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5 Healthcare Jobs that Require Only a 2-Year Degree

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Think you need to go to school for seven years to get a job in medicine? Think again.

With nothing more than a two-year associate’s degree, you can choose from many careers in a wide variety of medical fields. That includes everything from dental care to equipment maintenance.

There is just one catch: in some cases, you may need to earn additional licensing or certifications. But it still beats spending the better part of a decade earning a degree, not to mention the loan debt you can accrue in that time.

Here are five of the best career paths available to people with associate’s degrees.

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Making the Millennial Mindset Work For You

  • Article by:Health Career Center

If you’ve heard one thing about millennials, it’s that they want everything for nothing. All of the rewards, with none of the hard work.

But the truth of the matter is, millennials are just as willing to work as hard as everyone else. The difference is, unlike previous generations, they demand to know why they’re working so hard. And “because I said so” or “because I had to when I was your age” aren’t good enough answers for them.

For hospitals where seniority is highly valued—and questioning authority isn’t—it’s easy to see why this mindset is such a problem. It also explains why those same hospitals struggle to retain nurses between the ages of 18-35 for more than a few years, before losing them to other opportunities.

However, there are ways to satisfy millennials’ desires and set up your organization for success at the same time. Take a moment to read them below, then visit HealthCareerCenter.com to reach a whole new generation of up-and-coming talent.

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