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Jetara408 views

How to start my journey of excelling in Administrative Positions?

office work paper work administration

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How to become a Physical Therapist Assistant?

Tell us everything we need to know to become a Physical Therapist Assistant. Note: Given the growing interest in the physical therapy field, we're inviting our experienced professionals to share their knowledge.

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Jaylee369 views

what are some questions i can ask a nurse that i will need in the future to give me some ideas on what i need to work on ?

What are some tips and good characteristics that i will need when becoming a nurse.

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How to become a virtual assistant?

Share your journey & guide aspiring virtual assistants on their path. Note: Given the growing interest in this field, we're inviting our experienced professionals to share their knowledge.

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Amarionna388 views

What certifications do employer in the Office Administration field prefer?

What certifications do employer in the Office Administration field prefer?

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Saul'Dia453 views

What would a typical day look like as a baker's 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 and start my own business.

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Noel524 views

what is the differences between a veterinary assistant and a laboratory animal caretaker?

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

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Elisa576 views

Clinical Medical Assistant to Registered Nurse

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

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Elisa508 views

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?

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Megan983 views

Routes to remote admin assistant position?

Trying to build out my resume with volunteer remote work and training on things like excel but not sure how to get my foot in. #job-application #job #assistant

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Cleshawna812 views

What's it like to be a personal assistant? What's all need/ expected to have an doing this job?

What's all need/ expected to have an doing this job? #assistant #personalassistant

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erika622 views

What made you wan to pursue your current career?

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

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David585 views

What are the challenges that lie ahead.

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

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Ashley654 views

What is day to day work like?

Clinical Medical Assistant #medicine #healthcare #hospital-and-healthcare #assistant #physician-assistant

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Sarah925 views

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 more to retake those courses. Overall, I feel like a spinning compass with no direction. And I'm supposed to graduate in May. I looked at positions and found myself looking at "executive assistant" jobs. Most of those tasks seem relevant to what I've been doing in my agency while assisting team leads. Taking meeting notes, scheduling meetings, phone calls, general logistics etc. Is this an acceptable career jump? Would it help me find some direction? It appeals to me because I'd be working closely with someone in a higher position and I might be able to gain insight into their world. I'm very much a learn by doing/observing person. All of my "dream job"(publicity) postings require skills that I don't have. Or they're in locations that are not possible for me. #career-counseling #college-major #job #career #college #publicrelations #pr #executiveassistant #assistant #graduation #job-search

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Rahul754 views

How do i make career in the Teaching Field in Colleges and Universities?

#Assistant #Professor #Jobs #Lectureship #JRF Jobs #ugc net #education

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RAVI677 views

Railway Assistant Loco Pilot Recruitment 2018

How many posts have been announced for #assistant loco pilot? #railway #railroad #jobs

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Janette 1007 views

What are some good studying tips and strategies ?

#veterinary #tech #assistant

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Bre'Shana738 views

As time goes on, does being a physician's assistant become harder and kind of boring to do?

I'm interested in becoming a physician's assistant, but I'm not sure if it's the right choice for me #physician #assistant

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Michael 913 views

Will the Physican Assistant Program become a Doctorate degree program in the future?

I want to be a P.A #physician #assistant

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Michael 873 views

Is getting into a Physician Assistant Program competitive? How Competitive?

I am asking because I would like to become a P.A #physician #assistant

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Ashley1420 views

Would it be smart to be a physician's assistant rather than a physician?

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

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Kirsten761 views

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

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Sara754 views

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

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Joel1178 views

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

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Kyrasia3206 views

Nursing Track Vs. Pre-med and physician assistant ? What's the different role?

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 does. I know that being a doctor takes a long time. I really want the title as a doctor. Like is it worth it ? Because I know I'll probably be in debt after I finish med- school and residency.Then I started being in interested in to become a nurse practitioner or a physician assistant. I like nursing because it is more direct patient contact and then I was interested in being a physician assistant because it is sort of similar to a doctor but they work under supervision of a doctor. Do physician assistants work independently ? Do nursing have similar classes like pre-med or P.A track? I want to know because I'm just confuse and need to know which career would fit me best. I just know that I want to help and cure people. #doctor #medicine #healthcare #pre-med #physician #nurse-practitioner #assistant

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Cheyenne41140883 views

difference between an Obstetrician, Midwife and Physician assistant

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, but also do what I love. I know it takes alot to do all threee careers. but I also know being a PA you don't have to work long hours and be on call when your at home. What is better for if you have a family? if you are a PA can you work in the birthing centers #physician #babies #obstetrician #assistant #mid-wife #pageant

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