i am working as a hostess and am in school for medical assisting. what it my next step towards my career?
i started this semester in medical assisting and my job as a hostess pays next to nothing, and i would become a server but im not quite 20. , and i dont have a car just yet. i want to take the next step toward a career in nursing and move out w my bf in an apartment, but i don't know what the next step i can take is. if anyone can help i would really really appreciate it!
Asked By: jenjen189 - 10/7/2007
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Whoa, just slow down a bit. first finish MA school then get any certifications or licenses you need then get a MA job. After doing that for a year decide if you want to go on further in the medical field. If the answer is yes then check out the local nursing schools. I recommend going for the Bachelors degree not... More
Answered By: kamisha100 - 10/7/2007
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If you want to be a nurse, drop out of MA now! Go to nursing school instead. If you graduate as a Medical Assistant, absolutly NONE of your credits will transer to your nusing degree. Medical Assistants, even certified make only about $9.50/hr to start.
Answered By: ~~SheSul~~ - 10/8/2007
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