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2004-2005 Nursing Assistant Standard Error Tables

 

Demographics and career decisions

Description: Table I provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of all nursing home nursing assistants and nursing assistants currently working in nursing homes. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table II provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of all nursing home nursing assistants by number of months or years they worked as a nursing assistant. [PDF -152 KB]

Description: Table III provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by all the reasons they became one. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, and race). [PDF -152 KB]

Description: Table IV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by the main reason they became one.  [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table V provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by all the reasons for staying in their current job. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, and race). [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table VI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by the main reason they stay in their current job. [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table VII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who would definitely, probably, or would not become one again. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table VIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who would definitely, probably, or would not become one again. Nursing assistants are tabulated by how long they have worked as one. [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table IX provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who would definitely, probably, or would not recommend a family member or friend become one. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income. [PDF -152 KB]

Description: Table X provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who would definitely, probably, or would not recommend a family member or friend become one. Nursing assistants are tabulated by how long they have worked as one. [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table XI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who may leave their job within the year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table XII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who may leave their job within the year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by major reasons for leaving. [PDF - 152 KB]

Description: Table XIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether they are considering a job change and their likelihood of leaving. Nursing assistants are tabulated by perceived staff turnover at the facility. [PDF - 152 KB]

 

Work experience and training

Description: Table XIV provides the standard errors of the mean and median length of service for nursing assistants working in nursing homes. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 86 KB]

Description: Table XV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by their number of jobs now held. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income).  [PDF - 86 KB]

Description: Table XVI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by their preference for hours worked. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 86 KB]

Description: Table XVII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by their preference for hours worked. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 86 KB]

Description: Table XVIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by their assessment of adequacy of initial training. Nursing assistants are tabulated by selected characteristics (type of training, training location, and likelihood of becoming a nursing assistant again). [PDF - 86 KB]

Description: Table XIX provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants with 2 or more years work experience who took continuing education classes. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF- 86 KB]

Description: Table XX provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants with 2 or more years work experience who took continuing education classes. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 86 KB]

 

Pay and benefits

Description: Table XXI provides the standard errors of the mean and median hourly rate of pay for nursing assistants working in nursing homes by how long they worked as a nursing assistant. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 105 KB]

Description: Table XXII provides the standard errors of the mean and median hourly rate of pay for nursing assistants working in nursing homes by how long they worked as a nursing assistant. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 105 KB]

Description: Table XXIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether they received a pay raise in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 105 KB]

Description: Table XXIV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether they received a pay raise in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 105 KB]

Description: Table XXV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of all nursing home nursing assistants by average hours they worked in a week. [PDF -105 KB]

Description: Table XXVI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by the types of benefits offered at their place of employment.  [PDF -105 KB]

Description: Table XXVII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether their employer offers health insurance. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF -105 KB]

Description: Table XXVIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes where their employer offers health insurance by whether they enrolled. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 105 KB]

Description: Table XXIX provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by their employer's health insurance coverage status. Nursing assistants are tabulated by other sources of health insurance coverage. [PDF - 105 KB]

 

Work environment

Description: Table XXX provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by adequacy of time they have to assist residents with activities of daily living. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by adequacy of time they have for nonresident care duties. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by nursing assistant assignment practices in caring for residents. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by employers' overtime policies and overtime requirements in the past month. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXIV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants' degree of satisfaction with various aspects of their nursing home jobs. [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXV provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by how much they agree with statements about work place conditions. [PDF -118 KB]

Description: Table XXXVI provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by how much respect they receive. Nursing assistants are tabulated by respect received from residents, residents' families, and supervisors. [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXVII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by how long they have worked as a nursing assistant. Nursing assistants are tabulated by how much their work is valued by their supervisors, their employers, and society. [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXVIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by agreement categories about their supervisor. Nursing assistants are tabulated by some statements about their supervisors' management skills. [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XXXIX provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes. Nursing assistants are tabulated by whether any problem causes them difficulty at the facility or to dislike their job and by type of problem. [PDF - 118 KB]

Description: Table XL provides the standard errors of the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by assessment of nursing assistant turnover. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 118 KB]

 

Home environment

Description: Table XLI provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who have children requiring child care. Nursing assistants are tabulated by age, marital status, and whether they missed work in the past month for child care. [PDF - 109 KB]

Description: Table XLII provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants who provide care to a family member or friend. Nursing assistants are tabulated by age, marital status, and whether they missed work in the past month for adult care. [PDF - 109 KB]

Description: Table XLIII provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who ever received public assistance by type of public assistance they received. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF- 109 KB]

Description: Table XLIV provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who now receive public assistance by type of public assistance they receive. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 109 KB]

 

Injuries and vaccinations

Description: Table XLV provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who had a work injury in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by the type of injury they received. [PDF -80 KB]

Description: Table XLVI provides the standard errors of the number and percentage of nursing assistants working in nursing homes who had a work injury in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 80 KB]

Description: Table XLVII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by the number of times they were injured at work in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 80 KB]

Description: Table XLVIII provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants who were injured at work in the past year by days lost from work. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 80 KB]

Description: Table XLIX provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether they received an influenza vaccination in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by facility characteristics (beds, geographic region, location, affiliation, and type of ownership). [PDF - 80 KB]

Description: Table L provides the standard errors of the number and percent distribution of nursing assistants working in nursing homes by whether they received an influenza vaccination in the past year. Nursing assistants are tabulated by demographics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, education, marital status, and family income). [PDF - 80 KB]

 

 

 

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