After a few years of working not so good jobs and either being terminated from them or having my hours cut back to the point that it wasn't worth going to work I decided to head back to school.
I cannot do what I really want to in life which is get into law enforcement due to a long term injury that I sustained many years ago. So I decided to enroll in Charter College (I believe campuses in only two or three states) and take their Medical Billing & Coding program. The reason being is because I know the medical industry will always be in demand and they need doctors, nurses and the people that deal with the billing side of things. That is where I will come in and once I graduate I will have a job that is easy on my limitations. The program is 15 months long so it should be many days, weeks, and months of figuring out codes.
Wish me luck everyone!