Careers in Medical Science

A career in medical science can be a challenging and personally rewarding pursuit. Technicians and medical assistants are vital to the medical industry, working directly with patients and behind the scenes, to deliver critical services to hospitals and doctor offices throughout the world. Explore the job descriptions, duties and training requirements for this fulfilling positions and decided if a career in medical science is right for you.

How to Become a Registered Nurse (RN)

Learn how to become a registered nurse (RN) in this third in a series of articles about careers in nursing. Join the medical field in this highly trained and highly paid profession. It is one of the highest paid jobs available not requiring a degree.

Become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Nurses are in demand and there is financial aid and a forgiveness program for nursing program student loans. Licensed Practical Nurses are only required to have about one year of schooling and can advance into Registered Nursing positions, with appropriate education and licensing.

EMT: A Great Medical Career

When deciding to choose a medical career as an EMT, there is really no other field that offers all of the benefits of the adrenalin rush of an emergency with little to no follow up required.

Pharmacy Technician Certification

Pharmacy technicians are expected to be in high demand over the coming decade. Although some pharmacy technicians receive on-the-job training, obtaining pharmacy technician certification can improve a candidate’s job prospects.

Pharmacy Technician Careers

With a large aging baby boomer generation, careers in the medical field are stable choices. What is involved in pursuing a pharmacy technician career? What is a pharmacy technician, how does a person become a pharmacy technician, and what is the earnings potential?