How did you decide on your career?

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Re: How did you decide on your career?

Postby rahulnum1 » Thu Jan 07, 2016 6:17 am

Honestly i had no idea about career thing during school time and my family was in medical field so i selected biology as my main subject and my score was also good.
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Re: How did you decide on your career?

Postby chinmay » Sat Jan 30, 2016 2:19 am

No matter what drives you, there is a role for you in the medical field. You may have already considered being a nurse or a doctor. However, allied health care offers another whole world of opportunity.
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Re: How did you decide on your career?

Postby drlevenstein » Wed Mar 23, 2016 11:00 pm

Deciding a career takes time. You need to search for hobbies, see what interests you and pursue it.
It's difficult to know what you want to strive for, but try and be introspective. There are a wide range of careers in the world - plenty to choose from.
Think about what you truly enjoy and what you're proficient in.
I'm deciding on becoming a physicist, by the way.
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Re: How did you decide on your career?

Postby Christian_Larsen » Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:24 pm

I had no idea on what I wanted to be when I was in high school or before I entered college. I made lists and lists of things. It was not until I sat down at my college orientation that I wanted to be a nurse. I always loved helping people. I also love the medical sciences. So, that is why I chose nursing. Here is something to read about:

http://www.pacificmedicalacls.com/acls- ... ining.html
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Re: How did you decide on your career?

Postby rugilerar » Mon Sep 05, 2016 4:09 am

It was a very hard decision. I was made purely by interest reasons because there is much more economically profitable professions than medicine. However, until now I feel completely lost because I terribly want to do research and medicine doesn't let me...
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