Medical Assistant Information

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Medical Assistant Salary Information

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Medical Assistant salaries can vary based on a number of factors, which may include location, company, competition, demand, etc. One of the places to find relevant and reliable information regarding Medical Assistant pay is to view the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

This page contains helpful information, such as: What Medical Assistants Do, Work Environment Statistics, Information on How to Become a Medical Assistant, Pay, Job Outlook, Similar Occupations, and links to O*NET.

Salary information presented on the Bureau of Labor Statistics site may differ from employment in specific locations. Ross does not guarantee employment or potential salary. For more information about Ross graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit our Consumer Information and Student Right To Know Page.

Medical Assistant Career and Training Information

Do you know that you’re interested in the healthcare field, but still have questions about becoming a Medical Assistant? Many students want more information about the program, courses, and careers available to someone with medical assisting training. Check the links below for more infomation.