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Graduates are working in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, New York, and Florida. Potential employers contact me on a regular basis and there are also multiple jobs posted online, almost daily. Starting pay is $12-$15.50/hour and there are excellent opportunities for certification and advancement--one 2010 grad is already making $22/hour! Unfortunately, the public is aware of jobs like nursing, medical assistant, pharmacology or radiology tech, etc but our field isn't as well-known. If someone has an interest in medicine and can't commit to long-term college programs due to finances, family, etc, this is an awesome opportunity for them to consider. They can visit this link for more info: http://www.monroeccc.edu/ccs/lifelong.htm

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