I would like to find a medical examiner, job or something like that. That is a work from home position and a legitimate position. Not asking for a huge amount of money. There must be a company that hires and trains entry level positions for stay at home mothers.
A Medical Claims Examiner.
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
I tried a google search and came up empty along with other yahoo answers.
I can only stand up for about 2 hours after that my knees start to feel very "pressured" if that's the word to use, ...rather painful after 4 hours to make things easier. (past injury)
So does anyone know of any job fields that don't require a lot of walking or standing. Even if they require further studying, I would like to know my options.
I'm a fifteen year old looking into my options as a career. Before you give the "You're too young" speech, please note that I will be graduating next year. I recently took an aptitude test and discovered that I would fit in well in law, especially being a tax attorney, which is ironic because I was thinking about being that. However, I was afraid that a job like that would only provide with business during tax season. I also think it would be boring to practice only one type, as I would like to also practice adoption, DUI, family matters and business partnerships. I have been searching the internet and have not been able to find really what I am looking for, and my parents went to college online so they aren't the biggest help in this process.I appreciate you taking the time to help a little teenager create her future.
Hello Answers Community,
I have a question regarding the DVLA, Uk/Scotland Requirement to Sit a medical examination before being issued a driving license after a Disqualification from driving for 18months.
5 years ago i was banned from driving for 18months, In order to claim my license back i have to sit a Medical examination to prove i am not dependant nor abusing alcahol.
My question is as follows; Is there any period of time in which that requirement to sit a medical can expire, and i can apply for a license without the need of the examination.
my problem is that i cannot travel because i have no car or license (not suprising based on the question :p). I am unemployed, but do not claim JSA or any other benefits, i live from doing odd jobs around and getting paid in accomodation and small money to pay bills/food.
The last time i tried to get a refreshed license they gave me the 'nearest' dvla medical examiner which was over 120miles from me. on top of a £90 fee, arrangement of travelling and fees for that are just not possible, i live in the sticks, to get a bus (no trains around) would mean a 36 mile walk (there and back) to a bus stop, 3 return charges, i just cant do that.
however a license not only holds the key to travel/oppertunity/freedom, but also Identity. without a license i find it next to impossible to prove who i am, i have no passport, although i am a uk citizen, i have no license, no bills/official docs with any addresses on them, required for signing on to welfare schemes,
I look forward to any answers you guys can provide me with, google searching is not my strong point :p
I just got a job processing medical claims through an agency at a benefits administrator trust company. I am making $19.00/hr. I am very experienced, although the last 2 1/2 years I was working in real estate (yes, I jumped in the band wagon, I know). I was a claims Supervisor in my last insurance job and I'm probably overqualified for the regular examiner's job I took, but I figure it was a good way to get back into claims/insurance and into a "corporate" job, not to mention refreshing my skills.
I guess my qx is: how much are Claims Examiners making nowadays? how does my salary compare?..... I was making the same money ($40K) at my last Claims Supervisor job, but that was 2.5 years ago (and I was underpaid).
Any comments from someone in the industry or in HR are greatly appreciated. Thanks
I have a Bachelors of Sociology for Pre-Law and I'm unsure about whether I want to spend another four years in Law school. I know that I won't earn as much money without the law degree, but are there any fulfilling careers out there in which I can use my degree?
For physical traps and X-ray photo and I filed up the Worker Compensation form and two days ago I got a mail From QMEs (Qualified Medical Evaluator ) I what to know that what QMEs for and why I should go there, and what is worker compensation courts, and what I have to do with my injury?
My daughter is 16 and has just left school. She suffers with ADHD and receives disability living allowance as a result of this. She is not able to claim JSA due to her age, but being in receipt of DLA would she be able to claim income support or any other benefits?
I am 14 and when I grow up I want to be a forensic scientist. I've heard they get paid 20-30 grand and my mom said that's bullsh*t because she gets paid that and she works at burger king as the general manager. I want to know how much they get paid for each case and every week. No rude comments, thanks.
I've watched like 50 different YouTube videos when his head blew up and stuff, but I just can't conclude of what happened. Do you have any ideas or thoughts of what really transpired?
The paper i received has a Restrictions section, but i see nothing there. I know that if you're 16 you need to drive with someone 21 or older next to you. Does the same apply if I'm 21?
If i drive around with my wife who's 19, and has had her license since 16 it's ok then?
My father recently passed away and he was recieving social security. My mother is not 60 yet an can not recieve his benefits unless she's 50 and on disability. Her doctors want her to go on disability because she has congestive heart failure, depression. She was told two different things, 1. She would have to choose her disability when she gets on it or my father's social security or 2. She would get both because they are two different things. I can't seem to find any information on this, anything would help!
I filed a Worker's Comp claim in 2012, got denied, went through the deposition, etc. My lawyer files for QME, it is scheduled to happen in a couple of months, was at work last week when my back went out again, notified my employer of the situation and called my doctor to see him immediately. What happens now and what options do I have if any?
The cost of malpractice insurance is a major driver in health care cost.
You must be a lawyer
States were forced to pass tort reform because the doctors MOVED.
Washington state had all but about 3 pediatricians in the state say they were leaving unless it was passed. There was a huge shortage and what do you do when they say no more patients?
I live in California, i had a serious ankle surgery on 8/1/08 and haven't been working since ( 7 months) i applied for social security benefits right after my surgery. I received a letter of denial(because my injury wasn't bad enough) so i appealed it. i gave them a call today and they said to call in 2 more months but i need money NOW!.
*should i hire an attorney?
* should i apply for temporary disability?
Which career pays better and which career is better?
Just wondering how Social Security views this diagnosis.