If you are aiming to enter health care field in Georgia, by becoming a Certified Nurse Aide, you must remember that your choice for working in this field is your right selection.
There are various reasons, why CNA Jobs Georgia attracts fresh job seekers and they include:
- 9 percent of Georgia’s overall population consists of ageing population, which also requires the constant services of CNAs for better nursing, hence greater job opportunities for nurse aides.
- Similar to other states of America, GA is also facing acute shortage of certified nurse aides in various health care facilities all over this state.
- There is acute shortage of teaching faculty in various CNA institutes.
- Hospitals are facing drastic shortage of certified nurse assistants in critical care departments.
As a CNA in Georgia, your nursing care job can easily earn you a salary of nearly $37,000 per year, though your earning capacity varies as per location and cities, working experience, nursing knowledge and CNA Certification, type and size of the facility and position you are employed.
The CNA jobs in cities such as Alexandria and Atlanta pays you better, around $36,000-$37,000 per annum, as compared to Baden, Athens, or Axson, where your earning can be $30,000-$34,000 per annum.
Further, you must also note that, in different health care facilities, you are required to work under the direct supervision of a RN/LPN or a Physician.
Your job requires reporting everyday condition of the patient to RN, provide basic and personal nursing care to patients, offer adult care, restorative care, and mental health care, promote and respect patient’s rights and independence and other job responsibilities.
But, whatever be your job duties, you must bear compassionate nature, humble behavior and patience nature to execute your responsibilities.