Career questions tagged funeral-director

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Skylar129 views

What personal values does your company look for in a new employee?

Adaptability, confidence, etc?

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What are some things you think any new employee should know when coming into your practice?

Things such as boundaries or other challenges they might face?

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CJ330 views

What does a day in the life of a funeral director/embalmer look like?

Any information is great.

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CJ394 views

What training did you complete in order to be a funeral director or embalmer?

Types of training. length of training description of training

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CareerVillage Office Hours482 views

How to become a mortician?

Lend your expertise: what does it take to become a Mortician? Note: We've seen a lot of interest in this career, so we're looking for guidance from our community of professionals

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Sonia806 views

I truly respect and admire the dedication and compassion required to be a Mortician/Undertaker/Funeral-Director, as my research into funeral service has revealed. To be forthright, I was hoping to conduct a brief interview consisting of just 8 questions for a project assignment by my teacher at LoneStar College. The funeral service profession has always intrigued me, and I wanted to explore whether it might be a path I could pursue. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find someone to interview considering how busy their schedule in this industry is. It would be awesome if my questions could be answered here. I have posted the questions below.

1. What do you do most of the time at work 2.What are the things you enjoy most about your job? What's most rewarding? 3.What are the things you enjoy the least about your job? 4. For most people in this job, what are the greatest struggles? Sacrifices? Adversities? 5. What are the job opportunities going to be like in your field in the near future? 6. What special personality traits does someone really need if they want a job like yours? 7. What are some things I should be doing in college to prepare for this career? (What skills should I be developing?) 8. What is one thing that you wish you would have known about this career before you entered it?

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What is it like being a funeral director?

My parents are both funeral director and I would like to see what it is like to be one! I find it SOOOO cool and just want to learn more about the profession.

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How can I succeed in the field of funeral services?

This question was asked anonymously by a student

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hannah287 views

How would i get started as a mortician?

How would i get started as a mortician? Would I need to get to school for this career and if so where do i start?

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Alexis641 views

What's work life like in a Mortuary?

I'm trying to learn more about work life in a Mortuary as I want to become a Mortician in a few years. Does the work ever become mentally taxing? What are some skills you never thought would be useful in the field but ended up helping you out in the long run? #mortuary #mortuary-sciences #mortician #funeral-home #embalming #funeral-director

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Delylah443 views

How do you help a family who can't afford a funeral?

#funeral-science #mortuary-science #funeral-director

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Delylah471 views

How do you console familes who lost a young loved one?

#funeral-science #mortuary-science #funeral-director

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