How Much Does a CNA Make in Hawaii?

According to data analyzed from salary “dot” com, the “average” median salary or pay of a CNA in Hawaii in 2013 was $31,628 per year (or $15.81 per hour). The figures are for Honolulu Hawaii. The 10th and 90th percentiles in the state were $13.15 and $18.81 per hour respectively. These figures, although they answer the question, “How much does a CNA make in Hawaii?” should be interpreted with caution because they are derived from surveys of a limited region of the state and do not indicate the spread in experience level or role of the CNA personnel in question. Also, the figures are a snapshot and change with time. [Another thing to be wary of is that the conversion between hourly salaries and annual salaries is only approximate and simply assumes 2000 working hours in one year.] The Hawaii salaries can be compared with the national averages of $28,874 per year and $14.44 per hour respectively.

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