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What is your favorite part of your work


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Ore’s Answer

Great question...

I am a consultant in finance as part of my job i work with various companies doing a variety of projects. My favorite part of my work is that i am constantly moving from company to company and doing a different project each time. I get to meet lots of different people with different experiences and different ways of working. I also get to see many different companies who have found ways to be successful even though the operate very differently.

With that said, it is a lot of work and requires a lot of flexibility to keep changing myself and adapting to new people, new projects and new environments. It also requires constant travel each week which is also exciting but can be quite taxing as well.



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Richard’s Answer

Being able to help people at the most vulnerable points in their lives. You have a chance to make a big difference. Also medicine allows an opportunity for creative problem solving. Some aspects involve following protocols and going down predetermined pathways but occasionally you will see something that others have missed and can have a real impact on the care of the patient.

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Joanne’s Answer

The favourite part of my work is that 2 days are never exactly the same.  There is opportunity to continue to learn and to grow as an individual. Working with people and within a team is also something that I value. 

Joanne recommends the following next steps:

Understand what you enjoy and what motivates you (eg. working in a team , helping people, advising people, technical problems etc.) and select career that ensures these enjoyment criteria are met.

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Rachel’s Answer

I enjoy operating on a patient and providing an almost immediate fix to what was previously a life-threatening problem. There is great satisfaction that comes with taking a person from "cancer patient" to "survivor".

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