Why Become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN): Dollars and Sense

Career Advice, Career Planning
At Salter School of Nursing and Allied Health, we believe Practical Nursing is a field populated by people who radiate compassion and caring. Much of their reward lies in the satisfaction of helping others return to and maintain health. Yet, for those still considering the nursing profession, it's also important to look at the return on investment in both time and finances. Review the reasons to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. Demand for Licensed Practical Nurses Before seeking an education, it's essential to look at the graduates' employability. LPN graduates enjoy an extremely high rate of employability. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for LPNs should grow by 12 percent between 2016 and 2026, which the organization calls "faster than average" growth. Many factors have prompted…
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A Sample Resume for Culinary Arts Students

A Sample Resume for Culinary Arts Students

Career Planning, Culinary Arts
Learn how to present your experience and professional skills to impress a hiring manager. Are you ready to apply for your first job after completing your culinary arts training? It’s an exciting time! You’ve learned more than how to prepare food and run a kitchen. Now you also have practical experience and insight into the nuances of nutrition as well as the business side of working in the culinary arts. To get your first job, you’ll need a good resume that highlights your skills and training. Depending on where you’re applying for work, people in a variety of positions may be looking at your resume, so you want to think about what they’re looking for. You may need to modify your resume with every job application you submit. Who will be…
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