how much more do you get paid for being a CNA instead of an uncertified aide? - page 2
I became an STNA and worked as one for a while in Ohio, but in September I moved to California. I was planning to get my CNA certification transferred but it seemed like a lot of work, and I managed to get 2 home care jobs... Read More
- 0Dec 22, '12 by nguyency77Quote from pnkgirl25Same thing in NM! My cousin requires home care because he had a stroke two years ago. His home health aides get...what, $7.50 an hour? They also get paid in cash and do a lousy job. I was fortunate to find a place with low turnover and decent pay. It was also a Medicare facility, so there were no uncertified aides.In California it looks like $8.00 an hour. If I see one more job posting with $8 an hour pay I'm going to scream. The ones that really get me are the ones like this one Right At Home. They want a CNA with a minimum of 3 years exp. and the pay is a $8.00 per hour. It gets even better when they require you to be bilingual...still paying $8 per hour.
What a joke.