Do anesthesiologists have to deal with lots of childbirth (adding the anesthesia or IV) during work? Also, is it better to start college at 18/19 right when you graduate high school, or can we worry about it at a different time, what will be the pro's and con's other than finishing earlier?
I am a curious high schooler that wants to know more about my future and job opportunity. I often wonder what would happen if I waited before going to college but also think its definitely better to start college after high school.
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However, I believe going to college a year later could be very beneficial for high school graduate. Taking a gap year doesn't mean you are going to do nothing. Make sure you plan out what you will be doing that year and you can still apply to college in your senior year and defer the enrollment. There are plenty of gap year program out there now from volunteer to paid-internship type of thing. It is good for recent high school graduate to have real world experience and travel to different part of the country or abroad. This will allow you to gain different perspective and treat your undergraduate (college) career more serious and have a better understanding what you want to use these 3 or 4 years to help you achieve your career goal.
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An anesthesiologist would work in partnership with either a surgical facility, a hospital, or a clinic. So it would really depend on where the doctor was assigned/ employed. If the anesthesiologist worked at a hospital that had an obstetrics division, then they would . If a surgery, epidural, or spinal is needed and you are the one on call, you will work with a patient in many scenarios.
You should go from high school to college if you are ready to do so. Not before. If you are going to college right out of high school and are looking for an opportunity to just have freedom from living at home- that is probably not setting you up in the best position for success in college! I received my bachelor degrees (double major) when I was 39. Going right out of high school wasn't an option for me financially. It was very difficult- I was working full time and had a family. If you are ready for college at 19... go for it. Work hard and you will be happy you did!
You talked about two choices- going to college straight after high school or waiting before going to college. There's actually a third choice- taking time off during college to work or travel or do something else that you care about. Explore all your options, and decide on what feels right for you!