It's my ambition to live there once I have some sort of qualification. I am 22 and caucasian Australian.
Right now I am doing physiotherapy at university but its recently occurred to me that it might be hard to find a physiotherapy job in a developing country like that. Being a doctor would be 10 times more advantagous but I can't do that.
So what are some good qualifications to take to a poorer country?
Im currently enrolled in my 3rd semester of university and was wondering what kind of jobs I might be able to get after graduation. I am a geography major and am considering doing a kinesiology minor. If i graduated with this degree what kind of jobs could I expect myself to be doing?
I have done masters of physiotherapy, what short duration course related to the same field ,I can do?
I was considering doing a degree in physiotherapy, however I have recently heard that it is very hard to get a job within this industry and that many people are unable to get a physiotherapy job for many years after there degree. So is it really worth it or do you reckon becoming a PE teacher is a better option?
Physiotherapy is a job that i would love to do. I don't know much about what qualifications you need or much about it . Any information would be brilliant. Thanks
For religious reasons, I might not be able to be a doctor. My life long dream was to help people in the field of medicine. Are there any other jobs that do not require medical school to help in science? I'm considering psychology or even engineering but are there any jobs in drug development or fields similar to that?
I have always been interested in mind body and soul but I was just wondering what the difference between physiotherapy and complimentary therapy? Also what about income?
Also have you ever had treatments from holistic therapy or physiotherapy? Are you a physiotherapist / holistic therapist?
What are your experiences?
I want something which is better paying and more suitable for me, given my qualifications. I just work at mcdonalds :( Do you have any deas for good companies, like office jobs, of finance etc, or sites? I would be very grateful,, Mcdonalds is driving me to the brink of insanity.
I know the question isn't clear enough, but
What jobs can I get to do with math or science or both?
I'm 20 and my girlfriend is 19. My girlfriend has Cystic Fibrosis and i invited her to stay over for a few days with me at my place. I was kind of surprised when she first told me about her disease. I know she has pretty low lung function and will have a lung transplant eventually. But how is the physiotherapy done and in what ways and how often? Do they usually do it on their own or do they often need someone to help them? Should I know how to do it with my girlfriend?
I have a plan. After high school, I will join the Air Force, and do two years of collage there, and after 18 months, I will finish out collage, and maybe get a masters. But I'm not sure what job I can get that involves horses. I want to have a working horse farm, but until that happens, I had a few ideas, I could be a farrier, or perhaps a riding instructor? I just need some open ideas on what I should do.
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I need to know whether to opt for post graduation or for job overseas,which country? and what all preparations do i need for that? how much fund do i require?
I will be starting college soon and I would appreciate some suggestions of jobs in the medical field that you are either in or have heard of. I'm interested in being a dentist, but I am considering other professions such as radiology or others that I don't know much about.
Hi i injured my shoulder recently while playing tennis. Now I signed up for physiotherapy in order to heal my joint, and i was wondering how does it take to recover so that I could play tennis again?
I am planning to make a switch from single handed to double handed backhand too if that helps.
I asked this question in education, but i thought the horse world would know better. Id like to be a equine therapy instructor(someone who helps disabled people ride) and was wondering what degrees you need, i know you need physiotherapy but are there any more?
I reallllllly want to go to a university and live in England when I graduate high school. I'm thinking of doing sports medicine to become a PT. But if anyone knows other sports medicine jobs that you are able to work with athletes please let me know because I am doing more research on it.
Do you think physiotherapy will be as strong in the future? or even stronger? or will it get burnt out and taken over by machines?
I work for my city in the Recreation and Parks Department. I am a junior coach, with no formal training. I am enrolling in a program to earn my credentials to become a professional coach. Is what I am now considered a blue collar job, and is what I plan to become considered a white collar one?
Working for the city, I make minimum wage. Doing private lessons, I charge 30 dollars/hour.
I have serious lower back pain with two dehyrdrated discs in the lumbar. I also have an office job. Sitting is absolutely killing me. I'm in physical therapy, but I'm hoping an ergonomic chair might help some too. Unfortunately I need to buy my own chair, and I can't really pop for an Aeron. We just have your typical swivel, up/down task chairs. Does anyone have a suggestion for a sub-500(400 would be even better) ergo task chair?