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How Much Does a Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Make?

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Medical Billing & Coding

How Much Does a Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Make?

How much Does a Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Make - Centura College

The rapidly aging American population has created a crisis in the health services and insurance industries. There are far more patients than there are doctors, nurses and other medical professionals, so the Federal government has been forced to step in to create incentives to attract more people into these industries. While you need at least a college degree to qualify for most jobs in the industry, office support roles, like medical billing and coding specialists are growing at a rate of over 20% a year, with no end in sight.

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How Much Does a Dental Assistant Make?

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014 in Dental Assisting

How Much Does a Dental Assistant Make?

Dental Assisting | Centura College

You may have grown tired of your hourly retail job. You may have thought that flipping burgers at the amusement park was something that could have lasted forever. However the time comes when you have to look at your career choices and see what is and what is not working. One of the careers many people are misinformed about is a dental assistant. Dental assistants are always going to be in demand and the starting wages for a dental assistant can be pretty tempting. Let’s look at the question and see just how much a dental assistant makes.

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Massage Therapy Employment Opportunities – 10 Quick Tips

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014 in Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Employment Opportunities – 10 Quick Tips

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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.

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Computer Networking Degree: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Posted by on Jul 1, 2014 in Computer Networking

Computer Networking Degree: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Computer Networking Degree The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Centura College

Computer networking degrees are always in demand and often recommended for high school graduates who don”t know where to turn to first. An accredited college degree will always give job seekers a competitive advantage. However, it is important for prospective students to know if this is the right sort of degree program for them. Some of the things to consider include:

  • The prospective student’s ease of using a computer in general
  • Whether there is a desire to work in this field regularly
  • What type of learning experience students want, such as an online or campus program

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