Top tips for scoring a job as a vet tech

Keep these tips in mind when looking for a job as a veterinary technician.

Have you been thinking about pursuing a career in veterinary technology? If you are already enrolled in a veterinary technician program, then you are well on your way. Vet techs have the opportunity to work directly with animals and assist veterinarians in their duties.1 Before you begin…

Best states to work as an RN

If you're studying to be an RN, consider working in one of these states.

As you near the end of your registered nursing program, it’s time to start thinking about where you would like to begin your nursing career. When you take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN), you have to submit an application for licensure to the board of nursing in the state…

Save Money while Saving the Environment

Save Money Save Environment

When companies often charge substantially more for green and organic products, sometimes it feels like the whole green environmentalist movement was a plot to bring in more revenue. And with insurance payments, hospital bills, or children to take care of, spending those extra dollars to go green…

Top careers that don’t require a four-year degree

Careers that do not require a 4 year degree

Whether you’re thinking about studying for online college degrees or even just taking a few accounting classes, you might be wondering about your prospects of finding work after graduation. In today’s uncertain economy, many people are worried about whether investing the time, money and effort…

Study tips for the pharmacy tech certification exam

Use these tips to study for your pharmacy technician certification exam.

As you near the end of pharmacy technology school, you are no doubt beginning the process of studying for the pharmacy technician certification exam administered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. While earning your certification isn’t required in all states, it will improve your…

Celebrate Constitution Day with Carrington

Constitution Day

On September 17th, 1787 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 39 delegates of the Constitutional Convention gathered to sign the Constitution of the United States of America. The Constitution served as the foundation for the governing of our nation and a model for other democratic governments in the…

Transition to new program will have huge impact on medical coding

New medical coding techniques and standards are on the way.

With the transition from the ninth to the 10th version of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) coming on Oct. 1, 2014, there is about to be a major change in medical coding training.
Physicians across the country are already worried about the…