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Viktor Shvets, MD & Head of Thematic Equity Research, Credit Suisse says that the consumer staple sector is saturated and that consumer services sector is where you should be invested.

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Dobbs Ferry, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2009

Weve identified five key factors that are driving new opportunities for accounting firms in this difficult business environment, said Rick Telberg, of Bay Street Group LLC, the leading market research firm for the accounting profession.

The report, Emerging Opportunities for Accounting Firms, published by Bay Street Group LLC and sponsored by Research In Motion (RIM), is now available

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Cruise Ship Jobs Opportunities Guide That Will Lead You Get The Best Positions Available In The Industry Today. Here Are A Few Of The Positions Available: Accounting, Housekeeping, Staff, Engine, Bartending, Fitness Instructor, Bellboy, Floor Supervisor!
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New York, New York (PRWEB) March 16, 2012

Dr. Catrise Austin has a flourishing career as a dental expert. Dr. Austin owns VIP Smiles, a private dental practice in New York City in which her clients include A-list celebrities and every day professionals. Shes an author and professional speaker that educates consumers on dental health and how to cosmetically enhance their smiles, and she is an HIV Advocate. Out of all of Dr. Austins accomplishments, it is her role as a trailblazing woman in dentistry, a traditionally male dominated field, that she is most proud of. During March (Womens History Month), Dr. Austin is sharing why the professional and supportive roles within dentistry are a perfect career choice for women – especially in todays current and competitive job market.

Even as a struggling job market is challenged to offer new and fruitful prospects to job seekers, dentistry continues to pay well, offer flexible hours for women with families, and provide a steady stream of available of work. Healthcare remains in the top job categories for 2012 according to US News. TopUSAJobs.com currently has a listing of over 2,000 dentistry related jobs- administrative positions included, and IHireDental.com lists several hundred dentistry related jobs by state. I would recommend anyone interested in the field of dentistry to volunteer as an intern to see which position in a dental office best meets their skill set. Said Dr. Austin about choosing which profession in dentistry would be a great match for interested women. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the annual average wage of a dentist is $ 160,000. The median annual wage of dental hygienists is $ 66,570. Office managers can make up to $ 80,000 annually. Dental assistants make an average of $ 20 per hour and a receptionist can make $ 15-20 an hour.

Women interested in becoming a dentist must complete four years of college with a science degree, then dental school for four years with an internship. Those interested in becoming a dental hygienist will discover a two to four year degree in Dental Hygiene is required, depending on the state of residence. Responsibilities include working side-by-side with a dentist, cleaning patients’ teeth, and educating patients about caring for their teeth and gums between dental appointments. The dental office manager is a unique position, as it stems from a variety of backgrounds. Dental office managers must come to the job with knowledge of how a dental office functions, which includes some knowledge of dental terminology and methods. Therefore, many dental office managers first complete a one-year dental assistant program at an American Dental Association accredited school. Dental assistants and receptionist positions mostly require on the job training, but many women go to Dental Assistant Schools for a six to nine month period for formal training.

I am inspired by the female leaders of dentistry. It is my goal to let women everywhere, high-school students included, know that Womens History Month isnt just about respecting the leaders of the past. It is about honoring their contributions to society by finding inspiration to map out a successful future. Says Dr. Catrise Austin, who owns VIP Smiles. Dr. Ida Gray Nelson Rollins was the first Black woman in America to earn a Doctorate in Dental Surgery Degree. She paved the way for women, like myself, to have a rewarding career that pays the bills but also changes lives. I want women to recognize all dentistry has to offer them personally and professionally, but also understand how we got here too.

If it wasnt for the women leaders of yesterday, like Dr. Lucy Hobbs Taylor who was the first female dentist in the USA or Dr. Bessie Delany who was a civil rights leader and earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from Columbia University in 1923, there wouldnt be the opportunities that exist today. Dr. Austin hopes to continue to build the dentistry profession by championing awareness of todays dentistry statistics combined with its relevance to Womens History month. Professional career groups, colleges, and womens associations are welcomed to reach out to Dr. Catrise Austin through her website, VIPSmiles.com, or through email at: vipsmilesny(at)aol(dot)com.

Dr. Catrise Austin recently solidified her place in Womens History by having the first private practice dentist office to HIV testing during routine dental exams. She has been honored by the National Black Leadership Commission On AIDS, Inc. at the Choose Life Awards and has been recognized by Nation to Nation Networking Ltd. at their Fourth Annual International Diaspora Award Dinner Gala. Dr. Austins Flagship office is based in New York City. She is also licensed in California and New Jersey. Her celebrity clientele include Paula Abdul, Karina Smirnoff, Wendy Williams, and Toni Braxton to name only a few. Dr. Austin has been a featured guest on the Today Show and Good Morning America. More information, and clippings, can be obtained by visiting: http://www.vipsmiles.com.



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(PRWEB) February 20, 2012

The February issue of Inside Health Insurance Exchanges, a new newsletter from AIS, includes the first in-depth interview with Joel Ario, who recently left his post as director of HHSs Office of Health Insurance Exchanges, a department that he headed after it was created in fall 2010.

In the exclusive interview, Ario offers his perspective on the hurdles and opportunities exchanges will create for health plans and states, as well as his thoughts on how a system of state-based exchanges will alter the health insurance landscape.

Health care, like other consumer products, can be boiled down and made consumer friendly and we can create competition like we do in other complicated products, Ario tells Inside Health Insurance Exchanges. He also provides his thoughts on the progress states have made in developing exchanges, what insurers will to do to effectively compete in them, and whether public and private exchanges can co-exist.

Go to http://aishealth.com/marketplace/inside-health-insurance-exchanges to read the interview in its entirety.

Inside Health Insurance Exchanges provides hard-hitting news and strategies on the details of state and private health insurance exchanges, for business planners with health plans, hospitals and health systems, medical groups, ancillary providers, suppliers, pharma companies and state health policy makers. This 12-page monthly newsletter answers questions about this cornerstone of the health reform law who will participate, what product designs will look like, the effect on enrollment, and more. Subscribers receive reliable intelligence on how to make the most of the enormous transformation in health insurance that is about to unfold and succeed in the insurance marketplace of tomorrow.

Inside Health Insurance Exchanges is written by an experienced team of health business reporters led by Managing Editor Steve Davis and Executive Editor Jill Brown with extensive knowledge and contacts throughout the health insurance industry. AIS has been the industrys #1 health care business publisher for 25 years, with Health Plan Week, AISs Health Reform Week and Medicare Advantage News among its dozens of highly regarded titles for health business leaders.

For more information on Inside Health Insurance Exchanges, including the February Issue and subscription information, visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/inside-health-insurance-exchanges.

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If entrepreneurs are willing to do what they all claim they always wish to do, which is to see problems as an opportunity, there is a lot of money to be made in health reform.

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These large grants spell new opportunities for growth for health care facilities located in sparsely populated areas. Students from rural areas of Nebraska who are considering family medical practice could be affected by the support. …

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Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Malpractice Reform — Opportunities for Leadership by Health Care Institutions and Liability Insurers.

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