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For the Certified Professional Coder, Salary and Job Growth Are Good News

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We all know the headache of trying to make sense of medical bills. But if you're a certified professional coder — someone who turns physician notes and healthcare exam results into medical code — all that complexity represents a fine career opportunity, with salaries rising and job growth looking robust through at least 2024.


Tips for the Working Mom: How to Juggle Career and Family

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Field trips. Daycare germs. Babysitting backfires. Morning meltdowns. Pediatrician appointments. Class parties. These are just a few of the extra demands that the working mom has to juggle along with job responsibilities. And while we want to be a patient, present mother for our little ones, we want to be an indispensable employee, too.


Time for a Do-Over: How to Overcome a Bad First Impression

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We’ve all had the experience of meeting someone for the first time and making a bad first impression – the cringe worthy kind that makes you wish you had a time machine. While you can’t turn back the clock, there are things you can do to try to change a less than optimal first encounter to a positive second impression.




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