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Posted April 08, 2014 by

Not every medical career needs math!

Female counselor ready to take notes

Female counselor ready to take notes. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Jobs in healthcare are predicted to keep growing over the next 20 years. People who are looking to start a new career know that field of medicine is wide open but many pass up a career in medicine because they think it is beyond their reach. Why? Well, it’s because we think of a pre-med major in college and immediately conjure up images of a geeky looking kid that can memorize and do math. Most people don’t see themselves as “smart” in that way. The point I want to make is that we associate medicine with mathematics but the truth is entirely different. In reality, there are many medical careers that don’t require math and if you’re looking to start a new career, give the healthcare industry some consideration. Think over this: (more…)

Posted September 06, 2006 by

Transcription and Entry-Level Medical Jobs

I like professional associations because there are added perks, plus you can connect with people whom are going through the same types of battles and journeys that you are, or have been in your shoes in the past. It’s a great way to associate with people and know that they will understand you on a professional level. Immediate work-related friends! Okay, not necessarily, but I do see the benefits in attending lectures and seminars to better yourself at your profession or to get that next new opportunity in your field. So, for all you entry-level medical transcription seekers out there the American Association for Medical Transcription is for you.
There is another site that is perfect for all entry-level medical transcription people who a currently college students or recent graduates and I provide the link below. There is a survey that you can fill out as well to matched with work-at-home opportunities. That could be something worth taking if you are like me and would love to not wake up at the crack of dawn everyday for that nine hour grind.
Looking into entry-level medical transcription jobs is as easy as that. I really want to hype the professional association again because it is a great connecting point. Oh, and I almost forgot about
Professional Association: