The Affordable Healthcare Act allowed many Americans to obtain health insurance at an affordable price. This caused an increase in demand for healthcare services and most states quickly found that there was a shortage in healthcare personnel. Certified nurses assistants were one of the more popular career paths because there’s a low barrier to entry and it includes an average salary that could support a small family.
FindCNAClasses.com set out to help newly minted certified nurses assistants find the highest paying states for CNAs and it looks like Alaska is one of the highest paying states at $35,440, with New York coming in at third at $32,130. Take a look CNAs and find out where your next move may be.
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