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Mortician- Morticians provide a necessary service for the living, as well as for those who have passed away. This career is not competitive, even though it is certainly one of the few to guarantee a steady paycheck and consistent working hours. Natasha Cutright. Skills, Abilities, and Talents.

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Natasha cutright

Mortician-Morticians provide a necessary service for the living, as well as for those who have passed away. This career is not competitive, even though it is certainly one of the few to guarantee a steady paycheck and consistent working hours.

Natasha Cutright


Skills abilities and talents

Skills, Abilities, and Talents

  • Have steady hands so that you don’t mess up the body

  • You need to be able to hold your stomach at the sight of blood, guts, and gore

  • Needs to be skilled in math

  • And really smart about the human body

    “Skills, Abilities, and Talents.” 9 September.

    <http://www.ehow.com/how_4454966_become-morticians-apprentice.html>


Education training

Education Training

  • Human Anatomy

  • Physics

  • Thanatochemistry, Embalming, Cremation, Counseling/ Psychology of Grief, Funeral Law, Funeral Procedures

  • Check out the National Funeral Directors Association Web site (nfda.org) to find your state's educational requirements for a mortician's license

    “Education Training.” How to become a Mortician. 9 September, 2010 . <| eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/how_8117_become-mortician.html#ixzz0z9DOBK84>


Daily work basis

Daily Work Basis

  • A mortician, also referred to as a funeral director, works in a funeral home meeting with families to make final arrangements and preparing the deceased body for burial or cremation. This includes cleaning, embalming and dressing the deceased in preparation for the funeral service

    “Daily work basis.” Mortician/Embalmer Job Description. 9 September, 2010| eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/facts_5894509_mortician_embalmer-job-description.html#ixzz0z9I8ISXf


Money

MONEY

  • Morticians have one of the most stable professions. No matter what the state of the economy is, bad or good, people die. Also, morticians make a comfortable income. You won't become wealthy as a mortician, but you can live comfortably

  • Morticians earn a wide range of salaries in the United States, depending upon a number of factors. Median annual earnings are approximately $31,000

    “Money” Morticians. 9 September, 2010 | eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/about_4565908_morticians.html#ixzz0z9IxCU2P


Issues

Issues

  • You will have to deal with the families of the deceased

  • More than 25 states require morticians to continue constant education to renew their listen’s every 2 years

  • Working hours are uncertain and include weekends and evenings

  • Strict health regulations

    “Issues” Morticians. 9 September, 2010

  • Morticians | eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/about_4565908_morticians.html#ixzz0z9IxCU2P


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