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Is not it annoying? You're looking at next month's calendar to schedule a meeting with a client, you go to their contact record for their phone number, and when you go back to the calendar, it's re-set to today. You have to do extra clicks to get back to the date you were looking at. Same thing happens if you pull up a contact, then go to your calendar, tasks, or email. When you return to contacts it goes to the beginning of the alphabet, and you have to hunt again for the correct contact.

Here's the solution. In the navigation pane on the far left, right-click on the new folder you want to go to, then left-click on "Open in New Window" in the submenu. It opens a new window on top of the existing one which remains open underneath. Drag one window over, and you can view both contacts and the calendar (or the taskpad, or whatever) side-by-side. If you want to view multiple contacts and dates you can keeping opening new windows – your only limit is the size of your monitor.

Use Your Inbox as a To-Do List

This one is more of a time management tip that applies to any program you use for email, not just Outlook. Most people, once they've deleted unneeded emails, simply leave the 'keepers' in their Inbox. This can lead to serious email overload. An acquaintance of mine has over 8,000 emails in her Inbox!

Instead, create folders to store emails you must keep. The result – your Inbox only holds new messages and those you still need to act on; everything else has been filed away. Your Inbox becomes an extension of your To-Do list. This improves productivity and reduces the number of things that "fall through the cracks."

See the Entire Day and Evening at a Glance

Would you like to see all your day and evening hours on the calendar without having to scroll until your wrist hurts? Here's how: Right-click on calendar background. (You can be either in the daily, weekly, or monthly view, just so you click on the background and not on an appointment.) In the submenu that appears, click on "Other Settings," and you'll see a dialog box labeled "Format Day | Week | Month View." Set the Time Scale field to "60 minutes." Now you can see all the day & evening hours without having to scroll up and down.

Outlook Tracks Your Activities, Past and Future

An excellent, little-known feature in Microsoft Outlook is the Activities tab of the contact record. (In Outlook 2007 it's a button, not a tab.) The Activities tab contains a comprehensive list of every meeting, task, and email related to every person or company (ie, contact) in your Outlook database. If you use the journal to make notes of important phone calls, they're listed here too. You must remember, though, to link meetings, tasks, and journal entries to the appropriate contact – unlike emails, they're not linked by default. Try it – you'll spend far less time looking for information in Outlook once you get into the habit of using the Activities tab.

Sorting Your Contacts

Need to sort contacts by criteria such as which project are they related to, what industry are they in, or where you met them? Or maybe you need to sort tasks by project or client? Sorting this way is a huge time-saver, but you first have to label your contacts and tasks. Frankly, the best way is by use custom fields, which is easy to do in Act! or Goldmine.But unfortunately, in Outlook – if you want more more than name, address, phone number, department, etc. – you're moving into programming.

A easy workaround is to use categories instead of fields. Categories are accessed via the command button in the lower right corner of the contact, appointment, and task dialog boxes. This button takes you to the Outlook's Master Category list where you can create new categories for client, project, referral source, industry, or anything you wish. (You can also delete any the default categories you do not need.) Once you've created your categories, it's easy to assign contacts, tasks, appointments, journal notes, and emails to categories. There are situations where shoehorning categories to make them do the work of fields can cause problems down the line, but for many people it's adequate.

Syncing

The built-in Outlook-Palm sync utility is limited and will only sync a limited number of categories. If you create a lot of custom categories, you'll need to buy a decent sync program. Check out those from DataViz, CompanionLink, or Chapura.

Backing Up ALL Your Microsoft Outlook Data and Views

There are 2 kinds of people – those who have lost their contact database and those who will. If you've customized your Outlook and then tried to restore it from the pst back-up, you've learned the hard way that it does not look like it's supposed to. Sure, Microsoft's website explains how to do a complete back up, but the instructions are so complicated that I suspect anyone has understood them, much less gone through the whole process. A great alternative is Eazy-Backup * software – check it out!

* The usual disclaimers apply. My mentioning these products is not a guarantee of any sort. Obviously, you should not change anything until you 've completely backed up your files. You already do that, right?

Copyright Jan Jasper 2008

Source by Jan Jasper

Sometimes in life you have to deal with the customer from hell. I've been fortunate. Most of my clients have been great to work for. Of course, I always try to give more to the client than is promised; when the client gives more to you than is promised, well, it makes for a great day.

Sometimes though you get the client from hell. Nothing you do is right, you do not get paid or worse. With that in mind, here's a little 'cheat sheet' for all you aspiring photojournalists to help you from getting burned "like I did recently.

# 1 ALWAYS GET IT IN WRITING – Last year I did a gig for a client in Wyoming on spec. The client liked the photos as well as the story that I wrote up to go with it. When I bumped into the client in DC this past winter, he told me they had expanded the program and invited me along to cover it. Since this client and I had a good relationship and I had a good, warm fuzzy feeling about the gig I sealed the deal on a handshake. The gig went south was before it even started. My client told me to meet the company driver in Memphis, TN and I would be given a lift to northern Arkansas where the gig was to take place. After I bought the ticket, the client changed his mind and wanted me to meet the driver in Little Rock. He made no attempt or offer to compensate me for the penalty I incurred for having to change the tickets. Thanks to a good friend in Helena, Arkansas, Ben Adler, I was not left stranded, but I could've been.

# 2 MAKE SURE THE YOU KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THE CLIENT'S SCHEDULE – The gig in Arkansas was to last four solid weeks. Mid way through, my client had a change in schedule. He and his staff left the area for a week and did not care enough to check in with me to see what I might need while they were gone. If it was not for two new friends, David and Dana, I would've been at the campsite for an entire week "alone.

# 3 INVOICE AS YOU GO – The client and I had agreed on one price; which was to be paid on a monthly basis. At the end of the month, the client came to me, look my hand and said,; Great photographs. We'll see you in Colorado. That's it? No money? If I had been invoicing the client all along I could have pointed out to him the unpaid invoices and were better positioned to insure he honor them before we take this gig to the next location. As it was, I had to make a snap decision on the spot to either cut my losses and leave then or hope things would get better in Colorado.

# 4 MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHO PAYS FOR ANY PENALITIES OR FINES CONNECTED IN ANY WAY WITH THE GIG YOU'RE SHOOTING – My client had reserved a campground for two weeks. In addition to the camping fee, there was a $ 3 per person daily charge and a $ 7 per vehicle daily charge. Just counting 6 participants and myself, the fee owed was $ 21 a day! $ 21 X 18 days = $ 378 that the client owes the Colorado State Park system. And my client wanted to know why I did not pay it.

# 5 MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHO YOU'RE WORKING FOR – The client that hired me for this gig was not the person I would be answering to. Since last year when I first worked for this client, he had hired a Program Director to take care of the day-to-day operations of the organization. A little more due diligence on my part would've uncoated this and maybe solved many of my problems.

Yes, sometimes in this business you get the client from hell; a little pre-planning and thinking through the worse possible scenarios will reduce the risks of your getting burned.

One final bit advice; when you meet the client from hell, do not get into a shouting match. Do not make threats. Do as I did; remember what goes around, comes around.

Source by Jerry A Nelson

Sometimes in life you have to deal with the customer from hell. I've been fortunate. Most of my clients have been great to work for. Of course, I always try to give more to the client than is promised; when the client gives more to you than is promised, well, it makes for a great day.

Sometimes though you get the client from hell. Nothing you do is right, you do not get paid or worse. With that in mind, here's a little 'cheat sheet' for all you aspiring photojournalists to help you from getting burned "like I did recently.

# 1 ALWAYS GET IT IN WRITING – Last year I did a gig for a client in Wyoming on spec. The client liked the photos as well as the story that I wrote up to go with it. When I bumped into the client in DC this past winter, he told me they had expanded the program and invited me along to cover it. Since this client and I had a good relationship and I had a good, warm fuzzy feeling about the gig I sealed the deal on a handshake. The gig went south was before it even started. My client told me to meet the company driver in Memphis, TN and I would be given a lift to northern Arkansas where the gig was to take place. After I bought the ticket, the client changed his mind and wanted me to meet the driver in Little Rock. He made no attempt or offer to compensate me for the penalty I incurred for having to change the tickets. Thanks to a good friend in Helena, Arkansas, Ben Adler, I was not left stranded, but I could've been.

# 2 MAKE SURE THE YOU KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THE CLIENT'S SCHEDULE – The gig in Arkansas was to last four solid weeks. Mid way through, my client had a change in schedule. He and his staff left the area for a week and did not care enough to check in with me to see what I might need while they were gone. If it was not for two new friends, David and Dana, I would've been at the campsite for an entire week "alone.

# 3 INVOICE AS YOU GO – The client and I had agreed on one price; which was to be paid on a monthly basis. At the end of the month, the client came to me, look my hand and said,; Great photographs. We'll see you in Colorado. That's it? No money? If I had been invoicing the client all along I could have pointed out to him the unpaid invoices and were better positioned to insure he honor them before we take this gig to the next location. As it was, I had to make a snap decision on the spot to either cut my losses and leave then or hope things would get better in Colorado.

# 4 MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHO PAYS FOR ANY PENALITIES OR FINES CONNECTED IN ANY WAY WITH THE GIG YOU'RE SHOOTING – My client had reserved a campground for two weeks. In addition to the camping fee, there was a $ 3 per person daily charge and a $ 7 per vehicle daily charge. Just counting 6 participants and myself, the fee owed was $ 21 a day! $ 21 X 18 days = $ 378 that the client owes the Colorado State Park system. And my client wanted to know why I did not pay it.

# 5 MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHO YOU'RE WORKING FOR – The client that hired me for this gig was not the person I would be answering to. Since last year when I first worked for this client, he had hired a Program Director to take care of the day-to-day operations of the organization. A little more due diligence on my part would've uncoated this and maybe solved many of my problems.

Yes, sometimes in this business you get the client from hell; a little pre-planning and thinking through the worse possible scenarios will reduce the risks of your getting burned.

One final bit advice; when you meet the client from hell, do not get into a shouting match. Do not make threats. Do as I did; remember what goes around, comes around.

Source by Jerry A Nelson

Is location a big factor in scouting for a cosmetic dentist? How about choosing between Florida and Texas? Wherever you may be, cosmetic dentists are sprouting like mushrooms so it will not be hard for you to avail of their services. Regardless of your life status, whether you are a lawyer or a student, it is a common trend that more and more individuals are paying attention to one of the most important parts of our body — our teeth. The contention is that our teeth speak about the true state of our body. Aside from exerting extra effort in keeping our teeth and gums strong, we also make a good effort in making our teeth in white and sparkling condition.

In the past, cosmetic dentists are only linked to the wealthy class as well as upscale celebrities because of their price tag. Luckily at present, anyone can already tap the services of cosmetic dentists wherever you are a high paying Hollywood actor or an average beach bum earner in Florida.

Choose Your Desired Cosmetic Dentistry Service

Cosmetic dentistry deals with various dentistry procedures to include tooth bleaching, shaping of the tooth enamel, tooth bonding and sculpting, fitting of dental bridges or pontics, braces and retainers, veneers, dental implants, and even gum lifts. Its focal role is to provide a well rounded dental care plan to improve the health, look, and function of your oral cavity and its components.

So that perfect smile is absolutely attainable through the help of our cosmetic dentists. These professionals make a skilled of improving your sweet smile for boosting your confidence level. Name it your cosmetic dentist can perform minor or major overhaul to achieve your desired tea condition.

Important Considerations In Choosing The Cosmetic Dentist

The initial step is to pay a visit to your cosmetic dentist. He or she will then evaluate your dental status and identify the desired dental procedure. In this stage you may have to ask the expected outcome, expectation in the treatment stage and maintenance type consideration. This type of information and other related concerns should be discussed thoroughly. Aside from telling you what you need to know, your cosmetic dentist should also spend time evaluating your dental situation and identifying your expected needs.

There are cosmetic dentists in all parts of the country. In Florida alone, there are thousands of listings for cosmetic dentists. The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, however, issued an advisory to all concerned to choose cosmetic dentist with authentic degree and with the latest know how in cosmetic dentistry. Past patients experience is worth considering.

Your choice of a cosmetic dentist is an important factor in undergoing cosmetic surgery. It could be a confusing and difficult process. The choices are on hand but in the end, it will boil down to your decision. As long as you make an effort to perform your homework, you can smile with confidence after your trip to your cosmetic dentist.

Source by Blaise Breton

While searching for a dentist you will want to review dentists overall ratings online, as well ask around and see what friends and family have to say about their own dentists. The information gleaned from these reviews allows you to begin to narrow down your choices to the best possible candidates and eventually make a final decision.

When you do dentist ratings online and elsewhere, you will want to pay close attention to several key pieces of information, which include services provided, training, costs and location. When performing research on dentist, you will want to take note of what each dentist specializes in. If you require no special treatment and have rather healthy teeth, then a general dentist practice might work best. On the other hand, if your teeth are relatively healthy but require improvement in appearance, your Review dentists search should focus on practices offering cosmetic dentistry. For those with children whom may need braces or some form of corrective services now or possibly in the future, should focus on orthodontists.

At this point in your search of dentist sites and ratings, you will have gathered a list of possible dentists based on the specialties and you will want to take that a step further and find examine their training in said specialty. Find out how long they have been in practice and what sort of continuing training they partake in and which dentists education and training will best suit your needs. Most review sites or the dentists own site will have the training the dentist has undergone and this will help to reduce the list of possibilities further.

Finally, focus on the dentists located in areas convenient for you. Those that are in close proximity to either your home or work place make it easier for you to get to especially in the case of emergency. The last but certainly not least factor in deciding which dentist is best from the dentist site will be the costs for procedures. This is especially important for those who are uninsured but even with insurance there are certain procedures that are not covered.

So be sure to contact the dentist’s office to inquire about prices on procedures that you are interested in and those that you anticipate needing.

Source by Arslan Ahmed Hassan

Cancer menace has pushed the world health and research institutions to task on how to combat it and eradicate its growing prevalence across the globe. In 2015 cancer was the leading cause of death leading to over 8 million deaths worldwide. With prostate cancer occupying the third position in all cancer-related deaths in men. What is Cancer and what is prostate cancer?

Cancer is a condition that is manifested through unregulated cell growth and these abnormally growing cells known as malignant tumors invade and attack other surrounding organs and tissues. This disease can affect any part of the body. Therefore, prostate cancer is whereby the cells of the prostate gland are triggered by adenocarcinoma to cause a benign form of neoplastic known as prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia. Advancement of this asymptotic stages leads to metastasis and thus a full-blown prostate cancer.

Treatment of Prostate Cancer.

Successful recovery from the diseases can only be guaranteed by an early diagnosis that is, arresting it at the benign stage; however, various treatment procedures have been developed to curb the vice. Among the methods, we have the prostatectomy, radiotherapy, brachytherapy, and chemotherapy. The latest of these is the 3D prostate cancer clinic.

Understanding 3D prostate cancer Treatment

The 3D treatment is one of the non-evasive cancer treatments of the 21 century that was discovered by Dr. Song, and it targets to completely wipe out the cause of the condition, as opposed to the other procedures that are susceptible to recurrence of the disease.

The first step is to identification and marking of the prostate tumor cells by the help of a Trans-Rectal Ultrasound and DRE, pinpointing the actual position of the damaged cells. The next step is the administration of a robust anticancer drug with the help of 3D techniques of injection destroying and killing all the cancer cells. With this, the third stage is employed to help eradicate the accumulated necrotic and toxic cells, by use of medicines that unblock and facilitate the discharge process.

After the treatment, the recuperation process is aided by the use of herbal drugs that promote the general well-being of the patient as well as improving his immunity that will ensure that the condition does not reoccur. All these are offered at this clinics and the aftercare management tips are also availed to the caregivers and the patient themselves.

Conclusion

The best way to curb the cancer menace and especially prostate cancer is by early diagnosis, and since it’s more in older men, regular checkups are advised for any male above the age of 40 years.

Source by Idd Aziz

Your teeth require daily oral hygiene to prevent bacteria buildup, acid erosion and disease that can cause cavities, stains, and eventual tooth loss. A beautiful smile is an attractive facial feature and the right care can assist in the maintenance of pearly whites. It is very important to meet with a dentist on a scheduled basis for a complete dental checkup and fast action to curb future complications.

Processed foods, sugars and starches can cause acidity to accumulate in the oral cavities increasing risk of decay and enamel degradation. Common complaints associated with poor dental hygiene include heightened sensitivity when consuming hot or cold goods and increased cavity formation. Many tooth and gum related problems can easily be prevented with an awareness of the proper care efforts and the assistance of a dentist.

A dentist must be consulted for annual checkups and as soon as pain and discomfort are noted in and around tooth structures and gumlines. A practitioner will look out for signs of deterioration, misalignment, gum health and indications of chronic disease. Early onset of many ailments including cancer can be detected based on a detailed oral examination including risk prevention strategies.

The modern dental practitioner incorporates the latest precision technology to deliver health services with efficiency, accuracy and improved comfort. The dentist can provide comprehensive care solutions in support of oral well-being including 3D imaging assisting in the accurate representation of bone density, nerve location and the positioning of the teeth. It creates a more accurate treatment plan that is highly individualized to provide invasive and non-invasive corrective solutions to treat oral problems effectively.

A routine assessment can prevent the complex and costly surgery and long term therapy needed to improve the healthy condition of teeth and soft tissues. A professional will provide fillings for smaller cavities, root canal surgery, and rehabilitation for major bone and gum damage. The application of dental healthcare services can provide affordable options and prevent against deterioration and painful conditions.

The dentist can treat various oral complications and damages, but also provide cosmetic enhancement options. Severe misalignment affecting the ability to speak and eat in a healthy and non-restrictive manner is improved with balancing and the removal of limitations. Orthodontic therapy is recommended according to individualized assessments from braces to invisalign technology to improve the balance and the appearance of your smile.

Dental therapeutic techniques are available to improve the condition of teeth and gums including preventative care. Patient education includes the correct manner to brush teeth and perform daily flossing to remove food particles and the accumulation of acidity responsible for cavities and ailments. Using a regular mouth rinse can eliminate the presence of bacteria responsible for deterioration and tooth loss.

A high standard of dental care including modern technology, non-invasive and surgical solutions are provided by an experienced and reliable dentist. Managing the condition of teeth and gums relies on routine oral wellness to prevent periodontal disease and complications that arise from a lack of effort. Visiting a practitioner every few months can identify potential problems before it causes major damage and dysfunction.

Source by Jass P Chawla

Keeping a child's teeth clean (even baby teeth) is vital to maintaining his or her overall health and ensuring proper growth and development. Encouraging healthy habits, such as regular brushing and flossing, as well as proper nutrition, will go a long way in keeping a child's teeth healthy. Beyond day-to-day care, scheduling regular visits to a pediatric dentist is essential in preventing infection, disease, and identifying any potential problems in a child's mouth. Following these three essential steps will help to keep a child's teeth healthy.

1. Regular Brushing and Flossing

For adults, regular brushing and flossing might seem like a no-brainer, but for many kids, brushing and flossing can seem like a chore that they would rather avoid. To help introduce a child to regular brushing, it is best to start when he or she is two years old. Early on, take care to only use a small amount of toothpaste (about an eighth of what an adult would typically use). As many young children will swallow toothpaste and not spit it out, it's best to use a fluoride-free toothpaste until a child is old enough to stop swallowing it. At some point, kids will want to brush their own teeth – it's okay to let them, but be sure to give their teeth an extra brush once they've had their turn. Most children will not get into the habit of regularly giving their teeth a proper brush until age 8 or 9.

It is best to start to start flossing between a child's teeth as soon as his or her teeth touch each other. Floss once a day or as needed with either regular string floss or plastic floss picks. Occasionally, repeated proper instruction will enable kids to start flossing on their own. Let them try a few times under supervision, and be sure to reward them for a job well done to encourage continued though flossing.

2. Proper Nutrition

Maintaining proper nutrition for a child is vital in keeping his or her teeth healthy and preventing decay. Frequent snacking of unhealthy foods can increase a child's risk of tooth decay. Foods high in sugar can cause cavities if they are left on a child's teeth for too long. Bacteria eat the sugar left on teeth and create acid, which dissolves enamel. To avoid this, try to limit a child's intake of sugar-high foods and lengthen the intervals between snacks.

3. Routine Visits to A Pediatric Dentist

In order to ensure that a child's teeth remain healthy and develop properly, it is essential to schedule routine visits to a trusted pediatric dentist. Pediatric dental professionals can find and treat early signs and symptoms of infection and structural abnormalities and can provide parents with further information on proper tooth care for their children. Pediatric dental professionals can also provide information and advice on early orthodontics as needed.

Following these three steps will ensure your children are on the right track for proper oral health.

Source by Abigail Aaronson

Of all cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry are the most sought after treatment. Over the last few years, implant dentistry has become so popular that more and more people are opting to improve their appearance, confidence and smile.

This type of dentistry is mainly used in replacing a missing tooth. However, apart from replacing a missing tooth, implants also improves your smile, self confidence, looks, and the way you speak.

Before you decide to have implant dentistry done, take a look at the following 9 myths explained.

1. Any dentist can perform the procedure Implant dentistry is a very technique-sensitive and skilled procedure that requires several years of practicing to perfect. Most people think that all dentists can place implants, where in fact, only periodontists and oral surgeons are trained for this during their schooling. These are the only dental specialists you need to consider when you require implant dentistry.

2. Dental implants require heavy maintenance

They function the same way as normal teeth and therefore, require no more maintenance as the surrounding teeth. Regular brushing and flossing should do the trick.

3. The placement of implants is painful

The fact is, if done correctly, implant dentistry can be one of the least painful procedures. During the placement of dental implants, the patient remains under anesthesia, so the procedure is essentially pain free. However, during recovery, patients may experience mild soreness and discomfort near the affected area. This is temporary.

4. Implant dentistry is costly

Dental implants are not cheap. However, taking into consideration, that the implants are designed to last a lifetime, not only is it an affordable treatment option, but also a great investment.

5. Dental implants are not for old people

Implants are just as successful in older patients as in youngger patients. In fact, dental implants are more popular along the older crowd.

6. Implant dentistry is a relatively new procedure

This type of dentistry was innovated and performed successfully back in the late 1960s.

7. Dental implants costs more than dental bridges

Yes, the initial upfront payment for implants is more expensive. However, the long term savings are sure to make up for it. Dental bridges usually needs to be replaced every 10 years, where dental implants are made to last a lifetime.

8. Dental implants take a long time to complete

Most implant procedures are usually completed within a 3 month time period. However, in some cases, dental implants can also be completed within one single visit to your dentist.

9. You have to replace every missing tooth

If you are missing more than one tooth, you do not need need dental implants for each and every single one of your missing teeth. In some cases, implants can be spaced apart so that when they are restored, they can replace multiple teeth.

Before meeting with your dentist to discuss the implant procedure and treatment, make sure you understand the above mentioned misconceptions associated with implant dentistry.

Source by Lisa H. Mann

CNAs are direct care workers who work in nursing homes and centers for Medicare and Medicaid services assisting elderly, chronicle and disabled residents with ADL (activities of daily livings), personal assistance and daily routine cares under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse or a physician . Nursing assistants must meet federal OBRA and state requirements to perform as an entry-level nursing assistant. The OBRA-87 and the 1989 Amendments also mandate the states in the US to develop state approved Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) for nurse aides employed in the long-term care facilities and other licensed facilities in order to improve the quality of care.

In accordance with OBRA law, the state of NC also requires all individuals to complete the following requirements to work in an entry-level nursing aide position:

  • Complete 105 hours NC Nurse Aide Training Program I consisting of 30 hours theoretical classroom education / lab training, and 75 hours clinical hands-on experience.
  • Pass Competency Evaluation Test featuring independent Written Test and Skills Test.
  • Be registered as a certified nursing assistant in the NC Nurse Aide I Registry.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has dismissed Pearson VUE, a national testing agency to develop, score and report the test results to the state Nurse Aide I Registry. Pearson VUE working with NC Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Service schedules and administrators the Certification Test.

Benefits of NC CNA Certification

There are a number of career advantages for CNAs possessing a Certification in NC including:

  • The Health Care field of the state is highly developed and offers massive employment opportunities to nursing aides.
  • 13.2% of the total NC population consist of elderly people 65 years and over.
  • NC locates more than 120 hospitals and clinics.
  • The state ranks as top-10 among the most populous states of the US.
  • Similar to other states, NC is also passing through acute nursing shortages.
  • The unemployment rate of the state has reached a staggering figure of 8.9% (p) in April 2013, according to the Bureau of Labor statistics Employment report.
  • NC also comes along the top 10 states with highest new nursing assistant jobs.

The growing number of the aging population, higher number of health care units, nursing shortages and dens population population significantly enhances the employment and career advancement opportunities for nursing assistants in the state. In addition, the alarming high employment rate and mass layoff by the service sectors and establishments due to the economic slow-down have also made nursing field an ideal destination for job seekers because healthcare industry of the state is still untouched by the economic upheaval and offering massive career options.

Source by Subodh Maheshwari

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