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Median Hourly Rate: $15
"As an administrative assistant, your job will be to perform a wide variety of office support tasks within the organization while supporting the employees and supervisors of the department to which you are assigned. Your main duties will involve answering, screening and directing phone calls from clients and customers, while greeting our walk-in guests."
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Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)
Median Hourly Rate: $11
"A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is an health medical professional that works in a variety of healthcare environments, including hospitals, nursing homes, retirement communities, and physician offices."
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Registered Nurse (RN)
Median Hourly Rate: $27
"A registered nurse (RN) may be employed in a variety of medical settings, including physicians' offices, schools, hospitals, prison settings, and assisted living facilities/nursing homes."
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$31,056 - $83,623
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Business Administration
$37,090 - $108,367
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Computer Science (CS)
$48,726 - $127,478
$35,680 - $108,836
$51,137 - $148,063
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
$46,943 - $146,251
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration
$45,461 - $136,337
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