I was just wondering what type of jobs deal with infectious diseases. Also, do any type of surgeons deal with infectious diseases? Thanks in advance!
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I'm deciding between becoming a general practitioner and an internist (I have TONS of time before college). I would become a GP, but I have one question: Does a general practitioner have the right to refuse to deliver babies?
I'm writing a career research paper, and I thought the common hours of the job would be helpful to include, but I've had no luck finding any information on it. Do they have long irregular hours, a usual planned work week or what ?
What exactly is Sports Medicine?
Can I get a job with some type of Professional sport's team as a doctor or is that another different type of career?
Sorry, but I don't have an idea on what this type of career consists of.
They are both considered primary care physicians. Is an internist more specialized?
Please don't tell me doctor or lawyer. I want to spend 8-12 years of my life in college. I want a regualr 8 hour job, no weekends.
Please list the types, their job description and years of schooling.
Ok Im still young but I have the opportunity to go to a university and study higher, I want a job that I can make a lot of money, then maybe I'll buy a mansion and have my own swimming pool, speed boat
I wanted to look at some job occupations that have a high salary. What ever I like the best is something I want to go to community college for. I need help
Hello I was wondering what type of doctors work at hospitals? ex. surgen. Can u list it and can u tell me which doctor has the easiest job. I think it would be a physician.
I plan to start nursing school in 2011. So many people are trying to get into nursing school right now to become a registered nurse.I mean it's even tough to get into nursing school.I read the occupation is growing faster than average.I'm wondering since so many people are trying to become nurses,Will there be enough jobs for everyone who wants be a registered nurse?
When I say easy to find, I mean the job needs workers and there isnt much competition.
I am thinking of studying cardiology and I'd like to know how long does it take and if it is a high demand job?
What is the highest paying job and how many years of study?
I'm in my 3rd year of medical school (clinical rotations) and I was becoming concerned that the career of surgery would be boring... I would like to know what being a resident as a surgeon, as well as the general life of a surgeon.
Lawyer,Doctor,Dentist,Orthodontics,Chiropractor,Business,or any other Money Making Job.And What Job do You Get the most enjoyment out Of.
I have to start choosing a career path and I have NO idea.
I like medical stuff, though I don't know what subjects to choose etc.
I got like, 80?n Chem (a test)
and we haven't done a human bio section yet
But we have a career link day soon.
But what types of areas are there to specialise in?
Eg. Oncology, Immunology etc :)
Please help me? Thankyou very much.
I'd like to be an anesthesiologist, but I'm not a big fan of the imminent chances of being sued, so I'm searching for one where it is not very likely to get into any sort of legal trouble...
I want to have at least 5 children in the future, how much money should I make if I wanna live comfortably? I'm a guy btw and what jobs should I plan on doing?