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Career Advice and Guide for Job Searches - US News Business

Career Advice and Guide for Job Searches - US News Business

GoCollege - The Number One College Bound Website on the Internet the-worst-paying-jobs-for-doctors: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance Don't go into family practice if you're in it for the money. When Ted Epperly entered medical school in 1976, he did so with a scholarship from the U.S. Army. In return he committed to serving for four years in the Army after graduating from the University of Washington. [Click here to find an online degree program] "I didn't have large loans, so my choice became about what I wanted to do," he says. Not many doctors have that luxury, since the average medical school student owes $140,000 in loans at graduation. At $180,000 for pediatricians and $175,000 for family practitioners, primary care providers make an awful lot less than the typical orthopedic surgeon, who makes $519,000, or a urologist, who earns $400,000, according to the Merritt Hawkins data. Why do primary care physicians make less than specialists? One reason for that is the medical profession's fee structure. 1. Average salary, 2009-2010: $175,000 2. Average salary, 2009-2010: $180,000 3. Average salary, 2009-2010: $191,000

NCDA | Welcome to the National Career Development Association NCDA inspires and empowers the achievement of career and life goals by providing professional development, resources, standards, scientific research, and advocacy. The National Career Development Association (NCDA) is a founding division of the American Counseling Association (ACA). NCDA began as the National Vocational Guidance Association in 1913 - read more history under About Us or in Career Convergence. Spotlights

Jobs in the Medical Field | LoveToKnow As the medical field advances, career opportunities in healthcare become increasingly diverse. Even outside the clinic, there are many ways to make a living while supporting the healthcare needs of the community. While clinical positions involve direct patient care, non-clinical jobs focus on administration, sales, and other important behind the scenes activities. Jobs that Need a Certificate or Two-Year Degree These positions do not require a great deal of schooling, but can still be very fulfilling. Licensed Practical Nurses Licensed practical nurse (LPN) programs typically run between 12 and 24 months in duration. Certified Nurse Assistants Depending on state laws and the needs of specific clinics, certified nurse assistants or CNAs may also be known as nursing assistants, nurse's aides, or patient care technicians. Medical Assistants Not to be confused with that of a PA or NA, the work of a medical assistant may take place within or outside of the clinical setting. Medical Technicians

Career Services Virtual Career Tools - St. Norbert College Special Advising Day Walk-In Hours: Tues., April 8, 10am-4pm Wed., April 9, 8am-4pmMon., April 14, 8am-4pmTues., April 15, 8am-3pm Career Services is the central hub for SNC students and alums seeking career and professional development resources. Our programs, services and self-service resources are designed to encourage successful transitions from academia to meaningful post-graduate work. Students Whether you’re choosing a major, destined for first-time employment, post-graduate service or graduate school, we have the tools to help you achieve your professional goals. Employers We can help you satisfy your recruiting needs by helping you post jobs and internships online, browse resumes and meet top-notch candidates by attending events such as our bi-annual Career and Internship Fair. Alumni We recognize that career planning and development is a lifelong process.

International Travel Nursing | LoveToKnow Nurses who decide to become traveling nurses often do so as a way to increase their income. There are many options when you work on a contract basis as a travel nurse. You can moonlight by working locally on your days off, commute to a nearby town or relocate to another area for extended periods of time. Where to Look There are several healthcare employment agencies that specialize in travel nursing. Cross Country TravCorps Cross Country Travcops hires RNs and Certified Surgical Technologists. Benefits: Shift differentials and completion bonuses$500 bonus upon completion of certain assignmentsReferral bonus of $500Mileage reimbursementSubsidy (lodging) stipend paid every two weeks (regardless if you rent or stay with relatives or friends)Free private housing if traveling alone Expedient Medstaff Expedient Medstaff is a nurse-owned and operated staffing firm and advertises top pay for travel nursing jobs. American Mobile Healthcare Travel Nurses Now Additional Travel Nurse Agencies