Hi! Just starting a new job tomorrow. It's an Assistant Activities Director at a nursing/rehab home. I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips or details as what the job includes. Never done this b4 and they know it. So any help to calm my nerves would help. Thanks!
I do know kinda what they do... distribute mags, help with the activities, things like that but hoping someone who is one could give me a little more detail.
When looking for a job the prospective employer called the last place I work and was informed by the Assistant Director of Nursing that " I had poblems with multi-tasking, decisioin making and that at one time I had a back problem." I have proof of this.
Im going to be 18 this year and Im graduating high school early and want to work on a cruise ship, what type of jobs are there for me? But I dont want to clean rooms or be a waitress.
I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
I just started college in September. I am going to school to get my Associate's Degree in Health Services Administration. I was just wondering what jobs I could get with it. Where would be the best place to get a job: hospital, doctor's office, etc.? Where would offer more security? Which would offer better benefits and pay?
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I'm majoring in management concentrating in accounting. I'm interested in going further and maybe becoming a CPA. My mom says I should do something in the medical field since it is always in high demand. I'm planning on going for a second bachelors in nursing after I complete my degree. I know to be a CPA, you have to sit for an exam and you also have to sit for an exam to be a nurse. How should I plan my studies?
I'm doing some research for a paper and I need to know the different types of jobs to do with criminals, I know there are the obvious police officers, private investigators, undercover police officers but what are the less known jobs out there? And what do they do?
I'm currently looking for a part-time job where I am able to help people and make a difference in their lives. It is hard to find a job that is like this that doesn't require a degree or a full-time commitment, neither of which I have right now. Can someone tell me of any jobs I should take a look at that would fit this criteria?
I am currently in college and don't know what I want to do in life. My current major is nursing but I am a nursing assistant and I know I do not want to become a nurse, despite the good job prospects. It is just not my thing. However, what are the prospects for someone with the above degrees? And what kind of jobs could I work with degrees in those fields?
Ok, but what about international studies?
I want to do medical assistant, then go back to school for nursing. But thing is I really love the job as a medical assistant. I rather work in the office. Than be touching patients everyday. I want to know if there's any office job for a nurse. One where you don't have to deal with people's urine, etc. What else can I do in nursing that has no clinicals?
I want to become a Physician Assistant, but some colleges I'm looking into require shadowing hours with either a Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner or Doctor. How do I go about doing this? Would it best in a hospital setting or private doctor office? Does anyone know off hand someone I can shadow? I live in the Bay Area, about 45 minutes from San Francisco and would be willing to travel. I am currently a nursing assistant, but do not have a job. Thanks for any advice!
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I'm in my first semester at a community college right now, just getting general studies. I HATE living at home though, so I was wondering if it would be a good idea to just get an associates degree in something and move to Chicago. Would there be ANY good jobs available? Or is it all for Bachelor degrees and up. I'm not interested in health care, but I'm looking into business/management.
I know for sure I want to work in the medical feild! A doctor is out of the picture though. I was thinking about a Anesteseoligist! They make good money. I want to be wealthy so i can give my kids everything they need and want. So can you help me? I dont wanna be a nurse...I want something more up there! Anything you can think of?
There is an ad in my local paper looking for an "activities director" for seniors with Alzheimer's and Dementia at a Nursing Home. Any idea what all this job may entail?
I am thinking about switching job fields and want to work on being a physical therapist. I have an associates degree in Graphic Design but want to use that with being a physical therapist. Kind of like an art therapist. But I want to find a job that can train me as well as go to school for it. Is there something out there like that?
I am thinking of changing my major for my associates degree to something that I can get a job that makes an ok amount of money while I work further my education. What type of associates degree would be the most benifical?
Im only 16 right now (almost 17)but when I grow up I want to open up (building a whole new place and everything) an all girls adolescent eating disorder residental home but im not exactly sure what job I want there yet. What would you call the person who opens up and runs a residental home?
I've been considering applying for work at a nursing home but I've heard stories that it's awful work with low pay.
Is this true? I did work experience in an old folks home in grade 9 but I didn't get to see very much of what goes on because was so young.
So what is your experience in working in aged care? Pro's and con's?
Thanks so much! :)