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melissa in Madison, Tennessee

82 months ago

Tina in Atlanta, GA said: I need help new from californaia and graduated in 1992 as a medical assistant from Bryman College who owns GMI. Hey sister out there I need you help if possible

try to go through a staffing agency like kelly. it helped me

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melissa in Madison, Tennessee

82 months ago

alicia in Brooklyn, New York said: Becoming a MA is a waste of time the only jobs that is hiring are hha,lpn,cna,pca and rn's now!!!!Im glad that I went to school to become a cna because I got a job right away. All these nursing schools just want your money so they will tell you anything for it.The best thing to do is find out whats hiring before you get cerified in that profession

That is true it is hard finding a MA job. some nursing homes will hire MA and train them to be a tech and certify them. I work as a a Tech in a hospital and as a MA for a staffing agency. I prefer the Ma position. Better hours,pay,and less stress on my back.

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Dina Williams in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

81 months ago

I just graduated in 12/2007 and i can't find a job anywhere most place are asking for 2 years of experience. Can you please help me?

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Charmaine in Atlanta, GA

80 months ago

I graduated in November 2007 as a Medical Assistant and I still can't find a job. I search the Net a lot but companies want at least 6 months experience. How do I gain that experience if no one will hire me? Can anyone help me?

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Karen

80 months ago

Try handing your resume in private practice offices. They're more flexible. That worked for me.

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Jillian Smith in Chattanooga, Tennessee

80 months ago

I just graduated on February 10, 2008. I am ready to get out there. I looking forward to work, BUT I can't find anything. Everyone wants you to be Certified and wants you to have experience. The only experience I have is my externship. I won't be able to sit for the certification exam until June. Can someone help me find I job please? Will someone get give me a start in their office?

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zenat in Suwanee, Georgia

79 months ago

Hi,

i m doing MA course now,but when i read these mails it make me so confuse.all time i think m i doing right?is so job crisis in this field?Please give some advice so i can build me from now for future.Good Wish for all.

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SABRINA BROWN in Franklin, Tennessee

79 months ago

I believe that you need to go back to school for LPN.That is what I am going to do because of the way it has been about getting a job. Also when they first came up with a Medical Assistant it was a big thing but now it is not.

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anna in Columbus, Ohio

77 months ago

Hello I am a certified medical assistant and I can't find a job, If anyone can help please contact me I am willing to relocate!!!! thank you

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Brain Malton in Boston, Massachusetts

77 months ago

Helpful online medical assistant classes are available at www.medassistant.org

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Jane_Medical_Assistant_1974 in New York, New York

76 months ago

i took online medical assistant classes at www.medassistant.org and they were very helpful. other medical assistants also in our office are taking them and the doctors have paid for us to take them online. i recommend this program to everyone that wants to be a medical assistant. they really explain everything you need to know.

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Jane_Medical_Assistant_1974 in New York, New York

76 months ago

i took online classes at www.medassistant.org to be a medical assistant and they were very helpful. i have a job working at downstate medical in new york. i recommend this program, it was very helpful.

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LC in Cleveland, Ohio

76 months ago

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Jane_Medical_Assistant_1974 in New York, New York said: i took online medical assistant classes at www.medassistant.org and they were very helpful. other medical assistants also in our office are taking them and the doctors have paid for us to take them online. i recommend this program to everyone that wants to be a medical assistant. they really explain everything you need to know.

Why would working medical assistants need to take online medical assistant courses?

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Ayesha in Brooklyn, New York

75 months ago

I have job in healthcare now.So please don't send me any more message.

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Alba in Norwalk, Connecticut

73 months ago

Samantha Malone in New Haven, CT said: Hi, I would like to get a jobs working in the medical asst field I looked and looked and I just cant find anything please help me i live in Newhaven c.t and my e-mail address is hazle16@netzero.net I look forward to hearing from u thank you

Hi Samantha,

There are tons of jobs for Medical assistants in the Greater New Haven area. Are you certified? I find a lot of people are not taking the test and then having a lot of difficulty. You might also look at jobs listed as office assistant for both medical and dental. Sometimes the ads are just rubberstamped. Take the time to apply even if it indicates it needs 3 years of exp. If you have worked another type of job for 3 or more years, you have experience and are a stable employee. Then your externship should help with your experience. Don't give up. I work with grads all day long in job searches, so I know the jobs exist. Its a matter of finding a way in the door. My previous blog 16 months ago (listed below) also gives hints. but do not hesitate to get dressed and walk to offices that aren't even advertising and present your resume and yourself. Sometimes that bit of initiative is impressive ...and you may walk in the day someone is leaving a position and not yet been advertised. Good Luck. Alba Fleming, Director of Career Services Stone Academy. Hamden, CT

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Ivy Hasson in Cherry Hill, New Jersey

73 months ago

I recently have graduated from Medical Assistant school and i have had a really hard time finding any type of work i have the medical background and i starting to become extremely frustrated . It seem that no where in my area is hiring and if they the area are outside of my state . I am truly in desperate need of some help if anyone has anything in the southern new jersey area please let me know about it . Thank you

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MARILYN in Tampa, Florida

70 months ago

I just graduated as a medical assistant and i'm looking for a job in the medical field. I did my externship in a peditrician office and i learned the back office and the front.I'm love working with kids and i'm great at giving shots and working the front office.Is there any one out there hiring at this time because i really need a job.Is there any one that can help.

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Dee Dee33 in Portsmouth, Virginia

68 months ago

Hello Everyone,

I understand how everyone is feeling.. I graduated in May 2007 with my Associates Degree in MA with clinical focus.. I haven't found a job since. How come everyone wants you to have a yr. exp.and school extern doesn't count.

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JESSICATALAVERA in Tacoma, Washington

68 months ago

Hi! my name is Jessica and I'm recently graduate as a Medical Assistant and I can't find a job, I'm now working for a Physical Therapy and also physiatrist Dr. but not as a medical assistant, and office assistant, I like this job but I want to look for an MA job, specially in I would love to work for a hospital, Can you Help Me? I live in Tacoma Washington. Thank you.

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Alba Fleming, East Haven, CT in Branford, Connecticut

68 months ago

Many of my medical assistants begin their careers in doctor's offices. The hospitals are really using a lot of medical assistants as employees under different titles, i.e., unit secretaries; It is very important to get in two years of experience in the medical field under the titles these facilities offer. Make sure you are certified. That helps a lot. Because so many people are attending schools for this career, you have the competition of LPNs who do have administrative skills as well. Be sure to make an impact on your resume about your clerical skills (computer). Doctors want someone who can handle the front and back in their offices. They should be well rounded in their skills. Many doctors also are now in group settings. Research large doctor groups. They use anywhere from two to five medical assistants in their facilities. Also, you might try and add phlebotomy to your resume. It gives you more opportunities with specialities that include blood drawing right on their premises. Good Luck

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Zen in Toronto, Ontario

67 months ago

Hi,

Do any one give me some effective employment job agencies name for Medical Assistant in Atlanta.So i can hook up with those agencies for get a job

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Louvina Smith in Wellsville, Kansas

67 months ago

You probably will have to go to Health care or Home Agencies in atlanta or docotors' offices to seek employment. Try Health Cliincs or may the Atlanta school district. I wish you good luck. Look up on theinternet for medical assistant jobs.

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Sheila

66 months ago

Hello Alba I live in Fairfield County and was looking for a Phlebotomy program, but was unable to find anything local. DO you have any suggestions?

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Alba in Waterbury, Connecticut

66 months ago

I think there is a Phlebotomy course at Gateway College ....or you might look into working at Quest Diagnostics starting in their laboratory in Wallingford. They hire 90 prob period and then if you don't miss any days and they like you, you go full time. They also have training programs in phleb for their employees.

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layla in Van Nuys, California

65 months ago

I went to UEI in burbank back in 1995. the school has since closed down. i was told by the staffing agent that "you know they wont hire you" and got turned down everywhere. speed to 11 yrs. later and my only job at mervyns now does not exist. im looking to use that diploma and cant everybody wants exper. and see that the job market is flooded with foreign workers. please help!!

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Mina in Fremont, California

64 months ago

I live in Fremont, Ca. I just graduated from school in April and looking for a MA job. I applied to several places and they all want at least 2 years experience, which I don't have because I am a new grad. If anyone has any info, please help.

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powell in Laurens, Iowa

64 months ago

Hi
I graduated in October 2008 as a medical assistant with a concentration of office management and haven't found nothing yet and really would like to have some help. I need a job to pay my bills and my school loans.

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Alba Fleming, East Haven, CT in Madison, Connecticut

64 months ago

I f you graduated with a good solid foundation of office skills, just go into any office position in any industry and utilize those skills, master them. When you have a few months using Excel etc. you can use the term "mastered excel, outlook, etc and people will see that on your resume. Don't worry about the fact that you are a Medical Office Professional...concentrate that you know the office skills. Review your med stuff, but get into someone's office and SHINe. They will take that information and go with it. Believe me it works. Good Luck.

alba fleming

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Rosana in Boca Raton, Florida

63 months ago

zenat in Suwanee, Georgia said: Hi,

i m doing MA course now,but when i read these mails it make me so confuse.all time i think m i doing right?is so job crisis in this field?Please give some advice so i can build me from now for future.Good Wish for all.

Unfortunately I graduated in 05/2009 and i was so excited to find a job. Now turned a nightmare for me, no one wants to give me a change, they always asked for a least 1 year of experience. I am so stressed with the situation.

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Alba Fleming, East Haven, CT in Branford, Connecticut

63 months ago

Once again I find myself trying to help all of you new grads. Get out of the funk. Stop looking for the words "medical assistant" in job ads. You are qualified to look at several positions that will allow you to use all of your newly learned skills and build your resume... Look at research positions, laboratory position (try to get lab positions that help you build your phlebotomy hours). Doctors will look at people who have lots of time drawing blood. Look at front desk positions and show your "stuff" offering to help out in the clinical area. Don't miss a day of work and you will move up quicker than you think. My percentage of Medical Assistants being hired right after graduation (within 2 months) is at 87%. Believe me...you need to get in the door under another title and prove that you are a fantastic medical assistant. Would you hire a babysitter to watch your children for 8 hours a day if she has never been around children? No. You might start her out as a part time after-school sitter and watch how she handles that. You are just like the hiring doctor. So...look for part-time positions, per diems, temp positions etc. Prove yourself...But don't get bent out of sorts because someone wants experience. Pretend you are the person hiring someone? Look at all titles under medical positions. Read the description carefully. Highlight everything you know you can do and then respond to the ad. Also...don't look at the required time of experience. A lot of people click on these sites and dont' do the right clicks. Go for it. They will take someone new who has the courage to GO FOR IT!...... IF YOU WANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH ME OUTSIDE THIS FORUM, FEEL FREE albafleming@comcast.net. I am in your corner. I'd like to start a business just for you and other new grads. Good Luck!!!

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Alba Fleming, East Haven, CT in Branford, Connecticut

63 months ago

Charmaine in Atlanta, GA said: I graduated in November 2007 as a Medical Assistant and I still can't find a job. I search the Net a lot but companies want at least 6 months experience. How do I gain that experience if no one will hire me? Can anyone help me?

Get off the net. Respond to ads that have fax numbers. Drop your resume off at the door of facilities you are interested in. Get their card and call them the next day. YOU HAVE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN

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MA31 in Olympia, Washington

61 months ago

Tina in Atlanta, GA said: I need help new from californaia and graduated in 1992 as a medical assistant from Bryman College who owns GMI. Hey sister out there I need you help if possible

Hey girl I am sorry its beed hard, but there is hope out there. Some may say that I got lucky but I graduated from a tech school in 2001 and hit the applications... nothing for six mos and I was starting to get discouraged. I think with any profesion just out of school its the same thing, no work no experiance. That doesnt mean that becoming an MA was a bad idea. After six mos I landed a job at the University of Washington, because I wouldnt leave them alone! My manager preferred that I had no bad habits that came from other clinics and schooling was fresh in my mind. Thats what you should tell your future employers. " I am a clean slate for you to show me how your clinic wants it done " Since moving from that job location it opened many other doors. I accually worked as an opthalmic technician, optician, billing specialist and all because I had a good head start as an MA. I think it also really depends on the area where you are. In bigger cities there is a HIGH demand for MA's. And the perk is you almost never work weekends. If anything start some where as a receptionist or clinic worker to get your foot in the door. You have to apply and push them even if the say "experience" required. Employers want the right fit more than anything, I have done alot of hiring for clinics and can tell you its true. I have moved again and have picked up a job as an MA after not doing it for four years, and I will tell you I had to hit the books again. I dont have my certification from the state just my diploma that I got when I graduated. I havnt needed it yet, they still have to get you your Health Care Assistant Lic. from the state when you start. Your employer does that for you, and the doctor is your delegator. Thanks for listening and good luck to you all!!!

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MA31 in Olympia, Washington

61 months ago

MA31 in Olympia, Washington said: Hey girl I am sorry its beed hard, but there is hope out there. Some may say that I got lucky but I graduated from a tech school in 2001 and hit the applications... nothing for six mos and I was starting to get discouraged. I think with any profesion just out of school its the same thing, no work no experiance. That doesnt mean that becoming an MA was a bad idea. After six mos I landed a job at the University of Washington, because I wouldnt leave them alone! My manager preferred that I had no bad habits that came from other clinics and schooling was fresh in my mind. Thats what you should tell your future employers. " I am a clean slate for you to show me how your clinic wants it done " Since moving from that job location it opened many other doors. I accually worked as an opthalmic technician, optician, billing specialist and all because I had a good head start as an MA. I think it also really depends on the area where you are. In bigger cities there is a HIGH demand for MA's. And the perk is you almost never work weekends. If anything start some where as a receptionist or clinic worker to get your foot in the door. You have to apply and push them even if the say "experience" required. Employers want the right fit more than anything, I have done alot of hiring for clinics and can tell you its true. I have moved again and have picked up a job as an MA after not doing it for four years, and I will tell you I had to hit the books again. I dont have my certification from the state just my diploma that I got when I graduated. I havnt needed it yet, they still have to get you your Health Care Assistant Lic. from the state when you start. Your employer does that for you, and the doctor is your delegator. Thanks for listening and good luck to you all!!!

I just wanted to say to Alba... your right. Just get in the door as any sort of technician or medical personal and you will move up.

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Christy Cummings in Jonesboro, Georgia

60 months ago

Hi, I graduated from a Medical Assistant program in June 2009 and am seeking employment in or around Metro Atlanta, I am willing to travel. Before finishing the program I worked as an Administrative Assistant and I volunteered as a Home Care Provider. I also completed 160extern hours at an Internal Medicine/ENT practice. So if anyone could be of any assistance to me that would be great. Here's my email CummingsChristy@yahoo.com THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP AND GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR JOB SEARCHES. *DONT GIVE UP, BECAUSE TOMORROW MAY BE YOUR DAY*

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cathyp47 in Covina, California

57 months ago

I am a 62 yr. old recent graduate from a medical assisting college in Covina, CA. My attendance & grades were perfect, but no one cares about that. BUT NOW ----- I can't find a job. I completed my internship, but the jobs I see online say "1-3 yrs exp; M.A. Certification required; Phlebotomy Certification required;".......or don't bother to apply.
What's a person supposed to do? I am considering taking a phlebotomy class.

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Dra Langford in Windermere, Florida

55 months ago

Hi
Iam a Doctor in D.R iam trying to find work as a medical assistant in central fl, iam bilingual and resident in usa; please somebody help me i dont care haw much i get pay i just want a job in the medical field. my email adress is dracoralislangford@hotmail.com

sincery Cora

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beverlyglory in STONE MOUNTAIN, Georgia

55 months ago

Charmaine in Atlanta, GA said: I graduated in November 2007 as a Medical Assistant and I still can't find a job. I search the Net a lot but companies want at least 6 months experience. How do I gain that experience if no one will hire me? Can anyone help me?

Hi Charmine, Try your local hospital/clinic, they hire in the ER department and phlebotomis. Also try Kelly Nursing Agency.

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faye holt in Ocala, Florida

53 months ago

alba fleming in West Hartford, Connecticut said: I am in the New Haven area and work with graduates of the Sawyer School, Hamden.
Many students are putting their resumes on line and not receiving results because they are not following the little rules and regulations that would help their resume to stick out. You should make your cover letter exciting and leave enough room to get the attention of the reader. Use buzz words that indicate you are well versed in your field. Medical Assistant positions vary. You might want to look for medical secretary or receptionist in order to get your foot in the door. Then once you have that position, be sure to utilize your academic skills whenever possible (even if you are not getting paid). Offer the option of doing an internship for a short period to prove your qualifications. Look at the larger medical practices that house more than 3 physicians. They always need help, even if they have not advertised. Dress professionally and have ten fresh resumes to deliver to offices of physicians. Go on line and order free business cards to attach to your resume. Take the name of the doctor as you visit and call back to speak with the Office Manager about the potential positions. Take the time to do this at least twice a week. I find in person contact gets the job quicker than on line . Offices that offer fax numbers also are much better about getting back to potential hires. Good luck to all of you.
Alba
Alba: I also graduated from the sawyer school years ago as a medical assistant. Can you tell me how does your medical assistants become lpn's is their a accelerated program or does the medical assistant have to start over from scratch.
Thanks faye

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alba fleming in Guilford, Connecticut

53 months ago

Call me at the Sawyer School on Monday April 26 and I will assist you

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JFL6024 in Spring Hill, Florida

53 months ago

Frankk in Herndon, VA said: Hi Tina,

Here are some links which may help.

I guess you've tried the obvious, searching medical assistant jobs in atlanta on indeed:
www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Medical+Assistant&l=atlanta

The American Association of Medical Assistants has some helpful information on their site including a salary and benefits report
www.aama-ntl.org/resources/careercenter/salary_benefits.aspx

The department of labor also puts out a report on the position:
www.bls.gov/oco/ocos164.htm

Are you having trouble locating suitable positions or are you having trouble getting the positions you want?

I hope these links help - good luck in your search.

I graduated two months ago and took my state examine to be a licensed rma ,still no job i need help with a good resume.

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Jane Wright, RN in New York, New York

53 months ago

We sent a few of our employees form our medical office to the www.medassistant.org program, I must say they really learned a lot. The program was of high quality and very affordable, we will be sending more of our medical assistants though this program in the future and I would recommend them highly!

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sammy in Conway, Arkansas

52 months ago

Rosana in Boca Raton, Florida said: Unfortunately I graduated in 05/2009 and i was so excited to find a job. Now turned a nightmare for me, no one wants to give me a change, they always asked for a least 1 year of experience. I am so stressed with the situation.

oh i know how you feel. i graduated in dec 2009 i did find a job after 6 months. well it was in dialysis never did dialysis in my life told them that in the interview. well the trainer that was suppose to train me she didnt like me or something. so she decided to tell the clinic manager that i wasnt getting it and they let me go. i geuss alot of people think that we know their policies or what because i know in medical assistant you don't learn dialysis or how the machines work. i think alot of medical jobs people are lazy and they don't want to train. i know my externship was at a chirpractic office and really there you don't learn alot about injections or learn about lab. so yea you have to be trained in those area's . so yes it is hard to find alot of ma jobs that are willing to train and give new grads a chance.

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eden in Norcross, Georgia

51 months ago

my name is eden I graduated from medical assistant school in 2009 i cannot find a job job job please help

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jfl6024 in Spring Hill, Florida

51 months ago

faye holt in Ocala, Florida said: Alba: I also graduated from the sawyer school years ago as a medical assistant. Can you tell me how does your medical assistants become lpn's is their a accelerated program or does the medical assistant have to start over from scratch.
Thanks faye
I have not been able to get a job as a medical assistant,everyone tells me i need at least 6 months experience any solutions out there.

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jfl6024 in Spring Hill, Florida

51 months ago

I was thinking about going back to school to become a lpn at galen ,because i can't find a job as a medical assistant any suggestion's.

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azul200922 in Houston, Texas

47 months ago

I am a Bilingual medical assistant in SW Houston not been able to find a job I graduated in August 2010 and no one will give me a chance I need help.

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anitalynn729@yahoo,com in Silverdale, Washington

43 months ago

I graduated from National College in TN with a 2yr associates degree in Medical Assisting with a 3.94 GPA and passed my RMA with a 96% this past November 2010 and can not find employment. Everyone want 1 year experience NOT including your externship. How in the world are you supposed to get around that? I need employment and my school made it seem as if there would be no problems as soon as i graduated. I moved out here to the Pacific Northwest,Bremerton WA and even with Seattle so close...same situation ..1 year or more experience wanted. I have talked with former classmates still in Tn...They have the same problem. This May I have to start paying my student loan...what is a solution for this? I feel like I wasted 2 years of my life for a career that no one wants to give me an opportunity in.

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sarah in Satellite Beach, Florida

43 months ago

jfl6024 in Spring Hill, Florida said: I was thinking about going back to school to become a lpn at galen ,because i can't find a job as a medical assistant any suggestion's.

I was told that they are phasing out LPN and medical assistants are supposed to replace this field. I cannot fing a job as a Medical Assistant and I have been out of school for about 4 months and I am getting really frustrated. They want all this experience which I don't have and I even change fields to go to medical assisting school because I heard there were alot of employment opportunites in medical assisting

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Jasmine in Chandler, Arizona

1 month ago

hi I need help ! I just graduated in March and have been looking for an MA job, I found one but they did not have the time or means to train me in there small office so I couldn't stay. I am currently working as an CNA but would real like to work as an MA but I don't know where to apply or look. I have looked on indeed and other sites and even posted an add on Craigs list, I got a few interviews but they said I need more experience. Please help I need a job asap!!!

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