Hi everyone,I am planning on getting ready to take the CMLA test (AMT), and I would appreciate any recommendations on some good study guides, books or any online references I should use. I already bought and read the CMLA Study Guide from Doctor's Management, but I don't think it would be enough. I also bought the Practice Tests from ExamEdge, but the questions that I've seen from the practice tests have nothing to do with what I've studied so far.I wouldn't want to keep spending blindly, and I'...
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I tried look for any jobs but they mostly require customer service skills or phone calls. I am deaf and can talk and read lips well. What kind of jobs that get paid very well?
I am willing to learn and I work hard and do not miss days. I am in school for criminal justice and have taken some accounting and computers classes as well. I would enjoy doing this kind of work for learning with my course.
I have an AS in Chemistry and am looking for a part time job in my area while I go to school. Can anybody help?
I graduated recently with BS Degree in Biotechnology. I am having hard time to find a job in this field.If anyone have a helpful tips and suggestion let me know
I have recently gotten my AAS in biotechnology and the only experience i have is my internship. all of the available jobs are asking for at least 1-3 years experience. how do you ever get that experience if you can't get the first job without it?
over 10 years in phlebotomy.interested in possibly drawing blood from people in assisted and nursing homes. took a cna refresers coarse, so i'm ready to go. hiring people in their 30's is ok, but don't forget about the rest of us.
Iam going to school to prepare myself for the test to become a nurse.I really would like the opportunity to learn how to be a phlebotomist and if the job will train best for me.I will do my best to be learn and prepare myself for the task. sincerely. mayda
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