Cna, Physical Therapy Aide, or Phlebotomy?

Question by greeneyedlady: cna, physical therapy aide, or phlebotomy?
im going to take a course in the medical field and i cant decide on which one. any info about the courses or personal experience is appreciated.

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Answer by davely e
i would rather go to physical therapy aide than be a cna

Answer by mistify
As a physical therapy aide, you’ve already hit the end of your career ceiling without fulling returning to school to become an assistant or PT.

As a CNA, you would have the opportunity to transition to a patient care technician and you could transition to a nursing program on a part time basis (until you need to do your clinicals).

There are also much more opportunities, pay and benefits for CNAs as opposed to physical therapy aides.

An aching, aging population will provide plenty of biz for physical therapists
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