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What do you like most/least about Non-Destructive hat do you like the most/least about Non-Destructive Testing?

How will this career help me pursue my long life term goals?
What can I do to help myself grow more in the medical field?
How will this career benefit me ?

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Barbara’s Answer

Non-destructive testing is usually done in the Research and Development setting. Research is a viable path for nurses with good clinical background and foundational knowledge. I was an engineer before I became a nurse. I found my engineering/chemistry/biology knowledge melded well in the clinical setting as a nurse doing bedside care. The same is true of the reverse. I have done R & D work in medical equipment such as dialysis machines. I also do nursing research not only for my job but for knowledge building. Nursing is a life-long learning experience where knowledge in multiple disciplines only enhances your abilities and value. If you can translate the mechanical/scientific into real-world scenarios, you are better able to function in any career path you choose.
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Sophia M.’s Answer

If you have interest in healthcare you made the decision to help to others. If you not sure what kind of job you would like. Volunteer working in the field and explore options. Healthcare field is very rewarding.
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Gisely’s Answer

Unlike other testing methods that can damage or destroy the object being tested, the very nature of non-destructive testing (NDT) is its biggest advantage. Materials, structures and components can be evaluated quickly and accurately without being damaged and without their future usefulness being impaired.
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