hello, i am a pre-nursing student. i will be getting my cna certificate in the fall. i wanted to know if there are any high paying cna jobs that i can look into while going to school. i want to quit my security job and get started in healthcare as a cna. i was wondering if i need to look at an agency, home healthcare or do they have traveling cna's. i want to be able to cover my bills and mortgage while in school and get the experience. i would appreciate it if someone could give me some insight on were to look and search in charlotte or gastonia. a co-worker of mine told me that he knew a cna who made $39k.:typing
reason for edit: cna's have a certificate, not license. cna's must work under an lpn's or rn's license.
In the Charlotte area, inexperienced CNAs make, at the most, $12/hour. And that's at the best facilities. There are positions available in the hospitals, in LTC, and at some clinics. I found my position by searching online.
Only if they were working two
full time jobs. No way they made that at 40 hours a week.
Last edit by supermo on May 5, '06