If I was reviewing someone's resume for a position, yes a school or credited courses in that subject would impress me. I think it shows someone wanted to achieve some experience in a field that they had some interest in. If they completed this schooling, it would show they were dedicated individuals that followed through with something. With that said, I do believe sometimes the school may play a role in my deciding factor. I would wonder if it was remotely by the internet, a place where students are structured in a school setting, and what did they actual receive out of the course. I would then my own foot work and research the programs this person I am interested in hiring attended. I am not sure I agree with what he had to say in his article, but to a degree, I agree some can find beginning jobs in medical fields and go from there on their own. If I was interviewing someone who might have been a cook for years, and had no medical trying to get in the door of my company, then I would ask what motivated them in choosing a medical career. It would have to be a good enough answer to capture my attention and why I should hire someone with no experience opposed to someone with billing experience.
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