Career Questions tagged Babies
well paying jobs with younger kids
Hello! My name is Vy and I am a current high school student. I'm conducting an interview with any professional in the OBGYN field for a Foundations in Health Science Class project about careers! I have createda total of 13 questions. Comment on this post, answering all 13 questions to be apart...
I was wondering if the salary stays the same over time in this field? If it increases or you cant work your way up?
Do medical offices prefer for you to have more experience with a 4 year college? or does it not matter how long you do schooling? (Ultrasound technician)
#college #healthcare #ultrasoundtech #sonographer #babies #radiology
I would like to be an nicu nurse but I want to know the details. #babies
#nursing #nurse #babies #healthcare #take care #medicine #registered-nurses
im a 16 year old girl, i'm a Sophomore in school. I was Curiosity about how much they make in a year and whats pros and cons.
I love little babies and I have always wanted to work in a setting with newborns but not necessarily as a nurse. #babies
I am in the 10th grade and i am beginning to explore my future career, and i was wondering if you could give me any tips on what i need to do to become a better neonatal nurse #ilovebabies
I have a love for babies and taking care of them #nursing #healthcare #babies
I head read some information about this from artic also but I really would like to hear from someone who is actually working in those professions so I can chose which I would like to go into. #neonatal nurse #medicine #labor and delivery nurse #babies #delivery #nursing #healthcare...
What career steps did you take? #babies #obgyn #medicine
Strongly considering becoming a post partum nurse and was curious to discover the type of duties professional post partum nurses perform on a daily basis, and how this differs across the globe. Also would love to hear experiences and how their job allowed them to interact with new mothers and...
I am currently a Freshman in High School and I am having a little trouble deciding what kind of doctor I want to be, so I want to know the pros and cons of both. #babies #toddlers #career-details
Hey! I am super interested in becoming a Neonatal nurse, but everyone I talk to about it says how emotionally challenging it is, how stressful it is, and how only certain people will ever be able to do it. I was wondering, how do you know if you "have what it takes" to be a Neonatal nurse? If...
I would like to know any and everything I can from any and every source about becoming an awesome and loving pediatrician. How can I get my patients to be comfortable around me? Any tips on this topic would be really nice and helpful. #pediatrics #babies #working-with-children
I just want to be able to work with babies and mothers who are having/ has given birth to a child. #nursing #medicine #pediatric-nursing #babies #labor
I just got accepted into a nursing program and would like to eventually become a neonatal nurse. #medicine #nurse #babies
I really need to know because I think that I will really enjoy this career. Therefore, I wanna get to it as soon as I can! #college #nurse #major #hospital #babies #cnm #science #college-major #nursing
What are some different medical specializations (or types of doctors) that involve reproduction, babies, or helping people have children?
I'm very interested in reproduction and helping people have children, but the only career option I'm familiar with is OB/GYN. #doctor #medicine #pre-med #babies #reproductive-health
I am a sophomore in Boston and I am interested in working in the medical field. Specifically, I want to work with newborns, but I do not think I want to deliver babies. I am wondering what other options I have, if any. Thank you for your thoughts! #nursing #nurse #babies #icu-nurse
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