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In this section, you’ll find in-depth articles on different, important aspects of the training and career of a Certified Nursing Assistant. We’ll be updating this section with new articles regularly, so you may want to bookmark this page for quick and easy access later.

  1. Can CNAs Obtain Travel Job Positions?
    Can CNAs Obtain Travel Job Positions?

    If you are a prospective or current CNA who enjoys traveling, obtaining a CNA travel job position will allow you to work outside of your hometown.

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  2. Best Ways to Increase Your Wages as a CNA
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  3. A Brief History of CNA Careers
    A Brief History of CNA Careers

    Although CNA careers began with a small group of women volunteers helping overworked nurses during World War I, they are among the most popular careers today.

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  4. Adult Daycare Jobs for CNAs
    Adult Daycare Jobs for CNAs

    With salaries around $27,000 per year and a demand that is steadily increasing, choosing to work as an adult daycare CNA is a great career option today.

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  5. 5 Common Situations That Can Cause CNA Burnout
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  6. 5 Steps to Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant
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  7. How Much Can I Earn as a CNA?
    How Much Can I Earn as a CNA?

    While the average salary for CNAs in 2015 was $25,710, there are many factors that can affect this figure including your experience, location, and employer.

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  8. What is a Certified Nursing Assistant?
    What is a Certified Nursing Assistant?

    CNAs are valuable members of the healthcare team in a variety of facilities all across the country providing much-needed personal care to patients of all ages.

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  9. Top 8 Specialized Roles for CNAs
    Top 8 Specialized Roles for CNAs

    Certified Nursing Assistants, or CNAs, can pursue additional training and education to assume more specialized roles. Learn about popular specialized roles for CNAs in this article.

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  10. Is There a Difference Between CNAs and HHAs?
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