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  • Everything You Wanted To Know About A Career As A BMET But Were Afraid To Ask

    Careers in the medical field are expected to grow at 14 percent above average through 2028, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Not everyone wants to be a nurse or a doctor, however. Luckily, there are several little know career tracks in healthcare that have nothing to do with patients, blood, or needles, including becoming a biomedical technician.  What is a Biomedical Technician? A biomedical technician, or BMET, is the person on the medical team that ensures all the medical equipment in a hospital or clinic is running properly.
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  • Loyalty Rewards Programs For Fundraising

    As a business owner, donating to charitable organizations or simply helping other organizations make more sales is very rewarding. Committing such thoughtful acts of kindness is also a great way to develop a positive image and reputation for your business, not to mention the possible tax deductions that you can take advantage of. If you have been looking for a way for your business to become more charitable, consider looking into incorporating a fundraising loyalty rewards program.
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  • Considering A Career Change? What You Need To Know About Nurse Coaching

    Do you want to go into nurse coaching? If you enjoy helping others and promoting a healthy lifestyle, take a look at what you need to know to go into this healthcare field. What Do Coaches Do? Think of a coach as a professional medical cheerleader and guide. As a healthcare professional, the coach is a nurse who works directly with patients to help them achieve lifestyle goals. Coaches work in a variety of environments, and all provide assistance and instruction on a one-on-one basis.
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  • Business School: A Gateway To Your Future

    If you have been thinking about getting a degree or an additional degree, you may want to look into business school. "Business is booming", as they say. The world always has need of business owners, office managers, marketing reps, and human resources professionals. A degree in business is a pathway to all of these careers and more. If you aren't quite sure yet about enrolling, understanding what exactly you will be taught may make you feel more comfortable.
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  • Need To Maintain Your Licensing? How To Get It Done Your Way

    Insurance, education, accounting, and medicine are just a few of the fields that have mandatory licensing requirements. If you have gained a license for your line of work, it's important to maintain it. Part of keeping your license revolves around your ability to obtain continuing education credits. It may be time for you to take a few courses so that you can get the credits you need, but you might be struggling to figure out how to get it done without ruining your schedule.
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