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Students Connect with Stable Careers Through Updated Medical Assistant Career Resources on All Allied Health Schools
Date:7/28/2009

With recently updated career resources, it's a great time to find medical assistant training at All Allied Health Schools.

Seattle, Wash. (PRWEB) July 28, 2009 -- With current unemployment rates reaching troubling levels in some states, medical assistant careers are an oasis of stability. In 2006, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicted 35 percent growth in medical assistant careers over a 10-year period--revealing medical assisting as one of the fastest growing careers in today's economy and an appealing choice for students and career changers alike. And for those seeking answers and options in this dynamic field, All Allied Health Schools continues to be an industry leader in providing invaluable career and education resources and connections to medical assistant schools across the country. In fact, All Allied Health Schools has recently updated their medical assisting career resources in order to provide students with up-to-the-moment information that will help them make informed school and career decisions.

The current boom in medical assisting careers has been fueled by several factors. An aging U.S. population requires more medical services--from routine check-ups to surgeries--so demand has increased for skilled health care workers to meet their needs. At the same time, cost-conscious health care providers are looking for ways to minimize their expenses and are increasingly turning to medical assistants and nurses to perform more tasks that don't require the time and attention of a specialized medical doctor.

Since most medical assistant certificate or diploma programs can be completed in nine months to a year, students will be able to enter the job market quickly. And many medical assistant schools offer online programs with flexible schedules that are perfectly suited for adults with work and family obligations.

"Whether students are looking for salary information, tips on how to select the right school, or an easy way to compare programs at medical assisting schools, we've set out to be a comprehensive resource," says Rebecca Noss, career researcher for All Allied Health Schools. "We hope to make getting career training easier by providing clear, up-to-date information as well as allowing students to compare and contact schools in their area."

About All Allied Health Schools
All Allied Health Schools (www.allalliedhealthschools.com) is an Internet site dedicated to helping people interested in health care careers find the training they need to succeed. Users can search for health care schools, get information about education requirements and read articles about various specialties.

About All Star Directories
All Star Directories, Inc. is one of the Internet's fastest growing publishers of online and career school directories matching millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their education needs. Recently, Inc. Magazine ranked All Star among the top 500 fastest growing companies in the country, and the Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized the company as one of Washington State's fastest growing companies for five consecutive years. From leading research institutions to fast-growing online and for-profit schools, more than 6,000 featured schools trust All Star Directories as the authority in online student recruitment. The All Star network of sites focuses on a wide range of fields and includes such properties as All Art Schools, All Business Schools, All Nursing Schools, All Psychology Schools and SpaBeautyEd.com. Please visit www.AllStarDirectories.com or call 1-888-404-8043 for more information.

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