Definitely get your BSN. I see a lot of people on here say that getting your ADN is cheaper and you can just get your employer to pay for your BSN. But you need to be realistic, with this economy new grads are having a hard time even getting hired. Employers might have paid for your BSN back then but that is no longer true. I think getting your BSN will make you more competitive plus you can get more experience as a cna which will look better when you are applying for jobs.