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BSN Vs. Associates in Nursing
by aaffleck in Education
Registered nurses (RNs) comprise the largest occupational sector in the health care field. An associate's degree of nursing (ADN) and a bachelor's of science in nursing degree (BSN) each fulfill the educational requirements for an RN. Your career goals can help you determine which educational path is right for you. Time FrameAn associate's degree in nursing requires two years of college and is

Art Associates Degrees
by KeithTalent in Education
An associate of arts degree is intended to provide a foundation for students who wish to go on to work toward a bachelor of arts degree. Knowing which associate degrees are best suited to your future education and career path is important when you are choosing schools and programs. Associate of Arts in General StudiesAn associate of arts in general studies degree allows the student who has succ

RN Associates Programs
by John Tate in Education
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the demand for registered nurses in the United States will increase by 22 percent from 2008 through 2018, resulting in 581,500 new jobs in the field. An associate degree in nursing is typically the fastest path to beginning a career as a registered nurse, and a large number of colleges and hospitals in the U.S. offer such programs. Carrying the approval

How to Get an Amazon Associates ID
by walkur in Internet
With the program Amazon Associates, Amazon.com offers users the ability to refer people to products on their website, and in return, they gain a commission from their order. Upon acceptance into the Amazon Affiliates program, each user is assigned a special Associates ID that they must use in order to get credit for any sales that they refer to other users.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions

How to Get a Good Job With Your Associates Degree
by LukeG in Careers & Job Searching
Most career counselors will agree that obtaining any degree will increase your chances of obtaining a job in a competitive job market. When there are several candidates to interview for a position, the employers most often weigh the candidates with higher degrees heavier than those candidates with lesser degrees. There are numerous careers that only require an associate's degree and have great sal

Requirements for an Associates Degree
by Brian Drum in Business
An Associates Degree is the most basic college degree you can earn after high school. It generally takes two years of full-time study. Associates Degrees are usually offered at community colleges, although some four-year colleges and universities also offer them. They are popular because they cost less than more advanced degrees and usually prepare the student for a career with fewer years of stu

Types of Associates Degrees
by Piercarlo Slavazza in Education
An Associate's Degree is a two year degree that can be received from a junior college, community college, online college or even a standard four year university. Many jobs require higher education that is specifically tailored to learning certain skills and tasks rather than the broader and more comprehensive classes that must be taken in order to achieve a four year degree. Many Associate's Degre

What Kind of Job Can I Get With an Associates in Architecture?
by compcons in Careers & Job Searching
Architecture is one of those rare career fields that combines an artist's creativity with a mathematician's precision. Perspective architects, then, may wish to test the waters, so to speak, with and associate degree in architecture. Such a degree provides not only a foundational base for those looking to pursue further education in architecture, but can also be used as a tool to start gaining on-

Associates in Nursing Schools
by Mike Bakalov in Education
Students become registered nurses, or RNs, by completing a degree program then passing the National Council Licensure Examination along with any state-specific tests. Degree programs exist at the master's, bachelor's and associate degree level. An associate degree in nursing generally is a two-year course that prepares a student for a staff position at a hospital or other inpatient facility. It al

Duties for Sales Associates
by Rob Northen in Careers & Job Searching
Sales associates are responsible for attending to customers and maintaining good customer service in a retail environment. The job is physically demanding because it requires a lot of standing for extended periods, walking around the store and lifting of merchandise. Sales associates also work many varied hours that often include nights and holidays. Customer Servicecustomer serviceRL Productio

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