A World of Careers. Pamela Sharpe. Why is a career search important?. To plan for the future and have a steady base for your life To help you decide what you want to do with your life To further your education and zero in on your personal ability. My Careers. Pamela Sharpe Teacher.
Teaching offers a range of opportunities and benefits that
are the envy of other professions the world over.
Funeral directors held about 32,000 jobs in 2000. Almost 1 in 5 were self-employed. Nearly all worked in the funeral service and crematory industry. Embalmers held about 7,200 jobs in 2000. Most funeral directors also are trained, licensed, and practicing embalmers.
Little or no change is expected in overall employment through 2010. Employment of funeral directors is projected to increase more slowly than the average for all occupations as the number of deaths increase, spurring demand for funeral services. Employment of embalmers, however, is expected to decline slightly since most funeral directors also are trained, licensed, and practicing embalmers.
A typical Funeral Director/Mortician working in the United States is expected to earn a median base salary of $44,281. Half of the people in this job are expected to earn between $35,642 and $53,340 (i.e., between the 25th and 75th percentiles).
There role is to try to normalize the child’s environment, relieve stress and anxiety, and promote the child’s normal growth and development.
Children in the hospital still need to be kid, they still need to play, and they still need someone to explain what’s happening.
There are a few colleges across the country that offer a degree in child life, but most child life specialist come with degrees in childhood development, early childhood education, recreational therapy, psychology, or a related degree.
MENTAL HEALTH AND WELNESS FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS
THE STUDY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINES AND TREATMENTS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND AND CURE CHILDREN FROM MENTAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS