CNA Salary By State

April 28, 2012

Alabama – $21,000 – $10.11 per hour
Alaska – $34,000 – $15.00 per hour
Arizona – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Arkansas – $21,000 – $10.00 per hour
California – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Colorado – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Connecticut – $30,000 – $15.00 per hour
Delaware – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Florida – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Georgia – $21,000 – $10.00 per hour
Hawaii – $30,000 – $14.50 per hour
Idaho – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Illinois – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Indiana – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Iowa – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Kansas -$23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Kentucky – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Louisiana – $20,000 – $10.00 per hour
Maine – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Maryland -$27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Massachusetts – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
Michigan – $26,000 – $12.00 per hour
Minnesota -$26,000 – $12.00 per hour
Mississippi -$19,000 – $9.00 per hour
Missouri – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Montana – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Nebraska – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Nevada – $32,000 – $15.00 per hour
New Hampshire – $28,000 – $14.00 per hour
New Jersey – $27,000 – $13.00 per hour
New Mexico – $22,000 – $12.00 per hour
New York – $32,000 – $15.00 per hour
North Carolina – $22,000 – $11.00 per hour
North Dakota – $24,000 – $13.00 per hour
Ohio – $23,000 – $11.00 per hour
Oklahoma – $25,000 – $13.00 per hour
Oregon – $26,000 – $13.00 per hour
Pennsylvania – $26,000 – $13.00 per hour
Rhode Island – $26,000 – $13.00 per hour
South Carolina – $21,000 – $10.00 per hour
South Dakota – $21,000 – $10.00 per hour
Tennessee – $22,000 – $11.00 per hour
Texas -$22,000 – $11.00 per hour
Utah – $22,000 – $11.00 per hour
Vermont – $23,000 – $12.00 per hour
Virginia – $23,000 – $12.00 per hour
Washington – $27,000 – $13.50 per hour
West Virginia – $21,000 annual – $10.00 per hour
Wisconsin $25,000 annual – $12.00 per hour
Wyoming – $27,000 annual – $13.00 per hour

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