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As a high-achieving student in high school or college – or both – you want to be smart about choosing a health care-focused career. There are many options, so If you choose to become a chiropractor, you want solid evidence the profession can meet your high expectations. Turns out, right now is the right time to join the chiropractic profession – the third largest doctoral-level health care profession.
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No other career position can make life better for more people in more diverse ways than an occupational therapy assistant – an OTA. You may find that statement a bit over the top, but that's because you haven't realized the history behind occupational therapy, the wide-range of conditions those with an occupational therapy assistant degree can help with, and the results OTAs can deliver.
There's a personal satisfaction when you finally establish a career path that's right for you. And after researching health care careers, you've determined that becoming a radiologic technologist (rad tech), is a great way to help others. However, to achieve the success you deserve, you must be well prepared.