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    Right now I'm looking for a career that would combine my skills: xhtml/html5, css, javascript, jquery, drupal, web accessibility and basic graphic design with medical billing/coding. At one point it was mentioned to myself to possibly do a basic online course for medical terminology/anatomy etc.... I'm wondering if anyone else may have something in mind/know about that would fit my skills. I'm currently still going to school for my BA and learning new programs etc.... Also knowlegeable of seo.

    Any suggestions greatly appreciated,

    midesign

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    You might be better to go down the path I have...A career in something totally unrelated, and freelance on the side. That, or find a niche that combines your various skills...has to be one out there.
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    WDF Staff George Dolidze's Avatar
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    Yeah, you can always freelance.
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    Honestly, the problem I have with your question is that you have to ask it.

    If you have to ask what types of jobs are available for you, that means you're focusing on the wrong side of the equation...you're focusing on people that will hire you without necessarily focusing on what you can offer them. If you have these skills, and you have even a fragmented ability to market yourself, you should be able to form a mutually beneficial relationship with an employer (or series of them). Remember that the best trade is where both sides win.

    In other words, don't ask who will hire you, look at what people want and modify/evolve your skill set to match that.
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