Everest News Stories
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No matter where you are in life, if you plan to get ahead, your career, like your body, will need a solid exercise program.
The long-term job outlook for pharmacy technicians in the Orlando metro area is promising, with the number of positions expected to increase 33 percent between 2010 and 2018.
Everest Institute-Decatur Expands Program Offering; Dental Assistant Program Added in Time for the New Year.
DECATUR, Ga. (Dec. 20, 2010) — Everest Institute, one of Atlanta’s leading career colleges, has announced it will add a dental assistant program this January at its Decatur campus.
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Everest College Fort Worth South Campus broadens Associate in Science degree program offerings
FORT WORTH, Texas (December 20, 2010) – Everest College today announced that the Fort Worth South campus has expanded its course offerings to include Accounting and Paralegal associate degree programs. The school has begun enrolling students in each program, both of which begin in January 2011 and take two years to complete.
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Preparing medical insurance claim forms is far more complicated than many people suspect. Here are the various skills it takes to succeed as a professional medical insurance billing and coding specialist
If you’re in high school, believe it or not, this is a great time in your life to plan for the future
Whether you’re presently enrolled in College or reaping the rewards of being a seasoned professional who is well on his or her way to achieving work-related success, there are a number of proven methods that can keep your head above the water and your career on the fast track.
Everest works closely with military and government agencies to offer special benefits, including scholarships and financing programs targeted to reservists, and current and former service people and their families.
An aspirin a day keeps cancer away. Most major diseases do not run in families. Your birthdate may actually affect your personality. These and other stories from the world of health and medicine in this week’s Medical News Notes.
There used to be a rule, which may still carry weight, that resumes should never exceed one page. No one is really sure where that rule originated, but there are millions of job seekers who live by it.