Hey guys, thank you in advance for reading this thread as this is my first question here at AN
. Few days back I received a phone call from a CNA instructor notifying me that I had been accepted into the CNA program that lasts three weeks. I am not too worried about the class as I am more than dedicated when it comes to studying and performing skills to the best of my ability. However, I wanted to pick the fine brain of allnurse.com to see what people thought about the demand levels for male CNA's and RN's?
Oddly enough, when my grandfather got discharged from Long Term care here in Wyoming, one of the LPN's asked me to apply to their LTC unit immediately because more male CNA's and RNs were needed. Is this typical for most hospitals and LTC facilities to have high needs for male workers?
Anyhow, this is an awesome community as it has been providing me amazing information as I begin pursuing my degree in nursing itself. Thanks for the feedback and have a great day!