Career Questions tagged Assistant
I am 20 years old and want to make a career in Baking or Pastry Arts. I enjoy baking for my friends and family and seeing the enjoyment when everyone tries my desserts. I'll like to start as a baker's assistant or something similar to that, so I'm able to get more experience before I branch off...
I am trying to learn the differences between those two trades to understand better and see how each one does and see it as possible that is a good career and put myself there or not
does anyone have any experience going from CMA to RN? that is the path I am interested in taking but I want to know that it is possible (oppose to doing the CNA to RN route) Any tips or advice on this process? anything helps
FOR CMA: what is the most difficult thing or situation about your day-to-day as a clinical medical assistant.
I am interested in becoming a clinical medical assistant with an associates in radiation therapy and I would like to know what is a difficult encounter in this field that you may experience day-to-day?
What's all need/ expected to have an doing this job?
I am currently in training to become an Medical Administrative Assistant and would like to know a few things before I continue with my training. #healthcare #medicine #administrative #assistant #career-pathway
My trade is medical office assistant support. I'd like to know what I need to do to be prepared and would like to know how to do the challenging tasks and how to work through it. #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-healthcare #office #assistant #administrative-assistant #office-assistant
I'm feeling lost in my Public Relations studies, considering applying for an "executive assistant" position.
I have an internship at a student-run agency at my university but I feel like I'm still not getting "real world" experience. Two of my foundational classes for my major were with terrible professors that no longer work for the department and I don't want to prolong my graduation any longer/pay...
I'm interested in becoming a physician's assistant, but I'm not sure if it's the right choice for me #physician #assistant
I want to be a P.A #physician #assistant
I am asking because I would like to become a P.A #physician #assistant
I would really like to go into the medical field. I would love to be a physician. However, I was wondering if perhaps being a physician's assistant was a better option. It would be less schooling, which would cost less money. #medicine #school #physician #assistant
I will be taking a nursing assistant program that prepares me to take my CNA certification test. After i graduate, how can i gain access to taking the certification test?
I dont know where to take the CNA certification test after i complete my Basic Nursing Assistant course #nursing #medicine #assistant #certified #allied-health
How do you balance both college and the 500 hours of shadowing or health care experience needed to get into a successful Physician Assistant program?
After getting my bachelors, I would like to apply to a PA school. PA schools require several hours of on-patient care. So all the while of trying to maintain a 3.5 or higher, I have to become an E.R. scribe or a CNA. #medicine #healthcare #physicians #assistant
What are some unique skills and experience that are rare and critical in the medical industry? p.s preferably anesthesiologist
The reason for this question is because i want to have get an understanding of how the work environment might be, and also learn which skills would come in handy throughout medical school. #student #physician #anesthesiologist #assistant
Hi, I am a senior in high school. I am interested in being a doctor particularly a family doctor because I want to work with all ages and both sexes. I was taking family medicine or emergency medicine. However, I always thought of doctors don't have direct- contact with patients like a nurse...
I'm 17 and going to be a senior this year, I'm really worried because I have not decided what career I want to pursue. I would love to be around pregnant people and work in a hospital. But I don't want to spend my whole life in the hospital working because I want a family and want to be there,...
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