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As a college student I know I want to be in the medical field, I have kept my options open, but I haven't been able to truly explore all the careers available. I am hoping that someone who once stood in my shoes would lend me a few words of advice from their experiences. I also am curious to...
I am in California, I wanted to be a medical administrative assistant, however, I want to strive higher and become a registered nurse. What are the steps I need to take to get there?
I live in Illinois and I don’t want to move to far from my home state but I want to be far into the woods like South Carolina with good weather and everything.
Hi, to any doctor reading this, I am a rising high school senior and I might be interested in medicine. I like STEM in general, and I believe I have the brains and work ethic to thrive as a doctor. I understand that perusing the path to becoming a physician is long and challenging and takes a...
How should I go about taking steps towards the career that I want later on in life? For example, I want to be a traveling nurse or a nurse of some sort, what type of things should I indulge in or paths I should take in order to succeed & make progress towards my ambition?
I am going to be a senior and I want to know how to find a career that I won't regret 5-10 years down the line.
Edit: Thank you to everyone that has given their advice. I really appreciate it. Your answers have helped me not to stress over it as much. :)
I am going to be a first generation college kid while also having a history in the foster care system. I know I will not be able to pay for college without serious debt and wanted to know if there is any way -like scholarships- to be able to go to my dream school- St. John Fisher.
I've found several different opportunities but many require initial investments in order to really know whether or not I would consider the job as a possible future option.
I've done theater for a while and have thought about pursuing it as a career but I'm worried about reliability. I really want to pursue it but I don't know all the specifics.