I am a Registered Vascular Technologist of 7 years and I'm finding the affordable care act has caused my hours to be permanently cut back to 72 hours at the hospital I work at. I keep looking at the job market for a better, even out of state opportunity and am finding it better to have another credential such as 'Cardiovascular', would it be wise to get another credential under my belt in todays job market to try and find a place that pays better then where Im at now.
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Your low GPA is going to hurt no matter what. I would like you to start by looking at the pertinent sections in the "Occupational Outlook Handbook" which should be at all public libraries. It is an unbelievable wealth of info. I wonder if you changed your title to Phlebotomist and search hospitals, urgent care centers, etc. for working hours that you have available; but how much less would you make? Out of curiosity, is the 72 hour a WEEK? Unless my math is totally gone, that's 14 hours a day!