I think these are things many of us have wondered about but have never really ventured into finding out about.
1. Aesthetician vs. anesthetist
Aesthetician (also spelled esthetician) is a licensed skin-care professional . Anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists are medical professionals trained to administer anesthesia.
2. Optometrist vs. ophthalmologist vs. optician
Optometrist — a person with a doctor of optometry degree who examines people’s eyes to diagnose vision problems and prescribe corrective treatment. Ophthalmologist can do these things too, but these licensed physicians in addition to treating eye diseases and injuries and performing surgery. An optician is the person who fits and adjusts eyeglasses.
3. Psychiatrist vs. psychologist
Both professionals are concerned with mental health and can have an individual practice or be employed by an organization. One is commonly an MD with an emphasis while the other is a Ph.D. Both may do research, conduct psychological testing or see patients for therapy sessions. In all but a few states, however, only psychiatrists can prescribe drugs.
4. Athletic trainer vs. personal trainer
Athletic trainer- may attend graduate school to complete my training as a certified athletic trainer. Duties may include “complete oversight of the medical needs of athletic teams, including being the first on the scene for injuries, injury evaluation and physical rehabilitation.” Personal trainer — someone who works with individuals or small groups to help them reach fitness goals.
5. Sociologist vs. social worker
“Social workers often work with individuals to help them overcome problems in their lives. In contrast, sociologists often study the social forces that give rise to so many people in society having all kinds of social problems,” says Tim Madigan, associate professor of sociology at Mansfield University in Mansfield. States have various licensing requirements for social workers. Sociologists traditionally hold academic degrees and often use their keen observation and interpretation skills in fields such as research, marketing, public policy and education.
6. Information architect vs. architect
Information architects specialize in the design and construction of shared information environments. They make digital content (such as software and websites) easier and better to use. Architect’s design buildings.
7. Genealogist vs. geologist vs. gynecologist
Geologist -someone who studies Earth’s materials. Gynecologist- a physician specializing in the female reproductive system . Genealogist- someone who researches family history.
8. Copywriter vs. copyright lawyer
Copywriter — a person who writes sales and marketing copy .Copyright lawyer, as that is a person who can help with establishing ownership of creative works.
9. Publisher vs. publicist
Publisher-a person in the business of publishing books or other material. Publicist-a person hired to help a client get media attention.
10. Ghostwriter vs. writer of ghost stories
A ghostwriter is actually someone paid to write for someone else under that person’s name. I am neither.
So, how many did you get right?
All eyes are on the Bears and The Packers on Sunday.
The Chicago Tribune says that Wisconsin gov is looking for ideas for Packers-Bears bet.
So, are we talking Brew for Za here?
Or is it cheese for hot dogs?
Rumor has it that tickets could be one of the most coveted ever.
Lastly, AOL Says they know who the most hated companies in America are.
Here are the most hated 15, in no particular order:
- American Airlines
- Best Buy
- Charter Communications
- Bank of America
- Dish Network
- Johnson & Johnson
- United Airlines