Your dream was to become a nurse? If you want to accomplish this dream, a great way to start is to pursue LVN jobs. LVN is short for Licensed Vocation Nurse. Are you not yet sure if you would like to become a nurse, doctor, or other healthcare professional? If you haven’t made up your mind, and you want to master important medical skills, you should consider phlebotomy jobs. DoctorCPR.com offers a wide range of nursing and phlebotomy opportunities for you once you have completed the requisite training.
To become an LVN, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent such as a GED. There is just a one-year LVN training and education program after high school. One can become licensed by passing the NCLEX-PN, the exam specifically for licensing LVNs. Because in order to become a LVN all you have to do is finish only a year of coursework, it may seem as though the career options might be limited. However, the job outlook for LVNs is outstanding. There will be a 21% growth in this field with the addition of over 150,000 new LVN jobs during the ten year period ending in 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. LVNs will be one of the most in-demand careers, and amongst the top six fastest growing health careers. DoctorCPR.com works with nursing programs and employers from all over the country and abroad to help locate the most desirable opportunities. You can easily upload your resume and start searching our broad selection of outstanding LVN jobs free of charge.
If you are looking for phlebotomy jobs, DoctorCPR.com is also the place to start and end your search. A phlebotomist is a medical professional who draws blood from patients, so make sure you are not squeamish about blood before considering this career. Blood draws by a phlebotomist are essential for laboratory analysis to identify the cause of a patient’s illness. The blood can also be used for life saving transfusions. Working as a phlebotomist helps you develop some of the most critical skills necessary for any medical career. You can use a phlebotomy job as a launching pad to become a medical assistant, physician assistant, nurse, or physician. Phlebotomy jobs require just a short period of training (often from six weeks to fifteen weeks comprising an average of eighty hours of total training). You do not need a college degree to qualify for a phlebotomy job. Many applicants take a basic written phlebotomy certification exam at the end of their training to boost their resumes.
Phlebotomy positions are a great way to start or experience the medical profession.
DoctorCPR.com was created by a group of physicians who wanted to make the top healthcare career resources and jobs accessible to all medical job seekers. We want to help you, “Resuscitate your career” by landing the job of your dreams. If you have any questions regarding our website or blog, feel free to contact us by e-mail or our toll free number anytime. Just visit the “contact us” page on our website. We look forward to watching your medical career skyrocket after using DoctorCPR.com.
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