What would be a better study program for me?

Is it a good option to go a medical insurance billing course or for a course in computer software designing etc.. My local community college offers certificate courses in computer web designing etc. Is it any good to do these course or i should go for something more technical? I am 27 and stay with my husband and looking forward to continue studying such that i can get a job later to support my growing family. Some opinions. Thanks.

Asked By: natashap - 10/12/2007
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It sounds like you want something part-time for now. Computer software is good, but it requires you to keep up with the latest technology in order to be really marketable. I'd go with medical insurance billing. This is a good field that will remain in demand as insurance gets more complicated and the workforce ages.
Answered By: kako - 10/15/2007
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it depend on what you like... thats the first thing you should take into consideration.
Answered By: mj - 10/12/2007
Insurance billing you get good pay and plenty of work and you can do it from home so they children will still have you around, the software design sounds like fun but the market is very small and you really have to know someone one to get an entry level position.
Answered By: Tapestry6 - 10/12/2007
software programming I think is more independant, and you can even by a book and compiler and learn a language in a month. Medical billing is school dependant - I would do the first at home to see if I like it. If not, then do medical billing at school
Answered By: erom m - 10/12/2007
Go into politics; good salary, good expenses, employ your hubby on good wages, mortgage paid for by tax-payer, a gong when retired, extra well paid part time jobs and a marvelous pension
Answered By: MARGARET B - 10/12/2007
certifactes and associates won't do much for you, I suggest going for a 4 year degree since many computer jobs require a 4 year degree. Medical insurance sounds the fastest way, but probably wont pay as much as a 4 year degree.
Answered By: demiser55 - 10/12/2007
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