myCNAjobs Expands Caregiver Resource Center to Add CNA Duties Guide for Up-and-Coming Professionals Exploring Nursing Careers

myCNAjobs has launched a resource page to provide information on basic CNA duties and responsibilities for those looking to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA).

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The CNA Duties Guide helps caregivers understand questions like, "What does a CNA do?" and "Where do CNAs work?"

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

myCNAjobs announces the launch of another free resource guide to help up-and-coming CNAs learn the basic duties of a CNA job. The guide, CNA Duties: A Resource Guide for New Professionals, is targeted towards the thousands of potential new nursing recruits considering a job as a Certified Nursing Assistant.

“With nearly 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, CNA recruitment is becoming more critical and a growing pain point for employers across the nation,” says Chelsea Cramer, Recruitment Squad Director. “We support new professionals exploring a career in the space by providing free and low-cost resources.”

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for CNAs is expected to increase 20% by 2020 - faster than average for all other occupations.

The CNA duties guide is divided into 4 easy-to-understand sections, including:
1. What being a CNA prepares caregivers to do
2. Where CNAs typically work
3. Basic CNA Duties
4. What to expect in terms of CNA Pay

“The CNA Duties Guide helps caregivers understand questions like, ‘What does a CNA do?’ and “where do CNAs work”, adds Cramer.

The newly launched guide is added to the ever-growing Caregiver & CNA Resource Center, a hub for free information on entering the workforce and growing a career in the caregiver space.

To learn more, download the CNA Duties Guide.

About myCNAjobs:

myCNAjobs, a caregiver and CNA recruitment vehicle, is a comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively.


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