While money is probably not the only factor you are considering in choosing your future career, you need to know that the education and training required for the occupation are worth it and that you will be able to make a living in that occupation. Although the role isn’t considered a lucrative job, health educators . . .
Earning your bachelor’s degree in health education can prepare you for a fulfilling career with excellent job prospects. If you want to become a health educator, there are a number of steps you can take a high school student to begin preparing to earn this college degree. You might already expect that taking classes in . . .
A Doctor of Philosophy, known by the initials Ph.D. or PhD, has nothing to do with philosophy. It has much to do with academia and research. Except for some fields, such as creative writing and other artistic disciplines, a Master of Fine Arts may suffice to teach at the college level. If you want a . . .
Health care is many things: from the creation of intricate devices that measure health-related metrics to age-appropriate rehabilitative activities in senior citizen centers. "By the numbers" the largest health care roles are related to skilled nursing, counseling of some form, and those providing care as medical doctors. Many health care roles are lucrative, filled with . . .
"Save one life, you're a hero. Save 100 lives... you're a nurse." -Anonymous Everyone wishes for work that's meaningful, interesting, secure, and lucrative. If we're lucky, most of us wind up with a job that fulfills one or two of these wishes. Nursing is one of the only jobs that delivers it all: meaningful work, . . .
The curing and management of diseases have been one of the central aspirations of humans since the dawn of time. Today is no different. Only, for those with a calling to help care and cure for others, there are more ways than ever to get involved. Medicine is one of the most important applied sciences, . . .
Most of us want to help others. Physical therapy is an excellent way to heal people while making a good living. If you're great at making feel comfortable, interested in the human body, and want a fulfilling job that will allow you to work throughout the country, physical therapy might be right for you. In . . .
IMAGE SOURCE What is a Nurse Educator? Nurse educators are registered nurses (RNs) who require an advanced degree in nursing. This gives them the necessary education to teach nursing at the college level. They join the faculty of teaching hospitals, and nursing schools. Some of their duties include formulating the curriculum and assessing the coursework. . . .