DreamyEyes 6,406 Views
Joined Mar 2, '07.
Posts: 474 (21% Liked)
I have never regretted becoming a CNA....
1) I love my job.
2) My future plans are to become an RN, not a medical assistant, so becoming a medical assistant just didn't make any sense to me.
3) I'm making more at my CNA job than one of my friends does who is working as a medical assistant.
4) Tuition for the CNA course that I took was less than $1,000. Very worth it to me in my opinion.
There is nothing wrong with being a medical assistant or a CNA; some people just have different career paths.
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