Someone who wants to become an RN, or registered nurse, needs to complete a state-licensed education program, pass a background check, pass a physical examination, and pass a licensing examination. The minimum education ... More »

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One of the following degrees is required to become a registered nurse (RN): diploma in nursing, associate degree in nursing or Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), notes the American Nurses Association. In addition, gra... More »

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The exact amount of time that it takes to become a registered nurse depends on the program. When attending school full time, an associate degree program takes two years, while a bachelor's degree program takes four years... More »

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To become a nurse’s assistant or nurse aide, obtain a high school diploma or GED, attend training through a state-approved education program, and pass a competency exam. Vocational and technical schools, community colleg... More »

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As of 2015, free work history reports are available through LexisNexis if a background or employment check has been performed. Other free options include referencing past income tax forms and using the information from W... More »

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Minimum state-level requirements for licensure or certification as a phlebotomist include a high school diploma or its equivalent, successful completion of an accredited phlebotomy training program, completion of AIDS ed... More »

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Someone looking to be hired in an airport security position will undergo several background checks including those for criminal history records, criminal history verification, air carrier records checks, drug and alcohol... More »

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