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Can you actually get a job with a certification?
I want to take a certification course in medical assistance but am worried that no one will hire me since it isn't a college degree. Do jobs actually hire people who only have certifications?
- RICKLv 71 month ago
Most medical assistants are certification not degrees
- ?Lv 62 months ago
Certificates of completion are available for a variety of areas, including cyber security, emergency management, marketing and project management. These certificates can attract employers and help you get a job – particularly if the job requires some education, but not a degree.Source(s): https://heetsabudhabi.ae/
- Anonymous2 months ago
Only if the place hiring is desperate.
- notLv 72 months ago
For that job they often require certification. They don't require a degree as they want cheap assistants. They do want experience so some sort of school that can get you a internship is ideal. It is also ideal to make a great impression during internship and get hired by that company.
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- A HunchLv 72 months ago
Its spelled Assistant.
Pretty much every medical office in the US has at least one medical assistant that has a certificate. They get hired all the time.
-- however, there is no way to guess if you will be hired.
- PaulLv 42 months ago
A college degree is evidence that you've learned something.
A certificate is evidence that you've done something.
For example, a person can have all the academic credentials for a field such as accounting, but they can't become certified until they've worked for an accounting firm for a certain amount of time (to become a CPA).
Whether a certificate is valuable completely depends on what job they're hiring for.