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Five of the Fastest Growing Health Care Careers in the Nation

- As Americans try to balance longer lives with the desire to remain active and vibrant, healthcare careers reward professionals ready to follow the trend.... More

5 Tips for Surviving the Toughest Nursing Classes

- From first year anatomy to a specialized nursing continuing education class, nursing courses can be tough work. But a few key strategies can help you get through whatever nursing school throws your way.  ... More

A Psychology Degree is a Great Tool

- A vast host of job opportunities are available to the person who possesses a psychology degree, and the type of psychology degree you choose to pursue should be based on your career goals for the future.... More

Dentist - Training & Careers

- School to become a dentist usually lasts 4 years, including two years of treating patients under supervision.... More

How to Become an Orthopedic Technologist

- There is now a National Board for Certification of Orthopedic Technologists (NBCOT) that provides certification and credentials to those orthopedic technologists who meet their minimum requirements for education/experience and are able to pass an examination.... More

Massage Therapy Degrees Online

- Believe it or not, you can complete much of your massage therapy training online. Massage therapy requires hands-on work with clients. Massage therapy degree programs, however, have other components besides hands-on training. They include more traditional classes in science and business topics.... More

Registered Nurse - Training & Careers

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Respiratory Therapist - Training & Careers

- More than 40 states license respiratory therapists for work. The National Board for Respiratory Care provides testing and voluntary certification for Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) and Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) designations. An associate's degree is the recommended entry qualification for the profession.... More

Social Worker - Training & Careers

- Licensing, certification, or registration requirements vary from state to state. According to the BLS, a bachelor's degree in social work (BSW) is the most-common minimum requirement to take a social work position at city, county, and state social service agencies.... More