By Veronica Chufo
12:47 PM EDT, June 21, 2011
As baby boomers age and health reform is implemented, experts expect a surge in health jobs over the next few years. Are you interested in a career in health? Here's your chance to ask experts about the hottest health jobs in Hampton Roads and beyond. On Wednesday, June 22, at noon, we'll chat with recruiter Sue Lamb at the Sentara College of Health Sciences; Terry Eusebio of Tidewater Community College, which is offering free health IT training; and Tom Parish, director of Eastern Virginia Medical School's physician assistant master's program. Forbes just named the Master of Physician Assistant degree as the best master’s degree, from an employment perspective, for the second year in a row. Can't make the chat? Email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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