Nursing Assistant (CNA) salary in the United States.

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Nursing Assistant Salary by States in the U.S.

Average Nursing Assistant salaries vary significantly from state-to-state. In the United States overall, the average registered nurse salary is $33,404 and the median (50th percentile) is $33,018. Alaska, with CNA salaries averaging $43,080, is the highest-paying state for Nursing Assistant (CNA).

At $27,830, Guam is $15,250 lower than the Alaska average. While salary is one factor in determining your cost of living, additional cost factors such as housing, transportation, food, entertainment will impact how far those salary dollars will go.

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