CNA hourly pay rate? - page 10
Hello. I'm trying to apply for this nursing home near my house. but i'm not sure what to put for desired rate of pay. so.. what is the average pay rate for starting cnas? i looked up and they are giving me different rate.... Read More
- 0May 29, '10 by ShirtQuote from chickapeaPretty much the same in Colorado DH and Health One will start base pay at 11-13 then give a 2-3 dollar diff pay for nights and weekends. University Hospital pays 19/hr (if you have 1 year ex in acute care) some Agencies will give you 16-17/hr with just 6 months in Acute care.In California the average is about 12-13 an hour. With shift differentials night/weekend pay can be 14-15 an hour. I know CNAs in acute care and in correctons that make 18 an hour, but it is not common. I think CNAs should get paid way more then they do. 7 or 8 dollars? That is too bad.
Quote from SuBinCRNAtoBeI’d personally shop around for something better once you get aleast 6 months experience under your beltI FINALLY GOT A JOB!! [IMG]file:///C:/Users/orie/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image001.gif[/IMG]
starting pay for mine was 9.50$. the lady said that she gave me .50$ extra.. O_O;
and 10$ with .50$ shift differential [chose job for 11-7]..
and 11$ for weekend with 1.50$ differential.
is that alot.. or should i have expected more? O_O;
cuz when the lady said 10 for starting pay.. i was so happy until she looked at some paper and goes.. "oh it says 9.50" lol O_o;
Quote from FloridadreamerFrom my experience with hospitals if you let them know you want to be a nurse are you nearly finished with your pre reqs (or done like I am) they are more willing to work with you and find high paying positions for you. Why? Well they want a good prospect in the future (for RN). If you’re just a C.N.A or PCT looking to go nowhere they will just keep looking for that personal that has some goals set for themselves. Even if that person is a new grad!Did you have good references, experience before in a hospital, and what is your pay? How do you like working in a hospital? Do they treat you with respect as a CNA? Thanks for your help! What city are you in?[IMG]file:///C:/Users/orie/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.gif[/IMG]
You really have to have a resume that speaks for you then once you get the interview sell yourself! Big Hospitals are harder to get into but they are worth it and if you know anything about psychology the interview process should be a breeze.
- 0Quote from kbitesI'm in Wisconsin and work in a hospital. I make 14.00 hourly, 3.30 for working NOCS, and 3.00 for working weekend program. So 20.30 an hour since I only work weekends.
Hi Kbites.. I am Leah . I live in Central WI. Please email me. I am not sure how old this post was.. I am new here.. I would like to know what hopsital you work for in WI.. and if they are always looking for CNAs. I wanted to also ask you some question in email.. My yahoo email address is [email protected]. I will explain more then. Thank You So.. Much.
- 0Jul 21, '10 by calidonrnstudentI have had several different cna jobs in the last year my pay was the following:
8.25!!!(MINIMUM WAGE IS 8.25!)
and my current is 10.04
I only have about 3 months total of experience because I have been in some not so pleasent LTC facilities, but the one I am at now is a really good facility and is willing to pay better then most facilities around here. (I live in IL)