Local CNA finds profession rewarding

 

Doug Radunich

Deseret Health and Rehab CNA Jessica Sharp goes through charts and other paperwork during one of her shifts. Sharp said she enjoys her job and the bonds formed with residents.

With the search for more CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistant) may still be a lingering problem, Jessica Sharp, a CNA at Deseret Health and Rehab, encourages people to go into the field.

Sharp, who has lived in Saratoga since 2006, has worked as a CNA for nearly three years. She got into the profession when her children became older, and she began looking for a rewarding type of work.

"I was a homemaker for a long time, but when the kids got old enough I decided to go back into the workforce," Sharp said. "I waited tables a little bit and just did 'odds and ends' jobs here and there, but I alw...



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