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  1. 0 okay I need as much help as I can get with this question...I always hear people talk about srubs techs, med techs, surgical techs, etc. and all they may have is their CNA? What options are open to me, once I get my CNA...besides being a CNA? Don't get me wrong I don't mind being a CNA and getting my hands dirty, but I asking so I know what other careers doors I could knock on while in Nursing school...GOTTA PAY DEM BILLS BABY!!!!
    Thanks in Advance everyone.
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    Really depends upon the State in which you reside and the facility where you work and the training you have had.

    You have to convince the employer to train you into those certain positions, not an easy task.

    Depending upon your State you may need a seperate license/certification for certain jobs.

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