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What kind of education or entry-levels does your job require?

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Yakun’s Answer

Bureau of Labor Statistics at US Deportment of Labor publishes Occupational Outlook Handbook (https://www.bls.gov/ooh/).

The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations."

I think OOH is one of the best sources to help you device which field to get into.

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Hwal’s Answer

Vasharra,

I'm a PA student, so can share my perspective. PA certification today mostly requires completion of a master's degree, and this is considered entry level in the world of PA education. You can find heaps of helpful information on how PAs are educated and trained to become integral members of today's healthcare teams:

https://www.aapa.org/career-central/become-a-pa/

Let me know if you have any specific questions. Good luck!

Hwal

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Richard’s Answer

In the US, to apply to medical school, you need a bachelor's degree. Any 4-year university should suffice.
Any major is acceptable as long as you complete the prerequisite courses. I chose to major in biochemistry because there was overlap with the premed requirements and I wanted to complete my degree in 3 years.
Medical school takes 4 years to complete.
After medical school physicians complete a residency for additional training. These can last 3-6 years and are sometimes followed by an additional year or two of fellowship subspecialty training.
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Manish’s Answer

Hi Vasharra,

I work as Network Support Engineer and it typically requires college degree in computer science. There are two ways to land a job at entry level, one is through college hire and another via external hiring. In both cases it's highly sought after if you have job relevant certifications in addition to degree.

Here is great resource for reference and step by step guide: https://www.cbtnuggets.com/blog/2016/08/how-to-get-started-with-your-networking-career/

https://blogs.cisco.com/perspectives/so-you-want-to-be-a-network-engineer-heres-where-you-should-start

Example where people were able to successfully switch career from another stream to IT: https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/42083

Good Luck.


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