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Life After Completing a Medical Assistant Program

Posted by Athena Career Academy on May 16, 2019

Looking for your first job after a medical assistant program is an exciting adventure.

Finally, you have the opportunity to show your newfound skills and credentials to the kind of employers who value them. With focus, dedication, and a little basic job search knowledge, you’ll be on your way to starting the satisfying medical career you’ve always wanted.

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Topics: Medical Assistant

How to Write a Medical Assistant Resume That Stands Out

Posted by Athena Career Academy on May 8, 2019

Whether you’re a brand new graduate, eager to begin your new career as a Medical Assistant, or a seasoned professional with years of experience under your belt, it can be a stressful task to compete for available MA positions.

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Topics: Medical Assistant

Why a career as a Medical Assistant is the right one for you.

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Apr 11, 2019

Finding a career path that is personally fulfilling is important, but so is choosing a career that will provide you with plenty of job opportunities. It can sometimes be difficult to find a career that is able to do both. Fortunately, if you're interested in helping people, you can find job security as well as room for advancement in the medical field. Even if you don't have the time or money to attend several years of school, you can still become a medical assistant.

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Topics: Clinical Medical Assistant, Medical Coding and Billing, Medical Assistant

7 Study Habits Every Medical Assistant Student Needs

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Mar 27, 2019

Needless to say, pulling all-nighters and cramming before exams aren't exactly proven study strategies. This is especially true when studying to become a medical assistant. When you are taking classes to become an MA, a lot of important information will be given to you at rapid pace. The training you receive is vital.

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Topics: Clinical Medical Assistant, Medical Assistant