Ms. Laska

 

Professions Project

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2.  Education needed:
 
3.  List of Seattle area schools offering training:
 
4.  List of Washington state schools offering training:
 
5.  If training is not offered in Washington, where is the nearest school that offers training:
 
6.  Average starting salary
 
7.  Average salary after 20 years
 
8.  Do you need to pass a test in order to practice your profession?
      What kind of exam is it?
 
9. Check the jobs section in Sunday's Seattle Times. How many openings are listed for your profession?
 
10. Where could you find work in this profession?  Big City___Any size city___Company____University/college____Government___(Local, state, federal)
 
11. What would your hours be like in this profession?  8-5 weekdays___ more than 40 yours per week___more than 8 hours a day____night/graveyard shifts____
 
12. Do you need special insurance for this profession?
 
13. What are the continuing education requirements?
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