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    Child Care Provider- Education is mainly high school diploma, associates degree, and bachelor's degree; Hourly wages 9.34/hr but $19,430 annually; This job is very promising with a 20-28% rise between 2010 and 2020; Requirements: Monitoring Speaking, Critical Thinking, Social Perceptiveness, Active Listening, Coordination Judgment and Decision Making, Reading Comprehension, Time Management- Best college choice Ashford University; Clinton, IA.

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    Social Worker-Education: Bachelor's degree, Master's degree; Income: 19.56/hr. $40,680 annually; Therapy and Counseling, Psychology, English Language, Sociology, Customer and Personal Service, Law and Government Living Conditions: You can live anywhere with people for this job and mainly in the city where is it needed Advancements: With this job you get better social skills which are needed in any job- Best college choice University of Michigan; Ann Abor

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    Registered Nurse- Education: Bachelor's or Associate's degree; $31.71/hr and $65,950 annually; Benefits for this job include social involvement, math development skills, and medical knowledge for everyday life; Living: living anywhere near to a clinics and hospitals are the best choice; Job Description: Medicine and Dentistry Customer and Personal Service, Psychology, Education and Training, Therapy and Counseling,Sociology, Public Safety and Security-Best college choice: John Hopkins University

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