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Top 10 Best and Worst States to be a CNA

Top 10 Best and Worst States to be a CNA

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There is a projected need for 393,000 CNAs needed in the United States by 2016. CNAs are one of the most in demand professions in America, but with so many job openings, it begs the question: Where should you work? NursingLink is committed to providing its members with the most most pertinent career research available. Below is the 10 best and worst places to be a CNA based on starting salary and job openings.


Top 10 States With the Fewest New CNA Jobs

State Annual Number of Job Openings
1. Montana
240
2. South Dakota
240
3. Maine
230
3. Maine
230
4. New Mexico
220
5. Delaware
170
6. Hawaii
170
7. North Dakota
160
8. Wyoming
150
9. Vermont
90
10. Alaksa
80



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