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- Jan 13, '10 by dannyc12Quote from Mr. EvansYour chances are probably a lot better after you eat some dirt (I mean gain some experience) in a nursing home.What are my chances of getting hired in a Hospital setting and making atleat $11/hr before shift diff. and weekend prem.?
- Jan 13, '10 by happyloserChances are bleak to none, I live in NJ which has one of the highest standards of living in the country and a CNA fresh out of the program makes 10.50 an hour at most. However, if you work Per Diem you might be able to make a few dollars more but no benefits whatsoever.
- Jan 13, '10 by caliotter3It is generally easier to get a job in a long term care facility than in a hospital. Hospitals have the ability to pick and choose among the best candidates because everyone wants to work in a hospital. LTC facilities are a little less choosy in who they hire, more inclined to hire anyone who has their certificate.
- Jan 13, '10 by CynicallyVexedslim to none!! hahaha I was a CNA for four years in a level 1 trauma/neuro icu and had to go through extensive training that the hospital provided (which has helped me allot when I became a LPN) and with night shift differential I made 11.20... This was after 4 years of being a CNA and going for the extra training to do a cool job though, I started out at 8.75.
My weekend diff was 1 buck. But still though it took me 4 years to reach 11 bucks..
- Jan 13, '10 by southernbeegirlwhen i started out as a CNA in '92, i made $3.35/hour. after 4yrs i worked my way up to a whole $5/hr!
- Jan 13, '10 by kellyc034I have been a PCT for 2 years now in a hospital. I am in nursing school, but do not hold a CNA license. I started out at $12 something an hour and am now up to $14 an hour, not including shift differential.
- Jan 14, '10 by canigraduateI work as a CNA just outside of Charlotte. I started in July at $8.65/hr in LTC. Most of the CNA jobs around here are in this range, some maybe as high as $9.50/hr. I have heard rumors of $10/hr. I don't think $11/hr is going to happen, but maybe you'll get lucky! If you do, let me know where so I can come work there.Last edit by canigraduate on Jan 14, '10 : Reason: typo
- Jan 14, '10 by Lovelymo79Quote from happyloserWhere in NJ do you work because I work in northern NJ part-time at a hospital and make $14 an hour. Working here 3 months and had no prior experience. I am also in nursing school.Chances are bleak to none, I live in NJ which has one of the highest standards of living in the country and a CNA fresh out of the program makes 10.50 an hour at most. However, if you work Per Diem you might be able to make a few dollars more but no benefits whatsoever.
- Jan 14, '10 by Batman25I'm in central NJ and CNAs here start at $12 and with experience make about $14. .