At myCNAjobs, we’re often asked by caregiver recruits about caregiver and CNA pay in light of so many new caregivers entering the job market.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 28, 2012
According to AARP, 8,000 baby boomers turn age 65 each day. In turn, the career outlook for caregivers and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) can be summed up in two words – in demand.
With such a large aging population, the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics estimates a 20% increase in caregiver and CNA jobs between 2010 and 2020, which is faster than average.
“At myCNAjobs, we’re often asked by caregiver recruits about caregiver and CNA pay in light of so many new caregivers entering the job market,” indicates the Founder of myCNAjobs.com, a career center for caregivers and certified nursing assistants to connect with jobs with senior employers.
Based on multiple sources of secondary research, myCNAjobs launched “The Most Comprehensive Caregiver and CNA Pay Guide on the Web” earlier this month.
Caregiver pay is highly dependent upon geography, with CNA pay ranging from $8.55 to $16.62 per hour and caregiver pay ranging from $7.89 to $14.20 per hour. Caregivers working for agencies are more likely to gain additional perks like medical and dental insurance.
Like most professions, the amount of caregiver training and education is directly correlated to salary. Caregivers that are not certified with minimal education tend to earn less than caregivers that undergo some level of caregiver certification or pursue CNA schooling.
To learn more, view the “The Most Comprehensive Caregiver and CNA Pay Guide on the Web” or join the myCNAjobs network to take advantage of low-cost caregiver training.
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