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Infographic: Are Work at Home Jobs an Opportunity or a Scam?

Ah, the age old question: aren’t work-at-home jobs all just scams? Of course we here at Career Step heartily disagree—after all we’ve been training people for real work-at-home careers for over 20 years. But there are definitely work-at-home scams out there. The trick is just learning to spot the real [...]

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Career Step and M*Modal Team Up on New Initiative to Provide Training Opportunities in Rural Areas
June 25, 2015 • Medical TranscriptionCareer Step

Career Step, an online provider of career-focused education and corporate training, is teaming up with M*Modal, a leading provider of clinical documentation and Speech Understanding™ solutions, to provide training and job opportunities for those interested in medical transcription careers, with a focus on training, developing and recruiting for these transcription [...]

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Career Step Announces Winner of April 2015 Mothers Returning to School Scholarship
June 16, 2015 • Career Step

Career Step, an online provider of career-focused education and corporate training, is proud to announce that the winner of its April 2015 Mothers Returning to School scholarship is Marlyn Hernandez. Ms. Hernandez will be enrolling in the Professional Medical Coding and Billing program at Citrus College in Glendora, California with [...]

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Infographic: Education Options After High School
May 19, 2015 • Referral BlogCareer StepCareer Advice

Congratulations Class of 2015! You’ve made it! But you’ve made it to… what? Yes, high school is done, but do you know what you’re doing now? What’s your plan? [...]

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Federal Scholarship for Military Spouses – Are You Eligible for MyCAA?
May 12, 2015 • MilitaryCareer Step

When it comes to paying for education, free money is always welcome, right? There are unique (and even downright weird!) scholarships for everything from tall folks to female jewelry designers to lovers of asparagus. Did you know there’s also scholarship funding specifically for military spouses? Yep, it’s true. The MyCAA [...]

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Career Step and Army Wife Network Announce Winner of 2015 Military Spouse Scholarship
May 11, 2015 • MilitaryCareer Step

The winner of the 2015 military spouse scholarship offered in partnership with Army Wife Network is Megan Malone, the wife of a Navy Seal and a junior at San Diego State University! [...]

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Video Infographic: Finding the Perfect Military Spouse Career
April 22, 2015 • MilitaryReferral BlogCareer Step

The first step in going back to school is deciding what your career goals are. After all, it’s especially tricky to know what to go to school for if you don’t know what you want to do afterwards! Military spouses face a number of unique challenges when it comes to [...]

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Medical Transcription and the EHR: Let’s Stay Together

September 3, 2015 • Medical Transcription

Technology is a pretty amazing thing. When I was younger, I really didn’t understand anything about my health record. It seemed to be an unattainable file kept in a vault with other secret files somewhere far away. With the adoption of EHRs, though, we have ready access to our medical [...]

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Top 5 Tips for Planning a Great Office Party

September 3, 2015 • Administrative Assisting

As an executive assistant, one of your tasks you may be to plan an office party. Office parties are great ways to enjoy social interactions with your co-workers outside of the office environment and to mingle with their families, fostering company pride and friendships. They can also be a major [...]

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Back to School with a New Laptop and Free Textbooks

August 31, 2015 • Referral Blog

We’re headed into the back-to-school seasons and there’s never been a better time for your friends and family to make this their year to go back to school and gain the skills they need for a rewarding, new career! When your friends and family take the plunge and enroll by [...]

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Choosing a Military Friendly School

August 31, 2015 • Military

When it comes to education and career training for military spouses, things can get tricky. Military families deal with frequent moves, deployments, homecomings, changing schedules and responsibilities—all of which make it hard to finish a program or commit to a job. Clearly, military personnel and their spouses need educational opportunities [...]

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Referrer Spotlight: Robin Desatoff

August 27, 2015 • Medical TranscriptionReferral Blog

I heard about Career Step in 2007 from my friend at work who was enrolled in the course. I had a 1-year-old baby and was desperate to find a legitimate job I could do from home. My husband’s schedule was unpredictable so I needed a job I could do from [...]

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