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Why do people quit this profession?

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Michael’s Answer

I am not sure I understand your question. I am a pharmacologist/toxicologist. Although I have been in regulatory affairs and research and development for many years, I utilize my knowledge and experience in both pharmacology and toxicology daily to resolve issues. A profession or a career is what you can developed into. One never quits, just redirect his or her efforts in another directions. I hope this is helpful.
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Amit’s Answer

I think mostly because of limited Career Growth Opportunities and the Montonous work Day in, Day Out.

Some people are fine with the daily routine and at content.

Those who want continuous growth or want to do more, they Continue to build upon the Experience and keep climbing, one step at a time.

I know of a person, who was a radiologist, but now seeking and learning new skills for 2 reasons:

1) He was not growing and pay was less. As all radiologist do the same work, also this can be easily automated and one can be out of Job

2) HE was not learning anything new

Amit recommends the following next steps:

Look at the next level of work which you can do, continuous improvement. One should not feel Stagnant and that the growth has stopped.
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