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    Default CPC-A Willing to work for free!!

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    I am a CPC-A who scored an average exam score of 98% in my medical coding class. I am looking for a coding position in the Concord/Charlotte, NC area. I am willing to work up to one week without compensation to prove myself to a potential employer. Please respond if you are interested or know of a employer willing to hire an apprentice.
    Thank You
    Last edited by j_martin_cpc-a; 07-31-2009 at 01:46 PM. Reason: change salutation

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