CNA to LPN: Planning Your Next Step in the Nursing Field

For most, working as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) can be a mixed bag of good and not-so-great. Caring for people who need help can be a messy business, but when you get to know some of those people—the work becomes more fulfilling.

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