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Health Careers.

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S: my life as a bunch of stuff. :D

FC: A Day In The Life Of Dr. Reesey Scruggs

1: ~Dental Laboratory Technician ~Central Service Technician ~Respiratory Therapist ~Recreational Therapist

2: Dental Laboratory Technician's can take mold's of any patient's teeth to help create crowns or things such as dentures. Dental Lab Technician's are very limited with what they can do with the patient's. They are very close alliance's with the actual Dentist. | Day In The Life Of My Dental Technician Career | Pay/Hours/Outlook $36,020 annually; Average growth in the outlook; Hourly Wage is $17.32 and work at around 40 hours per week. | Education/Skills Education required is high school and on-the-job training. A Bachelor's Degree is needed(College, Vocational-Technical Institutes, Armed Forces). Certification of Dental Technician is most of the time required to work; Skills-Thinking, Ability to Learn, Communicable, Listening, and Good Speaking.

4: Central Service Technician | Central Service Technicians clean instruments to help prepare for use. Recording cleaning results, attending hospital in-service programs are also a necessity. | Pay/Hours/Outlook $30,350 annually; Average growth in outlook; The hourly wage is around $14.59. | Education/Skills High School is required and training. Along with clinical assignments and general education courses. Major in Sterile Processing Technician would be great. Skills-Monitoring, Listening, Thinking, Analyzing, and Speaking. Employment is a possibility in any hospital or surgical centers.

6: Respiratory Therapist | Respiratory Therapist's help patient's with breathing disorders or after surgery. They analyze and perform diagnostic testing. Respiratory Therapists worked in respiratory care, anesthesiology or pulmonary medicine departments of hospitals. | Pay/Hours/Outlook $46-$53,000 annually; There is expected increase in the outlook of this career; $17.43 is the hourly wage and they work hours needed. | Education/Skills gHigh School and Training are required. Associate(least) and Bachelor's Degree would either be required. To work professionally a Certification of Respiratory Therapy will be needed. Also, training and licensing would be useful. Employment in hospitals, home care, and nursing facilities. Skills-Listening, Analyzing, and Patience.

8: Recreational Therapist | Recreational Therapist's provide treatment and activities to help individuals with disabilities or illnesses using crafts or dancing etc. The mental/physical/emotional well-being is usually improved. | Education/Skills High School is required. Bachelor's Degree in Therapeutic Recreation and Associates Degree in Recreational Therapy. training and work experience is sufficient. Credentials: Certification Therapeutic Recreational Therapist. Skills-Patience, Listening, Analyzing, Observing, and Speaking. Employment in nursing facilities, rehabilitation centers and hospitals. | Pay/Hours/Outlook $40-$50,000 annually; Hourly wage is $19.84; 40 hours a week; Outlook is average.

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Reesey Scruggs
  • By: Reesey S.
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  • Title: Health Careers.
  • Dental Laboratory Technician, Central Service Technician, Respiratory Therapist, and Recreational Therapist. :D
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  • Published: about 6 years ago