Would MA or LVN/LPN Be the Wiser Choice?

Question by : Would MA or LVN/LPN be the wiser choice?
I was considering a course in becoming an LVN however the cost is double compared to an MA so I am leaning towards MA. Does anyone have any comments on either or the job market for these careers?

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Answer by mildred f
It depends upon how much job security you need in your life. Better education usually equals a better income. A medical assistant is very limited. Although an LVN goes to school for only one year, it is a Very intense year. A medical assistant cannot function in many health care areas so you are limited to something like a doctor’s office, and hope you can get this job.

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