Good Lord. Is that all? $10.55ph? I was working at a job as a direct support professional making $10.22 ph. I am looking into becoming an LNA but those figures are very depressing! Does anyone out there make more than $10.55? Or is that all I have to look forward to?
It really depends on where you work. My first nursing home job after differentials payed me 13.25 an hour. Work staffing now(most wont take you until a year of experience-staffing agencies that is), and I make from 15-18 with them
I am a new LNA in New Hampshire and I was just hired at a Nursing home, with no experience i was hired at 12.50 Per Hour because i work 3rd shift, otherwise day shifts I would get 10.50 Per hour. 40 cents extra on weekends. Hope this helps
I currently work at an Elemenatry School and make 15.05 an hour. I'm trying to figure out what the compensation should be in a school district as an LNA. They pay me what Instructional Assistants make. Is there any legitimate website where one can view all LNA salaries in a specific state? Thanks!