2014 Wage Survey For CNAs, Medical Assistants, HHAs, PCTs: Post Here! - page 6

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  1. by   mee9mee9
    lord, how do you survive off 11.50 an hour in CA?
  2. by   alexis_xoxo
    1. What is your job title? CNA
    2. Where are you located? West Allis, WI (Very close to the Milwaukee Area)
    3. What is your hourly wage? $11.10/hour
    4. Are you paid shift differentials? I think so but I'm not sure by how much.
    5. What shift(s) do you usually work? I train from 3pm-11:30pm but my regular shift will be from 11:30pm-7am
    6. What is your current specialty? Telemetry
    7. How many years of experience do you have? First job as a CNA so I have 2 days worth of experience. Haha.
    8. What is your status? Part time (48 hrs./pay period)
    9. Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse? Yes, RN.
  3. by   bh93
    1. What is your job title? CNA

    2. Where are you located? Eugene, OR

    3. What is your hourly wage? $11.75/hour

    4. Are you paid shift differentials? Yes, but only $.05 for evening and $.10 for nights

    5. What shift(s) do you usually work?
    2-10pm

    6. What is your current specialty? LTC

    7. How many years of experience do you have? 9 months

    8. What is your status? Full time

    9. Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse? Yes
  4. by   orangekittens
    What is your job title? CNA
    Where are you located? Northern Florida
    What is your hourly wage? 12.00 hr
    Are you paid shift differentials? No shift diff
    What shift(s) do you usually work? 12-6 and appointments
    What is your current specialty? Home Care
    How many years of experience do you have? 2yrs
    What is your status? Full-time
    Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse? Uncertain
    Work with a home care agency and love the work. Deal mainly with one couple but run others to appointments.
    I just get frustrated at times.
  5. by   Mewsin
    Quote from ColorGreen
    Oh wow. A Care Assistant with 2 yrs on the job makes $21.37/hr in Saskatchewan, Canada. This has to be an outlier, but again, I think there has to be some factors that elicit such high rates.
    Well actually we just got a raise. Healthcare providers are paid well in our province. Our wages are negotiated by the unions.
    Last edit by Mewsin on Apr 28, '14 : Reason: reading comprehension problems on my part.
  6. by   AspiringLPN2014
    What is your job title? STNA
    Where are you located? Southwestern Ohio
    What is your hourly wage? 11.50 hr

    Are you paid shift differentials? Yes $1 evenings not sure if nights gets more or not
    What shift(s) do you usually work? 3pm-11pm
    What is your current specialty? LTC
    How many years of experience do you have? 6 months

    What is your status? Part time
    Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse? Uncertain
  7. by   sdavs6
    1. What is your job title (CNA, medical assistant, medication aide, HHA, PCT, PCA)? PCA

    2. Where are you located? Cleveland, OH

    3. What is your hourly wage? 12.89 base pay

    4. Are you paid shift differentials? 1.00

    5. What shift(s) do you usually work? 7p-7a, 11p-7a

    6. What is your current specialty (rehab, med/surg, ortho, doctors' office, clinic, long term care, psych, home health, hospice, etc.)? Oncology

    7. How many years of experience do you have? 2yrs

    8. What is your status (full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN)? Full-time

    9. Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse (RN or LPN)? Yes, currently finishing up lpn then plans to get bsn
  8. by   Ramcharger310
    Quote from mee9mee9
    lord, how do you survive off 11.50 an hour in CA?
    You don't.
  9. by   nursingpassion16
    1. What is your job title (CNA, medical assistant, medication aide, HHA, PCT, PCA)? Medical assistant
    2. Where are you located? Massachusetts
    3. What is your hourly wage? 14.41 an hour
    4. Are you paid shift differentials? No
    5. What shift(s) do you usually work? 830-5 M-F
    6. What is your current specialty (rehab, med/surg, ortho, doctors' office, clinic, long term care, psych, home health, hospice, etc.)? Cardiology outpatient clinic
    7. How many years of experience do you have? 2
    8. What is your status (full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN)? Full time
    9. Are you a pursuing a career as a nurse (RN or LPN)? yes, finishing my pre-reqs next semester then applying to a BSN program
  10. by   smmctowelie69
    Cna 10 years rehab long term care 10.34 no shift diff located in north Carolina part time because of school and foot problems work 7-3. In my opinion in under paid for ten years experience. Start nursing school in the fall.
  11. by   Proton
    Quote from smmctowelie69
    Cna 10 years rehab long term care 10.34 no shift diff located in north Carolina part time because of school and foot problems work 7-3. In my opinion in under paid for ten years experience. Start nursing school in the fall.
    Congrats! Good luck with nursing school.
  12. by   smmctowelie69
    Thanks, I'm nervous and excited at the same time. I hope I can manage my time and deal with a hurt foot. I have a heal spur and inflammation in my foot. He's talking about surgery. School comes first though.
  13. by   Rodrinka
    I am a CNA in Muskegon, MI

    I work in a SNF making 12.97 an hour. I work full time which is 60 hours bi-weekly. Any thing over 60 hours is overtime

    I'm 2nd shift, and no shift differentials

    i have 1 month of experience lol
    i am interested in LPN or RN

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