There are quite a few healthcare careers which only require an associate degree.
Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Dental Assistants, Radiation Therapists, Nuclear Technicians, Registered Nurses, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
I am employed as an Application Systems Developer, I have been in IT for almost 30 years. My highest income was just short of $110,000 and I have an AS in Data Processing. I have server as a Team Lead, a Supervisor and a Department Manager. I have never let my lack of a BS hold me back.
One career that I know can be secured with an Associate degree and promises both gratification and decent compensation is respiratory therapy. Like other healthcare professions, even respiratory therapy offers great job prospects and growth opportunities. To find out more details about RT training programs, check out the degrees available at California College San Diego respiratory therapist school.
http://www.cc-sd.edu/healthcare/associa … ry-therapy
by Marissa5 years ago
What are the top ten degrees to have or pursue while we are dealing with this economy?
by yeagerinvestments6 years ago
How can I change careers at 30?I am looking to change careers from being a probation officer to possibly physical therapy or occupational therapy. I would love to hear from anyone in those fields.
by Anjili5 years ago
Do job search websites give us expected results?
by Lisa Brown4 years ago
How much would you invest in whatever you would need to change careers?
by Glenn Ryall5 years ago
Which is the Most Popular Healthcare Profession?According to my info it's Nursing. What do you think?
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