2 edition of Nurse aide employment tenure in proprietary nursing homes found in the catalog.
Nurse aide employment tenure in proprietary nursing homes
Robert Wayne Wallace
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert Wayne Wallace|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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An OLS regression model was estimated on the number of months a certified nursing assistant had their current job using a variable derived from the NNAS. This model was estimated for the total sample (n=2,), and for the subgroup of respondents with at least 1 year of job tenure at their nursing home.
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The largest number of new job openings -- about-- will be for home health aides, the report found. Becoming a home health aide requires less. Nurses working in proprietary nursing homes earn an average of $ per hour (SD = ), whereas nurses in nonprofit homes reported a mean hourly wage of $ (SD = ).
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Nurses working in proprietary and nonprofit nursing homes allocate their time in similar ways across various job responsibilities. Nurses who work in nursing homes obtain health histories and perform physical and psychosocial assessments on very few patients, regardless of home ownership.
Compared with nurses who work in nonprofit nursing homes. • From tonursing assistants will contribute more to nursing home employment growth than any other occupation.
Of total employment growth across the industry, new nursing assistant jobs will comprise 39 percent. • In47, open nursing assistant positions at nursing homes. If you wish to have better career options than being stuck in dead-end jobs, then be a member of America’s fastest-growing industry — health care.
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