Starting over after a long time off due to health to get into coding or records
Hello all. I have been off work due to health issues for about 6 years now. I'm in my 40's, back in school to get my certificate for medical records technician/professional medical coding specialist. I have read that most of the time to get into the field one needs to take a reception job, or just something to get a foot in the door. Admittedly, I have never had to look hard for jobs in the past and this is my first time needing a resume, cover letter, etc.. So this is all new to me. I have a couple of long breaks over the last 15 years or so that I list on my resume as a caregiver, since I was home with my kids. I have put out countless resumes, tweaking it as I get feedback, for the specific job, and just to make it a little cleaner. I am also looking for an internship that I need to complete my program, but have no bites as of yet. Any advice would be great. Thank you in advance.
really tired of looking and being turned down
my name is Lisa I have been on job case for awhile and I have a lot of you everyone, comments about being turned down or not enough work I am in the same boat as you all are I am 51 and I have been turned down on all 180 places that I have applied at they say its my age and not enough work history but that may be right I just need some advice please
For medical assistants who have been out of the medical field for over 5 years and want to come back.
You don’t need to get recertified to apply for a medical assistant position, but make sure you have valid excuse as to why you have not worked in the medical field. Employers will be understanding if a family member was sick or you were furthering your education. The skills you previously attained as a medical assistant are still relevant, so it’s easier for employers to focus on training you for a specific department.
Worried about unemployment.
I am looking for a job since February 2016 and have still have not been successful in landing a job. I am looking for a job in the legal/contracts field. Will this long term gap in my employment history make it difficult for me to get a job ? I am currently keeping busy by reading books related to my field and engaging in volunteering activity in the local aid clinic.
The aftermath of COVID: What worries you?
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