What Do I Have to Do to Become a CNA?

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Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are in demand and belong to one of the fastest-growing fields in the job market. The United States Bureau of Labor and projected that CNA jobs would grow by around nine percent between 2018 and 2028.

Working as a CNA doesn’t require a college degree. It does, however, require some formal post-secondary training. We’ve gathered the essential steps that you need to get you started on your path to working as a CNA.