Does anyone here actually like being a CNA? - page 4

Even though it's hard work does anyone here actually like working as a CNA?... Read More

  1. by   All_night
    Not always. I spent 7 months as a caregiver before getting a job in acute care, and after hiring me, my hospital hired people with no heallthcare experience whatsoever. I should also mention that those new hires weren't in nursing school. It really depends, but some kind of entry-level experience is sure to help you get your first hospital job.
  2. by   kp2016
    Yes. One of my favorite jobs ever was as a CNA - (Assisted Living) while I was in nursing school. I loved that job and was very sorry to leave to start my first RN job.
  3. by   Veronicax
    I really want to give this a try just don't want to end up injuring myself. But most CNA's have to start off working at a nursing home?