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MyMedicalAssistingDegree.com Provides School-Search Help for Students
Date:11/14/2008

New medical assisting resource helps students connect with schools and education information.

Seattle (PRWEB) November 14, 2008 -- For students pursuing medical assisting degrees, choosing the right school just got easier. With the launch of the My Medical Assisting Degree website (http://www.mymedicalassistingdegree.com/), students can learn about medical assistant training options, compare schools easily and request information from admissions representatives.

In addition to making it easy for students to contact medical assisting schools, My Medical Assisting Degree also provides extensive informational resources that can help students make important decisions about their medical assisting training and career. Students will find information about what medical assisting school will be like, the career outlook, and more. They’ll also get advice about whether to pursue medical assisting certification and what factors to consider as they decide on a medical assistant program.

The health care industry is growing steadily, which means it’s a great time for people to consider medical assistant career training. And with the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting 35 percent growth in the number of medical assisting jobs by 2016, students completing medical assisting degrees can expect to find a wider array of job opportunities than ever before.

“Medical assisting is an exciting job opportunity for students who want to help people live better, healthier lives. It can also be a good first step toward a variety of other rewarding health care careers,” says Amy Balliett, product manager for My Medical Assisting Degree. “By making it easy for students to get all the information they need and contact schools that interest them, My Medical Assisting Degree is designed to help students take the first step toward a stable and personally rewarding career.”

About My Medical Assisting Degree

My Medical Assisting Degree is a comprehensive online directory of accredited medical assisting programs and medical assisting career resources. They strive to be the finest resource available allowing prospective students to:

  • Search for schools by degree
  • Compare and research schools
  • Request free information from schools
  • Explore education options and career paths
Their mission is to help students find the medical assistant training and education resources they need to realize their personal goals. For more information, visit www.mymedicalassistingdegree.com.

Press Contact:
Amy Balliett
Product Manager
(888) 404-8043 x7597
asdbschools@gmail.com

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