How to Choose a Career
A Career as a Phlebotomy Technician
As a phlebotomist you'll not only draw the blood of various patients and possible
blood donors, but you'll also be expected to carry out medically related laboratory
responsibilities as well as some clerical tasks. For instance you may enter the
lab results into the computer. More ...
What You Need to Know to Become an Information Security Analyst
Information security analysts analyze threats and vulnerabilities that are associated with computer networks.
Salaries for information security specialists range from $89,000.00 to more than $121,000.00. More ...
Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides - Career Opportunities
Nurses' Aides and Psychiatric Aides provide supervised care for physically ill, mentally ill,
injured, disabled, or infirm individuals in hospitals, care homes and institutions. Nursing,
psychiatric, and home health aides hold about 2.2 million jobs in the U.S. They earn from
less than $7.31 to more than $14.02 an hour. More ...
Careers in Human Resources
Human Resources is a career that involves work ranging from handling employee benefits
questions and recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new staff to aiding in strategic
planning at top executive levels. More ...
How to Become an IT Technician
IT technician duties revolve around installing and maintaining hardware, software, networks,
and workstations. They are also responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and resolving
any problems associated with computers and systems. More ...
How to Draw Dazzling and Dressy Fashions
If you love styles that sizzle and long to use your personal flair to draw dazzling and dressy outfits.
If you dream of becoming a fashion illustrator or designer. This guide is for you! More ...
A Day in the Life of a High School Teacher
Unlike elementary teachers, a high school teacher must face a new set of students in every period.
Another difficulty that must be surmounted is the various levels, freshmen or sophomores, and the
different types of classes. More ...
Nursing, the Next Ten Years, a Brief Overview
The outlook for individuals considering entering the nursing field is excellent. Registered
nurses, or RN's, make up the largest number of health care workers in the country. In addition,
registered nurses will make up one of the fasted growing population of workers in all
occupations over the next ten years. More ...
Computer Animation Career Information
The animation industry has changed radically with the advent of computer animation,
and the use of complex animation software. However, the animator still has to have
much of the traditional artistic talents, along with the ability to pay attention
to detail in order to produce animation that is consistent across a large piece of work. More ...
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians - Career Opportunities
Job opportunities for medical records and health information technicians will grow much
faster than average for all occupations. In 2004 median annual earnings were $25,590.
Fifty percent earned between $20,650 and $32,990. More ...
Discover the Perfect Career for You
Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, this book determines your personality type.
The book then identifies careers where you are more likeley to be successful and
find greater personal satisfaction. More ...
Food Service Career
With the extent of growth in the industry of food service, managers are going to be in high
demand. Management positions in the food service industry are diverse. Succeeding in the industry
takes drive, ambition, and the desire to please people as the food service industry is about customer service. More ...
What is a Nursing Assistant?
A Nursing Assistant may also known as a nursing aide, personal care worker, geriatric aide,
unlicensed assistive nursing personnel, orderlies, or hospital attendants. Nursing assistants
generally perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff. More ...