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I'm about to graduate with my Associate degree in Medical Billing and I will be turning 50 this year. Once I get certified, should I be concerned as to how quickly I will find a job?

I've wanted to go back to school since high school but life happens. I am finally about to graduate from Harrison college with my Associate degree in Medical Billing. I am changing careers because I don't enjoy doing what I'm doing now and I enjoy working in the office setting. I have worked...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Mia P.
Linda DeHaan | retired at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan You are going to get a job really fast. Doctors and ...

Is it a good idea for me to plan a career in health care especially when i myself have health issues which is currently giving me personal experience but to do the same for others is it a good idea?

i have done my Master's in Psychology from India. I am currently living in california and an unpaid intern at Make A Wish foundation. trying to secure a job in a field which will be most appropriate for me. #guidance-counselor...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by Nikita M.
J. Suzanne Singh | Principal Pricing and Licensing Specialist at Symantec Hello! I think this is a question with no clear answer, ...

I am currently an unpaid intern at Make-A-Wish foundation in volunteer services. How will this help me get a job especially in healthcare?

I have done my Master's in Psychology from India and currently living in California. Trying to secure a job. #psychology #guidance-counselor #non-profit...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by Nikita M.
Meghan Markie | Instructional Designer at Dell, Inc Hi Nikita! Make-A-Wish foundation is a great organization! You may want ...

Are there any loan forgiveness programs for chiropractic students?

I'll be attending chiropractic school soon, and didn't see any loan forgiveness programs for chiropractic. #financial-aid #student-loans #debt #healthcare-industry #health-policy #chiropractic...

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Active Sep 19 '17 at 11:10

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Posted by James H.
Kristy-Lyn McCoy | Project Management & Risk Consultant Hi James, I'm going to be a bearer of bad news. ...

Is there any religious discrimination in the medical field?

I'm a covering Muslim female in high school and I'm greatly considering a career in the medical field. However, I want to get an idea of what I may need to face in the professional world considering what I face in my day-to-day life. Thanks in advance :) #doctor #nurse #professional #health...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Raihanah M.
Michael DePietro | Medical Director- Respiratory at AstraZeneca There is not specific religious discrimination in the sense that someone ...

While Worcester State University has treated me well, it is not regarded as a school with a "big" name. I am pursuing a Master in Health Care Industry, a degree WSU offers as a 2 year program. Should I transfer to get the "big" name, or stay at WSU?

Sophomore at Worcester State Univeristy. Majors: Business Administration and Visual Art. Eventual Masters Degree for Health Care Industry. Employment: Intern at UMass Medical Center: Diabetes Center of Excellence. I am asking this question because I do realize that a career in health care...

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Active Feb 10 at 00:22

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Posted by Bailey B.
Jared Cox | Optometrist I suppose it would depend to some extent on what you ...

As a student interested in pursuing a Masters Degree in Health Care Industry, I recieve many fine comments on my career choice due to the thriving Industry. I do wonder however, after the wave of baby boomers, will the industry continue to thrive?

Sophomore at Worcester State Univeristy. Majors: Business Administration and Visual Art. Eventual Masters Degree for Health Care Industry. Employment: Intern at UMass Medical Center: Diabetes Center of Excellence. I am asking this question because I do realize that a career in health care is...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:24

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Posted by Bailey B.
Blake R. Nelson, BSRT, (R)(T),ARRT | Sr. Radiation Therapist at The US Oncology Network Yes, as the "Baby Boomer" generation nears retirement it will.

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