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CNAs provide important health care that patients need on a day-to-day basis, from measuring vitals to dispensing medication.
Nursing is a rewarding career with flexible hours and a high salary. CNAs are in high demand with an aging population, and jobs are expected to grow 21 percent.
The first step is to enroll in a college CNA program, which typically lasts 4-12 weeks. Once completed, you must pass the state certification exam to earn your CNA title.
Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)
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