If we believe in Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 9 percent of Georgia’s overall population consists of ageing population, which also requires the constant services of CNAs for better nursing.
Therefore, the demands of certified nurse aides are great in this state and they are also offered better CNA Salary Georgia by various long term care facilities and nursing homes. Even hospitals tend to pay them higher salary because they are also facing drastic shortage of these nursing professionals in critical care departments.
The number of CNA teaching faculty is also very low and different institutes are already facing shortage of these faculties. Thus, teaching field also offer better earning opportunities to a certified nurse aide.
The average salary of a CNA in Georgia is around $37,000 per year. The earnings in metropolitan cities are higher as compared to rural and urban locations, due to higher standard of living in these areas.
Different Cities also pays variable salaries, for example, CNAs in Alexandria and Atlanta earns around $36,000-$37,000 per year, whereas a CNA in Baden, Athens, or Axson have earning of $30,000-$34,000 per annum.
CNA Salary Georgia is also affected by various other factors, such as higher practical working experience, education and possession of CNA Certification, type and size of the facility and position a CNA is employed.
Different facility CNA Salary can be summed up as follows:
- Correctional CNA $26,000
- Nursing Assistant CNA $42,000
- Hospital Nursing Assistant CNA $34,000
- Certified Nurse Aide CNA $29,000
- Long Term Care CNA $37,000
- CNA Float $32,000
- CNA Rosewood $32,000
- CNA HHA $24,000
- Resident Care Associate $22,000
- CNA Home Health Aide $22,000