Trading a blue collar for pink?

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So-called “pink collar” jobs—that is, jobs in fields that have been historically dominated by women—are among some of the fastest-growing and most secure nationwide. Nursing, medical assistant, and nurse aide positions all fall under this umbrella. Traditionally, these jobs have offered lower pay rates and less prestige precisely because they were considered “women’s work”, but times are changing, and the current economic climate may force some blue-collar workers to re-evaluate their role in the labor force.

Medical Billing & Coding: A Career with Opportunity, Flexibility, and Security

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Medical Billing & CodingMedical Billing & Coding is a popular technical training program, and for good reason: Employees in this field are an integral part of the current U.S. healthcare system. Medical billers and coders apply specialized numerical codes to any diagnosis, service, or procedure offered by healthcare providers. These codes are utilized in creating medical records and filing insurance claims.

Medical billers and coders can build solid careers in any part of the country, including the Gulf Coast region. If you’re from the Hammond or Greater New Orleans area and are looking for a springboard to career stability or a change in career direction, there are several good reasons to look into the Medical Billing & Coding program at Compass Career College.

What tools can I use to find the value of my career training?

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CalculatorTrying to calculate the impact of tuition, fees, student loans, and job prospects on your long-term financial success can be a confusing exercise. You may have to consider many different angles of your personal situation to accurately compare the short-term costs with the long-term gains.

The good news—at least if you choose Compass Career College for your technical education—is that there are a number of ways to offset the expense of pursuing the training required for a new career. Because CCC has maintained the strict standards required for national accreditation of their programs, students at CCC may apply for several different types of financial aid. A strong reputation for excellence and positive community partnerships also equal unusually high certification and job placement rates for graduates of CCC programs.

5 Reasons to Consider Becoming A Licensed Practical Nurse

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StethoscopeLicensed practical nurses (LPNs) are an integral part of any healthcare team, whether they’re working in a hospital, long-term care facility, or clinic. Direct patient care is the top responsibility for LPNs. They provide much-needed balance to the administrative side of the healthcare system, which can limit a registered nurse’s or physician’s time with patients.

Some people may say that pursuing a 4-year degree and becoming a registered nurse is a better path to career success, but in truth, licensed practical nursing can be a more logical and attractive choice for many who are looking to enter the field.

What's the difference between Compass Career College's CNA and MA programs?

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Three program options at Compass Career College fall under the umbrella of Allied Health. While the Medical Billing and Coding program is fairly straightforward, two of these programs, Medical Assisting and Certified Nurse Aide, can lead to some confusion regarding how and where each fits into the Allied Health arena.

Both the CNA and MA training programs at Compass Career College provide outstanding instruction and experience for anyone in the Hammond or Greater New Orleans area who is interested in embarking on a career in Allied Health. But what do you need to know to decide which program is the right fit?


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