Beach, California said: I work at a hospital in los angeles and they start off with no experience $14.35. I used to work at a convalescent hospital where they started off at $9.50

What's the name of the hospital?

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clara davila in San Francisco, California

44 months ago

jaime in Lancaster, California said: just wanted to know how much cna made,i just finished school,waiting on my test day.

well in san jose ca. cnas work here starting as 25 dollars an hour if you have at least just one year of experience.do you know where i can take a cna class for free online or in calfornia in san jose ca.

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clara davila in San Francisco, California

44 months ago

email me and i can get you a better job as a cna at lovesons43@yahoo.com my name is clara

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john in La Habra, California

44 months ago

wow, are they hiring? what hospital is that?

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svillar in Salinas, California

43 months ago

I completed the CNA program last spring and became certified in salinas, california through Hartnell Community College. My only problem is half the places I was interested in applying to require at least one or two years of experience, and I have less than a year worth of experience. To gain experience I applied at local hospitals, but I never got a call back for an interview or anything. The highest paid facility for CNA are correctional facilities. And the reason for that is because you got to deal with more things because not only are you working with prisoners but your also risking your own life not knowing what they can do to you while trying to do your job. And if you ask me I feel that cna's do the most hands on work than any other nursing position. And can someone please tell me why is it that they are the lowest paying position it is beyond unimaginable. Ive read some comments about it being hard work or scary environment, but it depends on how much some places are willing to pay you for all of that hard work it only seems impossible to think that the highest pay for cnas in salinas is $13. This number discourages me from even wanting to work as a CNA. Although, I am currently in the process of applying to different nursing programs because I really want to be a RN and get paid the big bucks rather than being a cna with little pay.

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johnb in La Habra, California

43 months ago

We need a union!!!! this is crazy,

i agree some places start at 9 bucks an hour....it's really people who settle for less that make all CNA's pay for it. Don't take the job if it's 9 bucks an hour....simple. McDonald's pays more. We are dealing with people in hospitals and other places!!!!!!

We demand good pay!!!!

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ladyg in Los Angeles, California

43 months ago

ladyg in Los Angeles, California said: What's the name of the hospital?

Can you tell me the name of the hospital Nikki in Long Beach California??????

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lovesons43 in San Francisco, California

43 months ago

CNA's make around twenty to twentfive dollars an hour or if you work private you make more and if you have 10 to 20 hours of experience you start of at 19.00 to twentyfive dollars an hour. thats great

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Kati in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

43 months ago

lovesons43 in San Francisco, California said: CNA's make around twenty to twentfive dollars an hour or if you work private you make more and if you have 10 to 20 hours of experience you start of at 19.00 to twentyfive dollars an hour. thats great

is for alabama or tennessee? of just anywhere?

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Marcelina Ojeda in Tucson, Arizona

43 months ago

-Angel- in redding, California said: Well i live in a small town in northern california. Im 18 years old and i have had my cna license for a year now. I still havent found a job yet! Everywhere i apply they say you dont have enough experiene...where do i start then?? any suggestions? oh and how much would i make just starting out? thanks

Your 18 and you have your cna license already?

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CNA Missouri in Saint Louis, Missouri

42 months ago

I have been a CNA here for the last year both at the hospitals and in long term care. While the job is very rewarding to is very exhausting. You tend to work long hours and as everyone will agree we are severely underpaid for what we do. I make 9.25 an hour and i work the midnight shift but have worked every shift. There is a high burn out rate and many employees end up on anti depressants. But it is a highly rewarding job. I enjoy it and plan to further my education and become a nurse here in the next 2 to 3 years. I love my job and enjoy being a CNA.

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Tessa in Diamond Bar, California

42 months ago

aileenande in Germantown, Maryland said: Hi roxygirl,

May i ask, where did u get CNA training classes? Are u paying for the training by yourself? Im looking for FREE CNA Training in exchange of work or a Home Care that might support my training in another facility while i work for them coz i dont have money for the training. I am from other country and just moved here in Gemantown, Maryland. I be glad to hear from you. Thank you so much for your time!

Aileen

Hi, Aileen i would recomened you too look into Adult School in your Area because they all offer course in certain fields & some courses are Free but some do cost anywhere from $400 to $2000. But I just got done @ Fontana Adult school with the CMA course which is the Certified Medical Assistant Course & i loved it & its was Free! They gaved you all your Materials and Books for Free! I was So Greatful to get the Training i recived for frr! But ya start off looking at Adults Schools & see where it takes you!

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fidel in Ontario, California

40 months ago

Male CNA in Montclair, California said: Hello all,

I've just finished my CNA program and successfully passed the California Certify test. I've also took the CNA/Acute course, because I really wanted to work for the Hospital. To my surprise, it seems so hard to get a job around where I live (Ontario, California). It's been 2 months now and I've applied for multi locations at Hospitals and Long term nursing homes within the San Bernardino and West Covina areas, but not even one call back for an interview. Anyone here know any CNA reputable Agencies temp/permanent jobs that I can contact? I appreciate your time in reading my rant, but I've so frustrated of not getting a job.

kaiser is hiring for cna right now i dont know if youve been hired yet but just to let you know

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Nan in Long Beach, California

39 months ago

pretty girl in Bloomington, Illinois said: do any one know how much las vegas nevada paid they cna an hour please could someone tell me

Las vegas pays a cna in nursing home 8 to 12 , hospital depends on how many years u've been a cna, bottom pay is 12.33

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