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What advice can you give to someone who wants to work in the medical field ?

I want to be a registered nurse. #medicine #nursing #nurse #healthcare #registered-nurses

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Willy’s Answer

Hi Athalie!


If you want to become a registered nurse. Start by talking to people including family member or family friend who are working as a nurse. In that way, you will have an idea of what they do.I am not sure what grade are you now but if you are in middle school, I would like you to ask your school counselor on what kind of career that would be best suited for you. In that way, you will have an understanding of what your strengths and weaknesses to become successful in a career of your choice. Also, you can ask a friend or relatives who work in a similar field like nursing to have you volunteer in a local hospital so that you will have an idea of what the nurses do when they work. I hope this helps and good luck on your future career!

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Ginger’s Answer

There are so many career paths in the medical field and it can be a very rewarding career if you are on the right path for you. If you are thinking of a career in the medical field, take some time to do research on the different career options, the opportunities for growth in each career path, find videos on YouTube of people in those fields to see what a day in the life of that career would be like for you. Start talking to career counselors at your community college or university in the area or research on their websites what the requirements and prerequisites would be. I would suggest to start somewhere small if you still aren't sure if the medical field is right for you. Starting with patient care technician, caregiver, EMT, CNA, all of these will give you more experience in the field and a better understanding of what the field is like. Best of luck!
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