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Summary of Job Purpose and Function The Laboratory Coordinator supports the Veterinarians in ensuring quality veterinary care for all pets, maintains laboratory services in accordance with hospital policies and procedures, educates co-workers on proper laboratory procedures, and ensures a safe and effective hospital environment. Responsibilities and Tasks · Act as the caretaker for the laboratory...
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Home Health Aide

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$14,560.00 - $31,200.00
Typical Salary for Home Health Aide in New Jersey
(280 Respondents)
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Education / Training

High School
27.2%
Some College Coursework Completed
25.4%
Associates
14.3%
Bachelor's
11.6%
Certification
11.2%
Vocational
4.5%
Some High School Coursework
4%
(224 Respondents)
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