Many employers prefer medical assistants to have postsecondary education such as a certificate from an accredited health care institution or an associate's degree, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medica... More »

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Become a medical assistant instructor by obtaining your medical assistance certification and working in the field to obtain practical experience, then locating instructor positions through job hunting sites, such as Simp... More »

To become a medical receptionist, an individual must complete at least a high school diploma or General Educational Development and possess essential skills, including good time management, good interpersonal communicati... More »

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While no formal education is required, earning a certificate or associate's degree from a trade school helps an aspiring optician, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS reports that half of states req... More »

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Whether an individual pursues a bachelor's degree, associate's degree or nursing program diploma, required coursework for nursing involves classes in anatomy, physiology, microbiology and chemistry, states the Bureau of ... More »

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To become an X-ray technician, also known as an MRI or radiologic technician, an individual must earn an associate's degree, and possibly become certified or licensed, depending on the state, says the U.S. Bureau of Labo... More »

Legal assistants need either a community college associate's degree in a paralegal program or a certificate in paralegal studies if they already have a bachelor's degree in another subject. Some employers also train bach... More »

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