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Massage Therapist Employment Opportunities

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Massage Therapy

Massage Therapist Employment Opportunities

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Massage Therapist Career Options and Tips by Centura College

Licensed Massage Therapists (LMT) are in demand everywhere in health and wellness professions. These are the trained professionals that make people feel good by working their muscles and soft-tissue. The Bureau of Labor Statistic estimates that this business will grow by 23 percent over the next eight years. There are an estimated 340,000 Licensed Massage Therapist practitioners in the United States, according to the American Massage Therapy Association. Have you considered a career in this fast growing and very rewarding industry?  If so, all the information you need to know is right here!

LMTs can find jobs in the following businesses: …Read More Here

How to Find Computer Networking Jobs in 2014 and Beyond

Posted by on Jun 18, 2014 in Computer Network Management

How to Find Computer Networking Jobs in 2014

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How to Find a Computer Networking Job in 2014

When looking for ideal computer networking jobs, it’s important to consider more than the highly attractive salary. It’s important to examine the entire company package as well as the projected longevity of the job. Even when doing so, finding the perfect job can be seemingly impossible. Fortunately, the following 12 steps will guide job seekers toward finding the perfect computer networking job. …Read More Here

10 Facts About Massage Therapy Schools

Posted by on Jun 16, 2014 in Massage Therapy

10 Facts About Massage Therapy Schools

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What you need to know about Massage Therapy Schools!

Massage therapy has now been a treatment for various health conditions over many centuries. One of the main sources of modern massage techniques has been China. In the United States the organization that oversees and sets standards for the massage therapy industry is the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). Licensing is regulated by individual states, as a dozen states do not require licensing. Most of the states that require licensing base it on the certification program adopted by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Here are more interesting facts about massage therapy school. …Read More Here

Centura College Offers Scholarships through Imagine America

Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 in Scholarships

Centura College Offers Scholarships through Imagine America

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For many students, the only way to get a fresh start in a new career is to receive help with the tuition and other expenses of a career college education. To make it easier for every student to receive a useful degree, Centura College has long participated in federal grant and loan programs, but now students will have the option of applying for Imagine America scholarships as well. These awards are both need-based and merit-based, and they will allow more people to further their education and improve their future job pool.

According to the Federal Reserve, American consumers currently face more than $150 billion in student loan debt. Climbing interest rates have contributed to this growing economic burden, which affects career college graduates more severely than any other post-secondary demographic. Even the President got involved, signing a memorandum to make federal loan terms more forgiving and affordable. …Read More Here

Nursing Jobs Are Becoming Harder to Fill

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Practical Nursing

Nursing Jobs Are Becoming Harder to Fill

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Nursing Jobs Are Becoming Harder to Fill

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for nurses is expected to grow by 19 percent over the next decade. That’s one of the fastest growing industries in the country! There are several reasons for the growth, such as an increase in need for healthcare services as the population ages and a growing trend to dismiss patients from hospitals sooner, increasing a need for home care nursing staff. However, many employers are finding it difficult to fill open positions with qualified applicants. This could mean disaster for the healthcare industry in the very near future as positions remain unfilled and patients do not receive quality care. …Read More Here