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Per diem CNA jobs in Salt Lake City, Utah
Nursa works with medical facilities to help fill their Per Diem shifts. Apply now and we'll connect you with available shifts in your area so you can pick up an extra shift and earn some extra money. Per Diem shifts offer great pay and flexibility and are a great way to supplement your current job.
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This is such a great way for me to make some additional money and coordinate a traveling job that one has to be a few shifts that work with my schedule. The staff have all been amazing and super helpful too. Just got my first check abd I kept telling my husband I can't believe how easy of a process that was!!!
Find Out Why Nursing Assistants Like Working in SLC
Working per diem, PRN, can enhance both your career and your life in Salt Lake City. Reap the rewards by teaming up with Nursa™. Our per diem application allows you to browse hundreds of CNA jobs near you, create your unique professional portfolio, and apply for and land those PRN jobs.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) projects an 8% growth in the job industry for nursing assistants over the course of the next ten years. For the year 2019, the BLS reported that CNAs in Salt Lake City earned a mean hourly wage of $14.60.
Per diem shifts are often higher-paid than the typical hourly wage of a regularly employed clinician. Our PRN jobs in Salt Lake City for CNAs are as numerous as they are diverse. When you start working PRN, you start taking control over your career and your life.
You choose when you want to work, and you choose where you want to work. Take opportunities in different settings or different facilities. Find a good fit and stick with it, or find that a frequent environment change is your good fit. Working PRN offers you the chance to learn new skills, to network. Best of all, it allows you to organize your work schedule around your life, instead of the other way around.
Salt Lake City: A Sweet Place to Live
Surrounded by the wonders of nature, the Great Salt Lake, the Oquirrh Mountains, and the Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City has a healthy appetite for outdoor recreation sports. The city hosted the Winter Olympics of 2002 and since that spotlight, tourism has become a strong industry for the city.
Professional sports teams, quality shopping malls, fine dining, and delicious diner eats, all blend together in this city to give it a cultural and friendly reputation. The crime rate is low in the city compared to the national average, and that combined with welcoming neighborhoods, quality schools all combine to make life in Salt Lake City pretty sweet.