Social Media Specialist

Job Description: On the most basic level, social media specialists tweet, post, pin, blog, podcast, and connect with their target audience to build brand awareness. However, their job is really much more complicated than that. Their main purpose is to market their company and/or product to increase and engage their target audience. Take a moment

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Lawyer

Job Description: As Lael Echo-Hawk shares in her story, “Indian Lawyers today are the warriors for our people” (linked below). From advocacy to advising, the work of a Lawyer is heavily dependent on the type of law they practice and where they are practicing. Common daily tasks include interpreting laws, regulations, and rulings, providing legal

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Medical Sonographer

Job Description: Also known as Ultrasound Technicians, Medical Sonographers use high frequency sound waves directed against organs, tissues, and blood flow inside the body, to generate images used by Physicians to assess and diagnose. The waves bounce off structures inside the body, producing 2D and 3D images that can be seen in color or black

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Medical Assistant

Job Description: Medical Assistants complete administrative and/or clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners. Their duties vary with the location, specialty, and size of the practice. Typical activities may include interviewing patients and recording medical history, cleaning and sterilizing medical equipment, providing a welcoming and safe environment, collecting laboratory

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Computer Support Specialists

Job Description: Also called IT support technicians, computer support specialists give computer software and hardware advice and guidance to both people and organizations. They may install or update software and they may train people on how to use the equipment. Support specialists provide support to IT technicians and to non-IT users. Assistance may be provided

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Loan Officer

Loan officers are the people who advise, evaluate, and authorize loans to people and businesses, and they work in a range of settings, including commercial banks, credit unions, mortgage companies, and car dealerships. Their profession involves a lot of paperwork and managing logistics, and also requires extraordinary interpersonal skills. Borrowing money can be a nerve-wracking

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