They usually don't earn an hourly wage, but earn (usually) between $14-28,000 a year. Check out wikipedia's article on veterinary assistants:.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ve…terinary_Assistant ( Full Answer )
Sometimes you can find a Dentist who is willing to train on the job. You may earn a license to take x-rays, become a registered dental assistant, certified dental assistant, o…r assistant with expanded functions through dental trade schools, and local colleges. ( Full Answer )
Some medical assistants are trained on the job, but many complete 1-year or 2-year programs. Your best choice would be to complete a medical assistant program through a colleg…e. Typically, this program of study is offered by many community colleges. ( Full Answer )
You would need to apply to a school of nursing. Nursing is a regulated profession and nursing schools are required to prepare graduates to meet the entry level competencies… required in the profession. Medical assisting does not prepare you for these competencies. ( Full Answer )
Because the medical assistant is the legal responsibility of the physician and are acting under their direction. Medical assistants often have training at unaccredited for-pr…ofit institutions, or in many cases in states that do not require it, they have no training at all but are simply trained by the doctor while working at the job. This makes them the direct responsibility of the doctor supervising them. It also makes them dangerous. This is why many doctors refuse to hire medical assistants and only hire nurses with real college degrees. ( Full Answer )
Because the physician is in a higher position of responsibility. The assistant is under the direction of the physician - therefore the physician is equally responsible when so…mething goes wrong. ( Full Answer )