If you already work in a nursing home but have not gone through medical assistant training, you might not think that it's necessary for you to do so. After all, since you already have a career in the medical field, it might not seem like it's necessary. However, even if you already work in a nursing home, going to school to become a medical assistant might be a good idea. A few reasons why you might be happy about making this decision are listed below.
9 July 2019
A masters degree in fashion is both fun and a lot of course work. The fashion industry requires creativity, but it also requires you to have a good grasp of the facts and figure of the industry as well. If you are not a designer, you will still be able to adequately utilize a masters in fashion in order to advance a number of different careers. For those not interested in opening their own fashion house or becoming a designer, here are three unique careers that can also complement a masters in fashion.
10 May 2019
A four year college degree is not for everyone. The investment of both time and money in a traditional college education can make the process difficult, if not impossible, for many students. There are many career paths, however, that do not require a Bachelor's degree. In fact, many community colleges and area trade schools have programs that can prepare you for a career in a field that interests you for less time and money.
6 December 2016
If you want to donate an item and make sure it goes directly to help a school or student, you may have to find ways that are different than the norm. If you wish to make a contribution to trade schools, colleges, and secondary schools, there are some methods of donations that are charitable deductions. Here are some ways to support your local schools and students. Donate an old car to an auto program
17 April 2016
If you're thinking about taking up a trade that pays good money and throws interesting challenges your way, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air condition) just might be the field of endeavor you've been looking for. Here are four things you should know if you're considering this potentially lucrative line of work. 1. Opportunities Abound The future appears bright for anyone training to become an HVAC technician. The Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates an above-average job growth rate of 21 percent for this line of work, with a median pay rate of $43,640 per year.
1 May 2015