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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 ...

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 ...

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. ...

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...

#health-policy #medical #healthcare-industry #medicine #medicare #healthcare #careers-in-healthcare #health

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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.

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...

#health-policy #global-health #medical #healthcare-industry #medical-terminology #medicare #healthcare #health

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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 ...

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