How to Become a Mortician?

Answer If you enjoy helping the bereaved and don’t mind the idea of handling the dead then working in the funeral business might be for you.

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How to Become a Mortician in Alabama?

Morticians prepare bodies of the deceased for funeral ceremonies and burial. They receive training in a wide range of subjects, including science, embalming and business management. In Alabama, mor... Read More »

How to Become a Mortician's Apprentice?

Funeral directors handle the work of organizing a loved one's funeral so the family members have peace of mind during their grief. Also known as morticians, they are trained in the skill of embalmi... Read More »

How much does a mortician make?

According to the U.S, Department of Labor's Occupational Employment Statistics, the mean salary for morticians and funeral directors across the U.S. in 2008 was $58,810. The average salary for mort... Read More »

Mortician Schools?

With death a certainty, many consider the funeral industry recession proof. A March 2009 CBS Atlanta story reported that during the economic downturn of that year, many enrolled in mortuary school.... Read More »