What does an ophthalmologist need to practice?

Answer According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, to practice in the United States, ophthalmologists must complete 8 years of post-high school education. Then, they must complete between 3 and 8 years i... Read More »

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Why do we need an ophthalmologist?

Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who specialize in eye diseases, as well as the function and anatomy of the eye. Their training makes them invaluable for both surgical and nonsurgical treatment... Read More »

Does a paralegal need a Florida license to practice there?

According to the Florida Bar, you do not need a license to work as a paralegal. However, Florida does have a program that allows you to voluntarily register as a paralegal, as long as you have a ce... Read More »

How long does it take to become an ophthalmologist?

An ophthalmologist must complete an undergraduate degree, four years of medical school, and a one-year internship. In addition, three years of residency are required. Many ophthalmologists also c... Read More »

What kind of nursing license do you need to practice on a military base?

To join the Nurse Corps of the Army, Navy, Marines or Air Force and work on a military base, an unrestricted registered nurse (RN) license is necessary. In addition, nurses must have a minimum of a... Read More »