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It’s no secret, the medical field is growing and in need of more skilled workers. This is a great advantage for people interested in work that helps others with a bright career outlook. Medical assistants are needed in a variety of healthcare settings, such as hospitals, physician’s practices, nursing homes, clinics, chiropractic offices, laboratories, and more. With 29% medical assistant job growth projected until 2026 by the Bureau of Labor Statistics , many are looking to hop on the Allied Health train and establish themselves in the field. Interested? Let’s dive into what medical assistant do from day-to-day, and see what types of folks do best in this line of work.
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Patricia Angeles began her career as a medical assistant; she is now an office manager and case work specialist. Read about her experiences with medical assistant training and advice she has for future medical assistants in this Student Life Blog post!
Though formal education is not required for medical assistants, many employers prefer it – and that might be due to the fact that higher education for the job also includes vital hands-on training. Learn why medical assistant education and training is considered so important for employers here!
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Are you interested in pursuing a career in healthcare but unsure whether a career as a medical assistant is right for you? Here are a few ways you can decide whether becoming a medical assistant is the right career path for your professional life.
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Are you considering becoming a medical assistant but not sure that traditional training is right for you? Learn the benefits of becoming a medical assistant online, as well as the differences between online and traditional training, in this Student Life Blog post!

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