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Demand for CNAs Expected to Significantly Increase, According to CNA Queen Bee

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CNAs and other health care professionals remain in high demand in the coming years reports CNA Queen Bee.

Denver, Co, United States of America – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Certified nursing assistants continue to remain in high demand and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this field is expected to grow by 21 percent between 2012 and 2022. Certified nursing assistants work in a wide variety of places, including hospitals and nursing homes, and anyone interested in a career in this field should look into CNA Queen Bee as this site offers information on certified nursing assistant careers and other careers in the health care industry. “Careers in health care tend to be very rewarding, and one may become a CNA in a short period of time with the help of CNA Queen Bee,” Kim Jones, spokesperson for the company, explains.

Thanks to the high demand for certified nursing assistants, obtaining a job in the field is easy, and one has the option of working as a CNA while studying for a career as an LVN, RN or other nursing professional. “Although the good pay and ease of finding a job are two reasons many choose to embark on a career as a CNA, they find they stay in this job as it is a way to give back to the community and to help others in their time of need. Those who choose a career in nursing say it is very fulfilling in many ways and they wouldn’t choose to work elsewhere,” Jones continues.

Many enjoy their career as a CNA and decide to pursue further education to advance their job opportunities, and CNA Queen Bee can be of assistance here also. When one visits the site, they can explore the advantages of taking LPN courses rather than pursing a career as an RN. In addition, the site covers topics such as jumpstarting a medical assistant career or things to consider before starting an LPN program. According to Jones, the site works to provide the information potential nursing students most want and need.

For those choosing to pursue an advanced degree in nursing, CNA Queen Bee offers information on nursing programs, the training required for different nursing professions, and the salary one can expect to make in nursing. “Save time when investigating a nursing career. Start your research at CNA Queen Bee as the site provides consumers with information on educational resources, anticipated salary, training, and more to make the process easy,” Jones declares.

About CNA Queen Bee:
CNA Queen Bee provides consumers with educational resources designed to help each person make informed, sound decisions. From training to online college schools, CNA Queen Bee provides all of the information needed on certified nursing assistant employment and other nursing professions. The site strives to be the only place one needs to go when looking into careers in the nursing field.

For more information about us, please visit http://certifiednursingassistanttrainingprograms1.com

Contact Info:
Name: Kim Jones
Email: support@certifiednursingassistanttrainingprograms1.com
Phone: 3057911733
Organization: CNA Queen Bee

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