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How to Choose a School of Massage Therapy

Dec 04, 2008

Since your choice in schools is an important factor in determining how well prepared and qualified you will be for your new career, it is extremely important that you know how to choose a school of massage therapy that will meet all of your needs.

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Lab Technician Career Outlook

Dec 04, 2008

Business is booming in the field of laboratory science. As in many areas of health care, there is a shortage of both laboratory technicians and laboratory technologists. Specially trained techs are needed in labs of small community hospitals and also in major medical centers.

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Massage Therapist Career Outlook

Dec 04, 2008

If you are interested in a career that lets you help people feel great, then perhaps you will want to become a massage therapist. As a massage therapist you will use touch and gentle pressure to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. Massage therapists use various techniques to relax muscles, reduce injuries, and increase mobility, and you can learn how to do this so you can help others.

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Medical Technologists Career Outlook

Dec 04, 2008

Medical technologists work in laboratories, radiology clinics, imaging facilities, or other areas where special technological tools are used to improve the health of patients.

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Optician Career Outlook

Dec 04, 2008

As an optician you will not just help people pick out glasses or contacts, you will also help their chosen eyewear fit them. You will carefully hone lenses to fit frames, and instruct customers on how to care for them.

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Pursuing a Biomedical Equipment Technician

Dec 04, 2008

When it comes to finding a career, there are no guarantees. However, if you start taking small steps now you can build the skills and develop the expertise you need for a career in the growing biomedical equipment technology field.

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Pursuing a Paramedic

Dec 04, 2008

The career of a paramedic is both challenging and rewarding. An individual can enter the field of emergency service workers by attending a community college, technical school, or even a hospital-based program.

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What Is a Dental Administrative Assistant?

Dec 04, 2008

A dental administrative assistant is responsible for the general administrative duties within a dental office. These duties may include, greeting patients, providing the dentist with instruments, sterilizing equipment and setting up dental trays, answering phones, sending bills, and making appointments.

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What Is a Dental Assistant?

Dec 04, 2008

A dental assistant helps to take care of a dental office, with patient care, office duties, or lab duties. Some dental assistants in larger offices can focus on one area of responsibility, and in smaller offices may have some responsibilities in each role.

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What Is a Dental Biller?

Dec 04, 2008

A dental biller is in charge of preparing a dental patient's bill, ensures the medical bill is correct, send bills to patients and follows up to ensure that payments are made. To be a dental biller, you must pay special attention to details and be willing to learn dental terminology.

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