In many cases, a high school diploma or equivalent is necessary for a job as a nursing or psychiatric aide. However, a high school diploma generally is not required for jobs as home health aides. Specific qualifications vary by occupation, State laws, and work setting. Advancement opportunities are limited.
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College is not required to be a DJ.
I think at least 4 Years
nurses have 2 years of college
None. A college degree is not usually required for that profession.
No college education is needed to be a corrections officer.
Four to eight years of college would be required to be a forensic toxicologist.
To become a doctor, a person will typically go through 12 years of schooling. This can depend on what kind of doctor they are trying to become, however.
The basic education required to become a veterinary technician in most states is a 2-year degree in veterinary technology.
A standard B.A. in Computer Science will take 3-4 years.
Several years of college will be required for certain ... probably 5 to 8 years worth.
HR directors are hated the world round, are you sure you want to do it? usually a 4 year college degree is required
it would take 100 years ...50 years of regular college and 50 years in teaching school
Fellowship in General surgery Six years residency depending on the college
a bachelor's degree so that means about 8 years in college after high school
To become a doctor in the US. A person needs: 4 years of college 4 years of medical school 3-7 years of residency depending on specialty
It takes many years of training to become an oncologist. A 4-year degree is required at a college, followed by four years at a medical college, with usually two years of residency after that.
4 years of college.
The minimum required degree is a bachelor's so 4 years.
I believe you have to take 7 years of collegeto become a vet.
The number of years of college required to become an electrical engineer is highly dependent on the job being performed and the weighting (artificial adjustment of educational measurement requirements) of the education required. Ten to twenty years ago someone with two years of college or those with an AA degree would often fill junior engineering positions. Required education has gotten higher in recent years to require a BSEE educational minimum even for junior engineering positions and duties. A BSEE typically represents four to five years of college. (At least 2 years)
you have to take 14 years of education its long but you get a BIG salary!