Monica is the Director of Cemeteries in the Bay Area. Monica explains how she first got involved working at a cemetery, the reason why she is working there and what she wished she knew that would have helped her in the beginning of her career.
Funeral directors, also called morticians and undertakers, manage funeral homes and arrange the details of a funeral.
All states require funeral directors to be licensed. Licensing laws vary by state. Applicants must pass a qualifying exam. Working in multiple states may require multiple licenses. Most states require funeral directors to receive continuing education credits to keep their licenses.
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