Data Entry and Information Procesing Workers
Our world is overflowing with numbers and information.
Now that most businesses and institutions store that data in computers, we need an army of people to put the information into the system …and get it out again.
That’s the job of Data Entry and Information Processing Workers.
They often learn their skills in high school, or through career school courses. Once hired, employers also provide training on particular systems view more
Physician Assistants Job Description
The occupation of physician assistant originated in the 1960’s when Army medics received additional education enabling them to help physicians with routine medical tasks. Since that time, employment opportunities for PA’s (“pea-a’s), as they’re called, have expanded rapidly.
That’s because physician assistants have the training to take medical histories, give physicals, order and interpret lab tests, and stitch up minor injuries—among many other things view more