Just looking for a list of programs or jobs in healthcare that require a MS or PHD, that are a little more gratifying then nursing, but that i can still use my nursing degree towards? Perhaps someone knows a good site to look up a bunch of health care jobs and programs? Thanks!
I'm interested in working with children. So i was wondering what are the different kind of jobs are in a childrens hospital.
I have started a clerical-administrative job in healthcare. I would like to do more hands-on work than administrative, and I want to make at least 12.00 per hour.
I want to work at a vet clinic to gain experience while saving money to become a vet tech or assistant. I was wondering do clinics have jobs for non-degree people.
My original "plan" was to attend Pharmacy school, and I still hope that I get to. However, I'm transferring schools this year, and the place I plan to go to has a program for Radiology techs (which happens to coincide with the last few prereqs I need to apply for Pharmacy school). This just made me wonder what that career is really like.
Is it hard to find a job after finishing? Any advice/info will be appreciated.
I've been looking for jobs I would be interested in recently, and one of them happened to be a radiologist. After high school, how many years of schooling does it take to become a radiologist?
How many years of residency do they need to complete? And also, how much do they get paid during their residency?
I am an 18 year old interested in going into the medical field once I graduate. I am currently in a Health Sciences class through a program at my school. We recently watched a movie on radiology and as I have not been sure of what I want to do in the medical field, this video made me think more of maybe becoming an ultrasound technician. If you know any information on the duties, or if you are one yourself, could you give me a description of what you have to do? What kinds of roles are involved rather than looking at pregnant women (the most common one people know of.) What kind of schooling do you need to go through in order to be one? Any information you think would be helpful is great! Thank you!
I am having a very difficult time deciding what occupation I would like to go into. I am looking for advice from people who have personal experience in some of these fields, and in particular I am looking for careers that can start off with a two year degree, but has room for advancement. I would love to earn a two year degree, and start working while I work towards a 4 year/6 year degree. Personal experiences and/or references to accredited schools either online or in Ohio will be greatly appreciated!
-Occupational Therapy Assisting/Occupational Therapy
-Physical Therapy Assisisting/Physical Therapy
-Radiologist technician/Radiology Therapist (Are these the same thing/What is the difference?)
I also have almost two years of Early Childhood Education under my belt, and I was wondering if any of these programs require you to receive an associates/bachelors in any degree and then go on to the particular program.
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Is there a difference between the two? If so, what is the difference *exactly,* Details please, be specific!
Education, job duties, salary, certification or licensing, etc. needed for both.
I don't know the category this is supposed to be in, so tell me if it is wrong.
Thanks in advance!
I am getting into a radiology program in the Army. I am sure this will only teach me the basics and I will not earn any kind of medical degree. However once I complete the Army's training, I think I will be some sort of technician? I will be in the Army for 5 years so I have time to take college courses while I am enlisted. What kind of classes should I take that will ultimetly help me become an M.D.? I know I will still have to complete a residency when I get out of the Army. I just want to know the best steps to take while im still in the Army.
What is the difference between a vet tech and a vet assistant?
What education do I need to enter this specific job field?
If any of you have experience in these fields, do you like this job?
What are the pros and cons of working in the veterinary field?
Can one get a PhD in Radiology and how difficult is it to achieve. Also how difficult is the job usually and what is the salary outlook?
I am starting sonography school in the fall. I know you can specialize in certain things afterwards, but is a b****t sonographer an actual job or just part of something I would do?
Also, my schooling will be for 2 years. If anyone else has been, any advice? How was it?
I got accepted into the bachelor of health sciences program. What jobs could this lead to?
I am beginning my first year in radiology school this summer. In the Fall I will start my clinicals and am wondering the physical demands of studying and training to become a rad tech.
Do rad techs lift the patients?
If so, do they lift them alone?
Is there heavy equipment I will need to lift?
Are there any physically strenuous activities I will do?
What sort of physical shape do you need to be in?
I am a freshman in college and I am at the University of Colorado, I want to become an X-ray tech because it makes decent money and fits my personality well. I know A bachelors degree is not required to do this job but I have heard I can make a lot more money, plus have better advancement opportunities with a bachelors degree. However I cant figure out what kind of major would be the best to do going into this field. PLEASE HELP!
I currently have a great paying job working M-F 7am-4pm, but I want to keep my current job while I pursue something I can see myself doing in 20 years. Thanks!
Im 15 and im just thinking about different job possibilities! and getting ideas.
I'm looking at schools to be a vet tech and the only one near me is for a vet tech assistant specialist and is a one year full time program What is the difference between the two salary wise and what difference is the job?