Due to health issues I had to get retrained to re-enter the workforce. I thought that I had done all my research. At the time it was a "Hot" job market for Medical Billers. I had a great instructor there. I have no complaints with what I learned at Bryman. However, my class had at least a half dozen Billers. Times that by 3 classes, morning, noon, and night, which meant there were 3 graduating classes every 6 weeks out of the Bryman Port Orchard location. Graduates per class would average between 8 to 15 graduating students. That meant if each class had 10 graduating students every 6 weeks, that added up to 30 new medical billers looking for work. Times that by 8 times a year, that is 240 new Medical Billers on the job market just from the Port Orchard location. There are at least 4 other locations graduating at least that many Medical billers as well. Needless to say the "Hot" Medical Billing job market was all dryed up in the 9 months that it took me to finish my courses.
I am currently working in a job that I was qualified to work in before I ever heard of Bryman, as a full charge bookkeeper, for a Trucking company. Far cry from medical billing. Bryman's job placement services were a joke! Virtually non existant I feel. I put some 300 resumes out there, and never even got a call. Bryman stated that was because my resume was not right, and needed to be tweeked a bit. Which they were suppose to do and send them out. Only to find out that several of my graduating class were in the same predicament as I am.
Now it is more than a year after I graduated, I am still waiting on Bryman to produce that Medical Billing job, but I have not even had so much as a phone call to see what my progress has been, which is what they claimed they would follow up with graduate services and job placement assistance. Now I get to pay on 3 seperate student loans at the tune of over 3,000.00 each, with 14% interest on one of them. And I am definately not alone!