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Based on 245 responses, the job of Nurse's Aide (Certified) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.81 out of 5. On average, Nurse's Aide (Certified)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Nurse's Aide (Certified)?

February 2017
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Farmington:
Pros: The residents and colleges are great to work with.
Cons: Never staff properly and it drives me crazy.
March 2017
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Madrid:
Pros: Close to home and I love the staff.
Cons: Some of the staff I work with ect.
May 2017
"Finding Work."
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Bowling Green:
Pros: The town is large enough to hold many different employment opportunities and small enough to get to work in a decent time.
Cons: The town is quickly becoming college based and as such does not allow alot of room for growth or advancement for anyone who is not in college currently.
July 2017
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Corpus Christi:
Always have the compassion and love for the elderly.
September 2017
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Buffalo:
Pros: Personal. Fast paced. Day goes by quickly.
Cons: 24 hour facility. Understaffed. Incontinence care.
September 2017
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Tulsa:
Pros: Commute expenses are low.
February 2015
"That it was so physical."
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