in general health care is a hard field. there's a lot of stress for many people. it's important to know that going in. you may check it out & find you'll endure the stress because you know you'll be helping; you may realize it's not what you want. any job in healthcare can be a good job once you've found your niche.
It looks like you're interested in a career in healthcare. I feel that one thing you can try is to think about what healthcare (or any other) career choices you would like and what you truly want to do in the future, and figure out the best way for you to get there. At that point, you can look at some of the training programs for your chosen career and find out the requirements for entry, including GPA. In other words, build and improve your GPA around your dream career, instead of build your career around the GPA you currently have. I hope this makes sense.
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Good morning Emily! To answer this question I would have to ask you a thought provoking question. Why do you have a low GPA? I am a big believer that if you put your mind to something you will be able to achieve it. It will take a lot of hard work but ultimately what you will find is that your GPA is a means to an end . If you have a great GPA you will have more options for college and medical schools compared to a lower GPA. However, just because you have a low GPA doesn't mean you can't work harder to improve it and move in a positive direction toward the career you want.
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