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Based on 9,046 responses, the job of Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 out of 5. On average, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)?

November 2014
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
To be the best as you can as a certified nurse assistance, and move forward to another professional, before you turn 25years old, and talk to the LVN'S, at work they give you a lot of advice and encouragement, if you're a good listener, and love what you do, good luck!
November 2014
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Pros: Taking care of people at the end of the life.
Cons: Mileage reimbursement decreased. Salary not all that great.
November 2014
"Hard back breaking work with sick or handicappped Elderly."
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Pros: I go home feeling I helped someone today. I learn something NEW every day since the job is never the same.
Cons: The pay is the pits since I have to pay all my own taxes off the top of the $12.25 per hour. In addition this company does NOT give any references since your a Sub-contractor and they offer no benefits or reward system.
December 2014
"Be patient."
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Keep getting more learned in the field.
December 2014
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Go to college for a better paying job in the future.
January 2015
"Overworked and Underpaid."
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Pros: Very gratifying, but very stressful and overwhelming at times.
Cons: High Workload, mediocre pay. Hours(can have very long shifts) No incentives for employees (e.g. Sign on bonus, call in/shift pick up bonus, shift differential, holiday pay) Have to work every other holiday with no holiday pay. Very little management. Lack of communication. Stress level. Environmental conditions.
January 2015
"Doing what you love."
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
The advice I give all the new cna's at my facility is you have to do it because you love it, if you are here for the money get out now.