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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The 25 Best Entry-Level Jobs provides information on a wide variety of well-paid careers that allow entry into the profession with a bachelor’s degree or less. Each article describes the duties of someone holding that job title, together with educational requirements and average annual salary figures. This article will be of interest to anyone for whom immediate job prospects are a major consideration in deciding on a college major
Profiles 20 jobs that involve helping people meet their weight-loss goals. About two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight, and approximately one-half of those are obese. That puts one-third of all Americans at dangerously overweight. According to market data, America has 72 million dieters. However, many of them never come close to reaching their weight-loss goals or, after meeting their goals revert back to their old lifestyle and put the weight back on. Not surprisingly, therefore, the struggle to lose weight creates plenty of job opportunities for compassionate, enthusiastic people with a deep desire to help others feel healthy and live well—and, in most cases, make an excellent living at the same time!
Situated near Rainsville, Alabama between DeKalb and Jackson counties, Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) serves the Northeast Alabama region.
Through the academic divisions at Northeast Alabama Community College – Business & Computer Science, English & Fine Arts, Mathematics, Health Sciences, Social Science/Speech/Foreign Language and Natural Sciences — students may earn an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS) or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in more than 130 majors.
Career/Technical programs, which lead to a certificate or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, include such programs as Drafting & Design Technology, Salon & Spa Management, Industrial Electronics, and Emergency Medical Services.
STARS (for state colleges and universities in Alabama) and 2TO4 (for independent colleges and universities in Alabama) are articulation agreements guaranteeing NACC credits transfer to four-year institutions and two years at NACC counts as two years towards a bachelor degree.
Graduates of its Technical/Career programs have ranked first within the Alabama Community College System in job retention and NACC students have placed first among prospective teachers taking the Basic Skills test.
Northeast Alabama Community College also has Distance Education, Continuing Education (including ESL and GED) and Workplace Education (classes offered by a company or industry specifically for its employees) programs available. Additionally, NACC chosen as one of 36 colleges to participate in the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, a national effort sponsored by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) to train 10,000 baby boomers for new jobs in healthcare, education and social services.
The community college ranked #15 in the CNN Money listing of top community colleges in 2012. The Aspen Institute listed Northeast Alabama Community College among the top 10% of all U.S. community colleges in 2013.