Making a living as a CNA - page 2

You can definitely make money as a CNA. I started out working in nursing homes for about 9 months and I finally got an offer to work in a hospital. It was the best thing money wise I could have... Read More

  1. Visit  SandraD88 profile page
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    I'd love to work in a hospital and get those hours and pay . Iv herd hospital environments are stressful and hard to get into . It seems most hospital want C.N.A.s that have a certain amount of acute care or skilled nursing home experience . Which I don't have . But I just recently starter a job at a skilled nursing home .and I do agree being a CNA is hard work .
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  3. Visit  FaithGurl93 profile page
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    I couldn't imagine working that much!!!!! God bless you!!!! lol. I'm a CNA at a hospital and I'm studying to take my boards for my LPN and I'm only working parttime (19 and lives with parents) Ohhhh to be young lol. But I'm thinking about taking on more hours so I can start to branch out and be "grown" lol
  4. Visit  pnkgirl25 profile page
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    There is no way I would want to work that many hours. I live by the saying "work smarter not harder". I want to spend as much time as possible with my daughter.
  5. Visit  kguill975 profile page
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    Quote from pnkgirl25
    There is no way I would want to work that many hours. I live by the saying "work smarter not harder". I want to spend as much time as possible with my daughter.
    Absolutely, enjoy your daughter while you can, because you can't get those years back. When she's a teenager, and you're no longer the coolest person she knows, then you may start to consider picking up extra shifts. While it is wise to "work smarter not harder", it's also wise to "live like no one else, so that you can live like no one else."


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