CNA Jobs

CNA jobs are recession-proof. The professionals with CNA jobs work under the direction of physicians and other nurses (Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses). Common responsibilities for nurse aide jobs are supporting patients with routine activities, making bed, transferring and lifting patients, etc. These medical professionals may work under different job titles, like orderlies, certified homemaker, care assistant, nurse aides, attendants, certified home maker, caregiver, patient care associate and home health aides.

The nursing aides have to perform jobs in very strenuous conditions. During emergency conditions, they need to work for long hours and that too, without any break. Sometimes, they ought to render services during night shifts, weekends and holidays. The job involves many unpleasant duties, such as cleaning rooms and equipments, collecting specimens for test, emptying urine collection bags, etc.

Job prospects for certified nursing assistants, particularly in long-term care facilities, are excellent. As this profession is emotionally and physically demanding, several nursing aides opt to leave the job to switch over to another job or get more training. This creates opportunities for jobseekers, who wish for becoming nursing assistants.

To know more about CNA job prospects in different states, go through the articles.