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If you are looking to start a career in the world of medical care, it is normal to feel overwhelmed with the vast amount of opportunities that lie ahead. This field offers you the opportunity to offer healing, care, and attention when it is needed. Job...
More than 150 students and alumni from West Coast University-Dallas attended an on-campus career fair, hosted by the Career Services team this February.
Senior Career Services specialist Valerie Lopez said several of the recruiters after the fair shared...
Over the next decade or so, the demand for advanced-practice registered nurses, registered nurses, and licensed practical nurses will continue to be high.1 The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a faster than average growth for nursing positions, which...
The projected growth rate for registered nursing jobs is as high as 15 percent for 2016-2026, according to a study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This increased demand for nurses is expected to continue growing as baby boomers age, which creates...
Celia Parra thought she was going to become a physical therapist until she accompanied her grandmother to an occupational therapy session.
"I walked into the session with my grandma and realized this is what I wanted to do," she said. "Seeing...
There is a perception that medical industry jobs are only those that make you part of the medical staff – such as doctors and nurses. However, there is a whole host of non-clinical healthcare careers to choose from as well. These careers offer the...
The friends and family of 20 West Coast University-Miami bachelor of science in nursing graduates filled the Graham Center ballroom at Florida International University on Jan. 19.