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over 6 months ago

Dental Assistant 🦷 Administrative & Clinical Tasks

⭐️Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of a dental assistant looked like?! Here is a list of responsibilities:⭐️

🪥Answering phones and scheduling appointments 🪥Updating and maintaining patient dental records 🪥Overseeing patient check-in procedures 🪥Coding and preparing insurance forms 🪥Scheduling referral and testing appointments 🪥 General office administration 🪥Showing patients to their exam rooms 🪥Preparing patients for procedures and/or surgeries 🪥Assisting with procedures such as fillings, crowns, and extractions 🪥 Making dental Impressions 🪥 Sterilizing dental tools and equipment 🪥 Post-procedure clean-up 🪥 Generally chair-side assisting of dentists and hygienists #DentalProgram #Career #Job #Certified

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Ricky Henderson
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Before your interview at #Certified Research Company make sure to...

DON'T go to certified research company they DON'T care about you and they want you to do other jobs than what you are to be doing. And it goes all the way up to the main supervisor.

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Chad Barnes
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over 6 months ago

Before your interview at #Certified Research/Imperial Security make sure to...

Looks somewhere else.

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Dominique Murray
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over 6 months ago

I’m so nervous to start from scratch but I’m trying and slowly building…I can’t wait to make enough to rent an office space…still increasing my knowledge after multiple trainings! I would love to spend more time home with my two kids.. here’s to new beginnings #workfromhome #certified

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I felt proud to work for #JV Industrial when...

When I worked at JVI, early 2000's, I was,(am) a certified Plus Boilermaker, with over 10 years experience in oil refineries across the country. In addition to being a boilermaker, I am also a rigger/pipe fitter/forklift operator/maintainance mechanic. I'm currently semi-retired and collecting disability. (anything available under the table?) lol. #certified plus boilermaker/rigger I am not interested in health benefits as I have Medicare and an Advantage Plan. I am 58 years old.

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Introduction: A job seeker asked, “Is a professional certification worth the effort?” “Are there any advantages to holding a professional certification in your career field of choice?”

Response: The question is, will the certification pay off as much as completing a degree program? 1) Significant positive impact on your qualifications; 2) Given same consideration as a degree completion; 3) All things being equal, can help you edge out the competition.

Advantages Explained: Significant Positive Impact on Your Qualifications First of all, a professional certification can have a significant positive impact on the job-related qualifications that your potential employer perceives you to possess. Some employers place a lot of weight on the additional knowledge or skills that you possess by having passed a certification exam. Even if you have completed a forma degree program directly related to your field, the certification is like “icing on the cake.” So, that is number one.

Given Same Consideration As Degree Completion Then, number two, is that in some professions or career fields, certifications are given the same or almost the same consideration as degree completion. So, lets say you went to college, but did not complete your degree program; however, you obtained your professional certification that directly related to your field of expertise. An IT professional who was also a hiring manager told me years ago, that he gave a higher level of consideration to candidates who held certain certifications than those with degrees in the field. He did so because his observation was that certification preparation often equipped individuals with more of the workplace-applicable competencies needed on the job than than those gained in a degree program only.

Can Help You Edge Out the Competition Finally, all things being equal, lets suppose that you are one of two top candidates for a job. You and the other candidate hold degrees in your field, but you also hold a professional certification, but the other candidate doesn’t. Your certification could be enough to help you edge out the competition.

Think about it, isn’t that what we all want to do when we aspire towards our dream job? We want prove that we have that extra “it” that pushes us across the finish line before our competition gets there. So, a certification could be a way to accomplish that.

In Conclusion: With the cost of formal education rising seemingly each semester, some people are opting for a professional certification in lieu of an additional degree.

I hope that the information that I’ve shared with you today is helpful to those of you who are considering sitting for a professional certification related to your career field of choice.

If you did find this information helpful, please scroll down where ever you’re viewing and leave me a comment. Or, ask your very own job search related question. Who knows, it could be featured as one of my future posts.

So, as always…

Career Search Success to You! Go Get Your New Job! #professionalcertification #certified #certifiednodegree

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Michelle Williams
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over 6 months ago

#Certified Activity Director #Business Administration #Data Entry #Clerical

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Hi i am located in Houston,Tx have my Twic card & Forklift license and looking for something using my Twic card hoping to find a job in a Plant if any would be able 2 give me some information on jobs or someone i could contact Thanks

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