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- by lossholly Jul 3My instructor told us that CNAs starting out make about $13-15/hr. I thought that was a pretty high wage given our area.
Any other CNAs wish to share their income and how much experience they have?
- Jul 3 by green34I started out at 12.50 as a patient care tech which is what our hospital lumps everyone under. Same system and my friend started out around 11.40. One friend who is not in nursing school was offered 8.50 starting out but after a year or two, it would go up to around 10.
Our cost of living is cheap. The median household in my small city earns 45,000. The larger city nearby is probably worse.
- Jul 3 by mvm2I am making $10hr... Being in Home Care my pay is less then someone working in a nursing home, but I am taking care of only one person for that $10 an hour. while in a nursing home they are taking care of around 12 to 15 perhaps even more people in that hour. Besides it might take me longer to get up to their pay but eventually I can Make $12 to $13 dollars an hour, it will just take me a few years.
- Jul 4 by juliepagHi, I make 10.75 at a nursing home in NH. Pretty bad huh?Last edit by juliepag on Jul 4 : Reason: forgot to say where I worked
- Jul 4 by arianarod326When i worked for an ltc facility a year ago...i made 8.00. I work for a hospital now and make 13.
- Jul 4 by malamud69CT-CNA in LTC $min wage to $16 +/- depending on facility and shift, PCT- hospital setting $12-$20 depending on location and shift. Good luck!
- Jul 4 by kaydensmom01In my location that aides make around 8.50-9.00/hr. I always made about 35cents more an hour than minimum wage.
- Jul 5 by aisha b4years a go I was getting payed $8.50, and I thought that was cool. :-) But that was then, now I get $14.30 . There are places that pays $ 17- 21 on a weekend programs or 12 hour shift . I work in a nursing home sitting.
- Jul 5 by sm0205I think it all depends where you work, city, suburb, big hospital, small hospital. I made about 12.50 at my first cna job at a big hospital as a nursing student. I just graduated and still working as a cna at another big hospital making 15.00. I know some of my friends made more or less depending if they worked at big or small hospitals.
Oh yeah and that is without shift differentials. I am located in Boston.