2020 WAGE REPORT
Positions: Caregiver Companion, CNA, Home Health Aide
Data was collected across millions of care workers over the past 12 months. Participants were asked the holy-grail question, “what are you willing to work for?”. The analysis is segmented by both certification type and location.
The average hourly wage a caregiver is willing to work for nationally increased from $11.72 to $12.68 while the wage a CNA is willing to work increased $1.00, from $12.34 to $13.34. Some states experienced a more significant swing than others..
To run a localized pay analysis, visit the regional pay portal.
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