i will probably be going for the medical field but i am still confused as to what career i will choose after that. I get bored of my tasks very easily, especially if the said task doesn't intrigue me
i am someone who gets bored very easily if the task at hand is not intriguing #career #career-counseling #future
I would guarantee you that there are roles that are not repetitive in nature, but it may require that you go through such roles to get there. The nuance of it is what you find repetitive or redundant. An ER is full of new and different challenges minute by minute, different medical challenges and high energy, many people find that really rewarding. However, some people also find that work repetitive. Same to be said for any role in any industry though, so don't be discouraged.
A close friend of mine is similar in that he needs new challenges. After his normal residency, he worked for awhile setting up trauma centers and found that immensely fulfilling. He transferred into a ER and found the work redundant, then moved to an administrative role as a chief of medicine, where he finds fulfilment. Obviously, it requires a lot of experience for any of these roles, so it's likely he had to pay his dues in roles where the work was repetitive and redundant (as you may have to).
The main thing is that he stayed dedicated to growing and learning, and exposing himself to other opportunities, and he pursued new challenges that ultimately got him to the role he is in now that he thrives in.