People considering a career in private investigations often have questions about the educational and personal background, and work experience, necessary to enter the field.
Topics: private investigations
Many people interested in a career in the health care industry are considering the growing field of Medical Coding and Billing. The field is a valid option for both the career changer and the individual just entering the first stage of their professional life.
Many universities, colleges and trade schools offer “certificate”programs. However, not many of us understand what a “certificate” is and how it can help a professional.
Topics: certificate programs
Obtaining the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant® (CCMA®) credential is one way to boost a career as a medical assistant. The National Healthcareer Association® offers this important certification exam leading to the CCMA® designation.
Topics: medical assisting
Topics: HR certification
Although there are some jobs within the forensics field that do not require a degree, individuals with a college degree in targeted disciplines will have increased options and opportunities for advancement and salary increases.
Topics: crime scene investigations
If you are on the hunt for a new career, it’s a great idea to look into a variety of options and learn all you can about the ones that interest you.
For many of us, changing careers can be an overwhelming prospect. There are new terms to learn, new rules to absorb, new skills to master, new people to meet. Too often, staying in an unfulfilling job seems like the safest option.
Oil and gas industry professionals have a vocabulary that is somewhat unique to their industry. Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream are three terms that oil and gas industry professionals toss about as they discuss the stages of production, from discovery to delivery of oil and gas. Terms can be a little intimidating for industry newcomers.