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woman working on the computer.
If you’re the kind of person who loves technology and you’re interested in working with computers, pursuing upskilling or further credentialing in the computers and electronics industry could be a great way to start a new career or advance your current one. For people who are already working full time and want flexible training options, Penn Foster’s online computers and electronics training is a perfect solution that allows you to work online at your own pace.
construction technology.
If you’re the kind of person who loves working with your hands, pursuing a career in the construction trades is a great option, and one that can provide wonderful job security and competitive pay. Not only that, for people who are looking to pursue a job that doesn’t require them to spend years of time or tons of money on education and training, the construction trades are a perfect career option for people wanting to start working relatively quickly.
Paula Peper and her daughter Madison.
Paula Peper needed a school that worked with her family’s agricultural lifestyle. She made the decision to enroll her daughter, Madison, in Penn Foster’s online High School Diploma Program. Here’s how Penn Foster helped them.
Medical assistant posing for camera.
As the healthcare industry continues to be a booming field, there are ample job opportunities for skilled medical assistants. If you know that you enjoy helping people and want to make a strong impact where you work, this could be a rewarding and exciting career path for you! Since you’ve come across this article, you’re likely already drawn by the possibility of becoming a medical assistant but are trying to figure out how exactly to get there. Would a career diploma or an associate degree program better suit your needs to achieve both your short-term and long-term goals? Here are a couple of factors to consider when making your decision.
Person walking on log in forest.
Sometimes trying to figure out what you’d like to do for a career can be a challenge. If you’re looking for something you’re passionate about, hobbies can be a great starting point to help you decide what path is right for you. If you’re the type of person who loves the outdoors and is happiest when surrounded by the natural world, a career in forestry and wildlife conservation might be exactly what you’re looking for. There are a lot of diverse roles in the field, so keep reading to find out which one might be a good fit for you.

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