Nurses help patients by assisting doctors in treating patients. They check vitals, give injections, and manage medical records. Nurses must have a certification, degree, or license to practice. They may work in clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities.
How Much Does a Nurse, CNA Make? ▼
Most Nurse, CNAs have an hourly pay of $16 in the United States.
The top 10 percent of make over $20 per hour.
The best-paid 25 percent make over $18/hour.
The lowest-paid 25 percent make under $14 an hour.
The bottom 10 percent make less than $12 hourly.