Exploring Jobs That Matter

You don’t just want to work at any-old position your whole life. You want to make a difference. So, what are your options? Let’s explore jobs that matter.


3 Jobs That Matter


1) Healthcare Jobs

Comforting the sick, curing illness, and helping people live their best possible lives. That’s meaningful! It’s difficult to image a world without caregivers, nurses, and doctors. If you’re interested in a career in healthcare, there are numerous opportunities. You could work in a hospital, doctor’s office, long-term nursing facility, or care for people in their homes. Plus, healthcare is a relatively easy field to enter with lots of room for growth. Even if you have a high school diploma or equivalent, you can become a home health aide with as little as 75 hours of training. Then, you could take additional classes and advance to become a CNA, LPN or RN. For those interested in pursuing advanced degrees, medical school also may be a possibility. Most doctors complete a bachelor’s and a medical degree along with a residency. This usually requires around 10 to 14 years of training.


2) Teaching Jobs

What could be more important than educating and forming the minds of the next generation? As with healthcare, there’s a wide variety of teaching jobs ranging from preschool teachers to college professors. And once again, this field has multiple entry-level roles. Many daycare and teacher assistant positions only require a high school diploma. However, if you’re interested in working at a public school, you’ll need a bachelor’s (and sometimes a master’s degree) as well as state certification. Yet, keep in mind, private schools tend to be less strict about education requirements. On the other hand, most colleges and universities prefer to hire professors with advanced degrees.


3) Law Enforcement Jobs

Sadly, over the last year or so, there has been lots of negative press concerning law enforcement. Nevertheless, we need these brave individuals to keep our communities safe. Law enforcement careers provide multiple entry points too. Officers may have a high school diploma, an associate or a bachelor’s degree. To become a police officer, you must pass the law enforcement entrance exam and graduate from the police academy. This specialized training usually takes about six months and covers topics such as criminal law, firearms instruction, and physical conditioning. Once you’ve started your career, moving up the ranks can be easier if you have a college degree.


Are You Interested in Pursuing a Career in Healthcare?

Anodyne Staffing is currently hiring in-home caregivers, home health aides (HHA), certified nursing assistants (CNA), and more. Plus, we offer a FREE home health aide training program! Browse all our available openings to find a job that matters today!