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How much money does a CNA make per hour?

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) jobs typically pay an average hourly wage of around $38.00, the national average. Experience has little to do with salary, with the most experienced CNAs only earning marginally more than people new to the position. 

CNAs or Certified Nursing Assistants care for patients in hospitals and other health care facilities, under the supervision of registered nurses.

In an ordinary day, a certified nursing assistant’s tasks may include:
- Taking patients’ vital signs, including temperature and blood pressure
- Feeding, bathing, and dressing patients who cannot perform these tasks independently
- Monitoring patients’ conditions and answering any requests for assistance.

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A CNA can earn between $30,000 and $163,500 annually. The median salary of $70,000 depends on company size, location and industry.

$69,000 national avg.

Location can have more impact on salary, with certified nursing assistants earning more than the national average:

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