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Posted by on Mar 29, 2014 in uncatagorized | 0 comments

The process of becoming a CNA

The process of becoming a CNA

      Often times, people seeking to become a CNA (also known as a certified nursing assistant) spend wasted hours researching how they can achieve their goal. Eventually, many of them will find themselves stuck in some overpriced local course taught by a teenager fresh out of high school. Now I am not saying this won’t get you certified, because it might. However, I’m here to simplify the overall process so that you can make a better decision for your future.   First, you must understand almost every country and/or State differ somehow with regards to nursing regulations. For the sake of simplification, I will only be covering becoming a CNA within the United States and as a broad overview to boot. So, if you are trying to obtain your CNA license in a foreign country or you’re planning to transfer your license from a different country to the U.S., this article will do little for you. Also, individuals seeking their license here in the States must first...

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Posted by on Feb 8, 2014 in uncatagorized | 0 comments

A Good Time To Become A CNA

A Good Time To Become A CNA

A Good Time To Become A CNA: A High Demand for Healthcare Workers Regardless of all the politically biased healthcare buzz there is only good news for upcoming healthcare professionals. An extremely large increase in healthcare jobs is in progress. Several emerging factors are stimulating our healthcare system and it’s demand for new recruits. People interested in getting involved in this rewarding sector could not have picked a better time. U.S. Healthcare Demand The U.S. has always had a need for healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, certified nursing assistants (aka: CNA), etc. As we speak, this demand is growing exponentially with two major factors affecting it. The first being our baby boomers reaching old age and the second being the recent unveiling of Obama care. Baby Boomers Getting Older According to the 2011 U.S. census, there were over 41 million senior citizens (65+) with this number expected to continue to climb. So what does this mean? Well, as people get older they require much more intensive medical care....

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