CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Conneautville, PA – December 22, 2014
I worked twilight hours, from 5 p.m to 7 a.m. I love working as a C.N.A I enjoy helping the residents with their everyday needs. The co-workers were all pretty decent to work with as well. The hardest part of being a C.N.A is getting close to the residents, because for one you have to leave them and two working in a nursing home most of the residents were elders. As we all know passing comes with getting older, in my opinion losing a resident is the hardest part of being a C.N.A. I am going to school to further my education in the nursing field and most of this because of how much I really enjoyed working as a C.N.A at Rolling Fields.
Helping residents, close to home.
Losing the residents, no benefits, no set time to get off work.
How much does a Nursing Assistant make at Rolling Fields Elder Care Community in the United States?
Average Rolling Fields Elder Care Community Nursing Assistant hourly pay in the United States is approximately $12.02, which is 12% below the national average.
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