Besides a pediatrician ,other jobs that include helping youth and children.I'm 17 & I'm interested in working with kids and youth when I get older
Before becoming a pediatrician what jobs do you have to do? (the career ladder to become a pediatrician)?
Example: first you need to become a C.N.A, than a Licenscend Practitioner Nurse, than a Registered Nurse. Whats next?
I know I am only 14, but it is something/a job I am thinking that I might want to do/be when I am older. I am wondering, what kind of pediatrics jobs are the in Hospitals besides pediatric surgeons and a nurse. I am not looking for pediatric positions in doctors offices. I know this seems a stupid question. Have a great day! And merry Christmas! ;)
Besides a pediatrician, what kinds of jobs in healthcare involve working mainly with children or infants?
Like a Pediatrician, Obstetrician, etc. Just jobs that have anything at all that have to do with pregnant women, babies, childbirth, prenatal, nutrition, wtc.
Like would they go to a hospital and look for a job opening or, would the school they graduate from find them a job or, do they just end up working at where they did their residency?
My doctor told me to start looking for a pediatrician but I haven't been able to find one. I am 22 weeks pregnant. All the pediatricians are booked up. I can get on a waiting list but it's still not a good chance that I will get one. Can I just use my family doctor? I know they can give the baby all of his shots. I live in a small town so I will have to drive an hour and a half to get to a pediatrician.
I am currently in High School, ninth grade, and I really want to be a pediatrician when I grow up. I've had great experiences with pediatricians, one has helped me and been there for me when I had a grave problem.
Now, how does it work to become a pediatrician? What classes should I take in high school? What happens after I graduate from high school? What medical school is the best and would reflect good on me?
I am a smart kid, I just procrastinate too much. I am currently overcoming that.
Anyways, when you study to become a pediatrician do you just become one automatically and have the choice of starting your own office?
Any help would be great.
I have been thinking about becoming a pediatrician.
And have been stuck on the thought of if it would be a good idea to start a family after med school or during. Or should you just wait?
I know 30 isnt really old to have a kid, but I just always thought I'd do it sooner (25-28). Even though that is kind of young.
If you are a pediatrician or in the process, let me know how it went/is going for you, and your opinion on when to start a family. Thanks!
I want to know what the average salary of a pediatrician. Also, if you know how much pediatricians make in Los Angeles, California, that would be even better.
Is the newly certified pediatrician automatically assigned a job at a medical center to practice after attaining the degree? If no, how long does it take to get a job? Does the place you went to med. school and where you did your training matter in getting a job?
Thanks a lot. I'm currently a senior at high school now and I'm simply curious about life after medical school, as I do plan on going to medical school later on.
So i am planning to have a career in autistic/downsyndrome children, but i was wondering what jobs actually involve this? PLUS i want to do it for the kids, but how much do you think they will pay approx? thanks x
What things have you found that pediatricians do or say that you wish they wouldn't?
I wish that pediatricians would stop saying that it's okay to start solids at 4 months. I hear constantly about how someone's pediatrician said that it was okay to go ahead and start cereal at 4 months.
Since as moms we tend to not question the authority of our pediatricians, what things do you wish they would stop doing?
I want a job that is paid well i mean a high paying job that involve helping people.
i love : children and math and i am unsure what else.
I hate labour jobs such as mechanics or service jobs like hairdressing or waitressing,
I am hardworking an willing to do a lot of studying.I am not very social and hate working in teams.
I want a job that allows me to change peoples lives and gets paid well while preforming it.
I'm thinking about being a pediatrician and want to know how many years you have to go to university, how much they earn and what is the lowest score that you can get on your final exam to become a pediatrician.
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.
The class is for kids who want to be elementary teachers or pediatricians or other jobs involving kids when they grow up. We already go to the elementary school on a regular basis and we are looking for a place to go on a field trip.
I'm thinking about jobs for after I graduate from high school and maybe get a little college. My main criteria is decent paying(the equivalent of 70k+ a year now) and the opportunity to help many people. It doesn't matter too much to me what field it's in, although I'd prefer science.
I originaly wanted to deliver babies and work in the hospital, but I also want a family. What are some high paying jobs that involve working with babies? I want to be able to make a lot of money to support my family. I really want to be a doctor,of there is anyway I could be a midwife or doctor and have a family let me know. Please help.
Well my sister wants to be a pediatrician and needs a job to follow her dream. So any job ideas will be very helpful.