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What’s The Hottest Career Field? Health Care – by Tony Moton – 11 Aug 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:24 am

Find out how you can prepare for a career in this in-demand field. (Yahoo Education) A noticeable pattern has developed in the health care industry. Workers keep getting hired. Health care providers added 24,000 new jobs in October 2010, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, while averaging an increase of 20,000 jobs per month over the past year. Health care’s hot track record for hiring isn’t a recent occurrence. It’s actually part of a much more long-term trend, says John Canally, an economist and investment strategist at Boston-based LPL Financial. “Health care added 700,000 jobs from December 2007, when the recession started, to October 2010,” says Canally. “No other job sector did that.” Looking for a stable career with a variety of education options? Keep reading to see how you can prepare for a hot career in health care. Career #1: Medical Assistant Medical assistants with administrative expertise help keep doctor’s offices and clinics running smoothly. Those with clinical backgrounds do everything from taking vital signs to sterilizing medical instruments. Why it’s hot: Americans are living longer and healthier lives than ever before. That means more patients and more opportunities for medical assistants. In fact, the profession is projected to add nearly 164,000 medical assisting jobs between 2008 and 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: You can earn a certificate or diploma in medical assisting in about one year. Another option is to earn a two-year associate’s degree in medical assisting. What it pays (on average): Medical assistants have an average salary of $29,450, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.*

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This is an administrative assistant’s post. And an administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school to function in this capacity. Terming it as such only enriches the education/paper-qualifications cartel. Career #2: Dental Assistant Dental assisting is a profession tailor-made for friendly people with a knack for putting others at ease. During procedures, they work alongside dentists to handle equipment and assist with vital tasks. Why it’s hot: What’s not to smile about in this career? Job opportunities are flourishing, partly due to a greater emphasis on preventative dental care. Over 100,000 new dental assisting jobs are expected to be created through 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: Go after a one-year certificate or diploma in dental assisting or set your sights on a two-year associate’s degree in dental assisting. What it pays (on average): Dental assistant earnings average at about $34,000 per year, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] : This is a Certificate in Dentistry. Tell it like it is. The person who has no money to pay the education cartel or does not want tio become beholden to the banking (financing department) cartel, remains an assistant. Government could acccredit 3 year Certholders working as assistants to upgrade to Diploma (under a apprentice/mentor scheme by the Dentist they work for), and 5 year Diploma workers to upgrade tofull Bachelors in Dentistry. This will ensure that education loan DEBT does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly by the above establishments. Career #3: Pharmacy Technician Pharmacy technicians provide a helping hand to licensed pharmacists by preparing medications, counting tablets, labeling bottles, and providing customer service. Why it’s hot: Over 93,000 new pharmacy techs are expected to receive jobs between 2008 and 2018. This growth is due in part to the fact that our elderly population – who may have more prescriptions – is increasing. How to prepare: You can earn a certificate in pharmacy technology in about six months or get an associate’s degree in pharmacy technology in about two years. What it pays (on average): The average annual salary for a pharmacy technician is $28,940, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This does NOT require any formal education. A 5 year old child could label and count and prepare mixtures. Don’t insult intelligence. Again I suggest that Certification be given after number of years of work so that – once again, ad nauseum – society won’t be centred around enriching the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch a simpleton’s job in interesting terms and pretend to justify a monopoly while causing them education financing debt. Career #4: Medical Records Technician Technicians in the health care field assemble patient records, medical histories, and test results for service providers. Why it’s hot: As our population continues to expand, more medical technicians are needed to handle an ever-increasing amount of tests, treatments, and medical procedures. Medical records technician job opportunities are expected to grow by more than 35,000 during the 10-year period ending in 2018. How to prepare: Get an associate’s degree in medical records technology to put you in the running for entry-level work as a medical records technician. What it pays (on average): Medical records technicians have an average yearly salary of $33,880, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] An administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school to function in this capacity . . . so that – once again, ad nauseum – society won’t be centered around enriching the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel to enable quangocrats and other structures to exist while supposedly busy ‘making a living’. The wealth and lands of the world belong to all men, not the 1%, and not the State least of all. Career #5: Medical Transcriptionist When physicians and medical professionals need to communicate important information, they turn to medical transcriptionists who translate doctor’s notes into medical reports and other files. Why it’s hot: A large percentage of medical transcriptionists work in hospitals, but there will be an increased need for their work in editing transcripts taken by speech recognition systems. Close to 12,000 new medical transcriptionists are expected to get hired through 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: Want to pursue this career? Consider earning a medical transcription certificate or an associate’s degree in medical transcription. What it pays (on average): The average yearly salary in this field is $33,350, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is an administrative assistant’s post that requires a good grade in the language that the medical institution uses. And an administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school with a good grade in language to function in this capacity. Terming it as such only enriches the education/paper-qualifications cartel. Career #6: Registered Nurse (RN) Even in a massive industry like health care, the impact that the nursing profession has on the job market is substantial. RNs held some 2.6 million jobs in 2008 – mostly in hospitals – and the opportunities for work continue to rise. Why it’s hot: Technological advancements in patient care and a growing interest in preventative health measures are accelerating the need for new nurses. Nearly 600,000 new nursing jobs are expected to open between 2008 and 2018, according to the Department of Labor. How to prepare: One of the best aspects of breaking into the nursing profession is the variety of education options available. Obtain a certificate, associate’s degree, or bachelor’s degree in nursing to get your career going. What it pays (on average): RNs have an average annual salary of $66,530, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is a Certificate in Medicine and does not need to be segregated into Medicine and Nursing. Tell it like it is. The person who has no money remains a Nurse, though government could acccredit 3 year Certholders working as Nurses to upgrade to Diploma in Pharmacy (under a apprentice/mentor scheme by the Dentist they work for), and 5 year Diploma workers to upgrade to full Bachelors in Medicine/Surgery etc.. AGAIN – This will ensure that education loan DEBT does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly of the Education cartel. Career #7: Medical and Health Services Manager Health care providers rely on administrative managers to lead the complex business of running hospitals, clinics, and various patient facilities. Managers are involved in everything from developing reports and budgets to spearheading community outreach programs. Their job is crucial to the well-being of employees and patients alike. Why it’s hot: Management jobs in doctor’s offices and clinics are expanding as health care services broaden outside of hospitals. According to the Department of Labor, the number of new medical and health services managers will grow by more than 45,000 over the 10-year period ending in 2018. How to prepare: Get your foot in the door by earning a bachelor’s degree in health care administration. What it pays (on average): The average annual pay for a medical and health services manager is $90,970, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. *Average annual salaries as reported by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in May 2009.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is a Certificate in Administration (developing reports) with a good grade in language (complex business of running hospitals), alongside 1 day seminars in accounting (developing budgets) and human resources (developing reports). AGAIN – This will ensure that **education loan DEBT** does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly of the Education cartel. Alternatively EDUCATION SHOULD BE MADE FREE so that the plutocracy hiding in directorship boards filled with plutocrats in abovementioned insitutions of various types cannot enslave the general citizenry. Along with neglecting promotion Capitalism with Socialist Asset Limits of 20 million, Yahoo, why do you do this to us citizens? Maybe Yahoo is a victim of the system as well, but look at the wealth of the people running iot to better be sure if Yahoo is indeed a victim. A noticeable pattern has developed in the health care industry. Workers spend too much money on education only to keep getting hired WHILE heavily in debt. Simpler yet, I suggest that people do not get ill at all by being well rested, getting lots of sunlight than being in stuffy buildings working, not being in debt (which causes stress that leads to ill health) and eating organic foods. Could you envision a population of education debt free nomadic citizens moving into the wilderness, or in urban areas with no choice – a shopping cart filled with soil for growing food, and with some livestock (take your pick, rats and pigeons cook well and can be found easily for free to breed and cull – pigeon blood is VERY nutritious barring the disease factor . . . ) or insects and grubs which can also be cultivated, in those same shopping carts? Who needs to pay an institution so they can work or apprentice as in the past? Find out how you can prepare for a DEBT FREE LIFE instead of contributing to an inflationary and exploitative structure that already gives salary raises way above to cause inflation in economies that ultimately indebt, enslave and make homeless the 99%. Boycott this system of ‘entry fees’ into society you 99%. It’s a closed system that needs to be broken either by systematic revolution at all fronts, or simple boycotts (I advocate the latter).

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