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Q&A: What is a good job in the medical field?

by tom44 on November 5, 2012

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Question by Eli: What is a good job in the medical field?
My interests have always been in the medical field. i cannot imagine having a job in another field they all seem like they would bore me. I always wanted to be a vet but after doing some research i found out that its harder to become a vet than a doctor so that might be out of the question even though it is what i have always wanted to become. I am also interested in becoming an orthopedic and specialize in spine surgery i’m not sure how possible this is. My dad wants me to become a physician assistant like himself but he works literally almost all day and i don’t know if i want to work 15 hours a day. Let me get to the point. I want to no of a good amount of medical jobs that are practical and rewarding.

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Answer by stephanaie t
I know just what you mean. In my family most of us are in the health care field or in the armed services. I live in Raleigh, NC and I’m a CNA II, and my license in phlebotomy tech, dialysis tech and a medication tech. And I take classes at night for my RN. There are many great medical jobs the pay well. Good Luck

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3 thoughts on “Q&A: What is a good job in the medical field?

  1. Rick Ross says:

    physician assistant is good and you can work only a few days a week unlike your dad you can look at this and more jobs in the medical field at PureMedicalJobs.com

  2. just a man says:

    Hazardous waste engineer

  3. Diane A says:

    Your dad should be able to give you all kinds of jobs if he thinks about it!. (and BTW/ an orthopedist {MD} will probably work as much or more as your dad!). But there are many many medical jobs: med tech (clinical lab scientist), respiratory care practitioner, CT scan, MRI, Xray, techs & sonogram, occupational therapist, physical therapist (you might like that and specialize in orthopedic rehab), surgical tech, autopsy assistant, histo tech, cytologist, play therapist, speech pathologist, pharmacy, nursing, for just a start. You should be able to find something that fits into your plans!

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