Careers in HIV/AIDS Work

Are you interested in working to make a change in the world? Do you want to work in an HIV-related field, focusing on the prevention of the spread of HIV, support for people living with HIV/AIDS, or research into new medications for the treatment and prevention of HIV and/or AIDS? Do you want to find out more information on how you can make these “wants” into realities?

Learn How to Become is an online resource that offers information on how to enter into the career of your dreams. From the type of education best suited to your work field of interest to businesses and organizations that are frequently hiring in that field, Learn How to Become has information directly related to reaching your future career goals. The website’s page regarding careers in the public health field as it pertains to HIV and AIDS can be found by clicking here.

This page includes information about the specific types of careers you can pursue that relate to HIV and AIDS, such as becoming an HIV/AIDS educator, a medical or non-medical case manager, a patient navigator, a research coordinator, or even a microbiologist. Also included on this page is a list of employers that are frequently hiring for HIV-related work, including both those in the private sector (such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Gilead, and ViiV Healthcare) and those in the public or non-profit sector (such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and amfAR).

So if you are interested in working in a field related to HIV and AIDS, what are you waiting for? Start planning for your future today!

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