Help with career question in the medical field?
My college is offering several courses this upcoming january and I dont know which one to take, I want to take the one that makes the most money and is in high demand. Medical Assistant Phlebotomist Medical office secretary. I know what all of them do, and I am willing to do all of them, But i just dont know what is in demand more, and what makes more money? Can anyone help me on this please?
Asked By: Melynda T - 10/20/2009
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These are all pretty much entry level jobs, with somewhat limited demand. The phlebotomist probably makes the least & is really a stepping stone job for someone in school. It is the least flexible job.The MA makes about 10-15$/hr depending on location, but may be extremely hard to find a job. There is not much... More
Answered By: Diane A - 10/20/2009
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Answered By: Devin - 10/20/2009
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