Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field

March 13, 2014 by  
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Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field
There are many perks and benefits to working in any job related to the medical or healthcare industry. Here are several reasons why you should consider pursuing a career in the medical field.

Good compensation
A career in the healthcare industry would always be a lucrative opportunity. Due to the high demand for highly skilled health care workers, the earning potential will also remain high. The higher your skill sets are the better your pay becomes.

High demand – always.
There is never a shortage of demand for careers in the medical field. Every year, the demand for new doctors, nurses, medical equipment operators, midwives, dentists, even medical transcriptionists increase. You can be assured that there would always be a job for you in the medical industry.

Always exciting, Never boring
With the advent of new technology, the medical field is bombarded with lots of exciting new innovation and breakthroughs. There is always a cutting-edge technology in the medical field as well as new boundaries to test and discover. There is never a dull moment in a career in the medical industry and as long as you are committed to be a lifelong learner, you will always find something new.
Further, the learning in the healthcare industry never stops. You can always choose to pursue higher fields and become more specialized in certain fields.

Opportunity to touch lives and make an impact
Working in the medical industry means a chance to alter a life in one way or another. As a medical practitioner you deal directly or indirectly with life. It is in this industry that you can save lives by healing people and you can impact their families with what you do. No matter how seemingly small or menial your task is – be it dispensing medicines in the pharmacy, or transcribing a doctor’s notes or being the doctor himself – you are, in one way or another, connected to the life being saved or healed.

As a result, you’ll always feel needed when you are working in the medical industry. And consequently, caring for other people will bring about satisfaction and importance to your purpose in life.

Meet and interact with different people.
There would always be a wide variety and type of people you will encounter. They can be your patients or your peers. You will also encounter other healthcare professionals outside your peer circle like researchers, technology experts and scientists. With all the interaction happening, there is never a dull moment in the healthcare industry and the opportunity to forge friendships always abound.

One of the best ways to be at the forefront of the medical industry is to become part of a good learning institution capable of training you in the medical industry and Infotech Career College can help you on that path. They offer courses on pursuing a career in the medical field and can help you lay the foundations for a successful career in healthcare.

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February 17, 2014 by  
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More Business Forecast To Buy Twitter Followers In 2014

January 10, 2014 by  
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Now more than ever, the Internet and social media have dominated all aspects of modern life. To be seen carrying around a flip phone nowadays it considered a shameful act, while not having a Facebook or Twitter account sets off the “creeper” alarm in our society. Businesses started to understand the gravity of our Internet addiction more than 10 years ago, thus jumping on the social media cash cow and rode it all the way to the bank…or so we thought. “Selling clicks,” or the process of paying for fake endorsements such as Facebook likes or more recently buying Twitter followers, has become big business in recent years. Millions of fraudulent endorsements across multiple social media sites have exploded, causing grossly inflated numbers of people “liking” various businesses in an attempt to increase its customer base and social media presence. All the big-wig social media sites have been hit by the influx: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and even Pinterest.

Numerous “click farms” sell companies fake Twitter followers in exchange for a fee, in the hopes of improving sales and brand recognition. Fresh Followers.net, one of the many sites that sells fake Twitter endorsements offers customers a chance to buy 1,000 Twitter followers for the low price of $15 with guaranteed delivery within 1-3 days. For $50 you can pick yourself up a nice group of 10,000 new followers.

This sleazy practice is not simply limited to commercial companies however. Many celebrities have been buying followers as well to garner greater popularity within the Twitter community. Everyone, including celebrities and businesses are trying to achieve (and maintain) a mirage of a massive fan base so as to hold up against the increasingly stringent competition. This sad display is reminiscent of a puffer fish in its last moments when facing a predator, the huge size isn’t fooling anyone…you still end up as lunch.

When will this madness of buying Twitter followers end you may ask? Sadly, not anytime soon. It is projected that the buying of Twitter followers will increase exponentially in 2014. As long as there are people willing to buy, the “click farms” will keep on selling. Also, this scandal goes all the way to the top, for the US State Department was even involved in buying Facebook likes ($630,000 worth to be exact). The lack of government regulation allows for the bad business practice to continue virtually unchecked. It makes us as a society question the validity of that huge number of followers Burger King now has or if Britney Spears is truly that “likable.” The question from now on when I log in to my Twitter account will always resonate in my mind is: Will the real followers please stand up?

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