As per state and federal projections, highest number of job growth in coming years will be in the ID health care field. As the state is already reeling under the nursing staff shortage, the employment and earning opportunities for these health care personnel will be brightest.
The CNAs hold the most important part of any health care team of a hospital, nursing homes, long term care facilities and home settings. Therefore by earning the CNA Certification, you can also join any health care facility and start earning attractive CNA Salary Idaho.
By becoming a certified nurse assistant in the state of ID, you can easily earn a salary of $21,800 to $34,000 & more and hourly wages of $12 to $17 & more. The salary variation depends on numerous factors, such as your practical working experience, location of the facility, position, size & type of the facility, standard of living, nursing field education and certification, metropolitan cities or rural areas, and so on.
Your salary is also influenced by your working hours, as you can work evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays, part time and full time. You will be paid as per your selection of the working shifts. You can also work as a Travel CNA and get a chance to visit numerous distant places, earn attractive salary along with the benefits.
Different cities of Idaho also pay differently to working nurse aides. The following chart will show the city wise salary difference:
Boise, Idaho – $19,000 per annum
Pocatello, Idaho - $20,000 yearly
Idaho Falls, Idaho - $20,000 per annum
Meridian, Idaho CNA – $23,000 p.a.
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho $23,000 yearly
Lewiston, Idaho $24,000 per annum.