Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)
Pharmacy Technician (On-Ground)
When it comes to taking in information, there is no one size fits all approach. Everyone learns and gathers information differently. Understanding your learning style is not only essential while you're in school, but also when you start your career. Finding a career to match your learning style could help make your job feel more natural to you and could therefore help you find success.
Kinesthetic learners, or hands-on learners, might learn well with things like demonstrations, trial and error, working in a lab, experimenting with recipes and using real-life examples. Sound like you?
These careers might be a good fit for hands-on learners:
If any of these careers interest you, consider taking your learning style to the next level by enrolling in a tech school.
At Remington College, we specialize in hands-on programs, with many of our degrees involving practical components and labs where students get to experience what being on the job might be like.1
For more information on where these programs are offered, visit remingtoncollege.edu or call 1-800-208-1950 for more information.
1Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.