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The first question you should ask about any potential career is how much money you'll make. This article answers the questions you’ll have about the earnings of State Tested Nurse Aides (STNA) in Ohio. In most states, STNAs are called Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA). For a more detailed guide on CNA's wages, view our guide on “How much do CNAs make”.
A certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) is a registered nurse who has also had extensive training in administering and monitoring the effects of anesthesia. CRNAs can administer anesthesia for various surgeries and procedures to prevent a patient from feeling pain or discomfort.
This year, National Career Nurse Assistants Day is June 16, 2022. This day marks the first day of National Nursing Assistants' Week, which celebrates the fantastic work and contributions CNAs make every day.
Unless you’re a number cruncher, payroll taxes can be tough to understand. In fact, we’ve found that many of our healthcare professionals have the same questions about the topic, so we hope this article will clear up the confusion. Here are the top three things you must know about payroll taxes.
Nursing assistants play an essential role in the medical field. They provide primary patient care, help with daily activities, and emotional support.