Why I Didn 't His Career Change

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When Jesus heard it, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance (Nelson)." There was once a young child whose mother was in college to become a nurse practitioner. She always said that any medical career would pay a lot, when she said this, he knew that he wanted to do something in the medical field, mainly because he dreamt of luxurious riches. Although, as he got older he realized that 's not what it 's all about, that money isn’t everything. So why didn’t his desired career change you ask? Well, as he got older, he had a strange infatuation with helping others, and making others feel good whether it be helping with homework, cleaning, mowing the grass, or generally being a good, helpful person. Anytime and every time that he would assist someone, he would feel exceptionally good, as if a wave of happiness had washed over him. He knew that making others happy, made him happy. So he officially decided that he wanted to help people for the rest of his life, thus he decided to become a physician’s assistant. The career of a physician’s assistant is an interesting and challenging occupation ,because of the multitude of patients and the amount of schooling required. The research found here will describe the career of a physician’s assistant, what is required to become a successful physician’s assistant, and the impact this career has on society. The particular career that wishes to be pursued is a physician’s assistant. The general duties of a physician’s assistant include assisting physicians and surgeons in their day to day tasks (Buff). Physician’s assistants are able to diagnose and treat their own patients as well. Th... ... middle of paper ... ...sician’s assistant is an exciting, challenging, rewarding, and hard-to-obtain career. It takes a long time and a lot of money to become one, education is strenuous and the job itself is not easy. One must attend four years of college and a another two years in a physician’s assistant program. Once one finally gets the career, their main goal will be caring for others, whether it be a simple physical exam, or a treatment of an illness, a PA must know it all when on-the-job. After doing research, I have not changed my mind on pursuing this career, it has only made me want to pursue it more. By studying and learning as much as possible, I still believe this is the right career for me. I am prepared to take on the 6 years of schooling to get the job of my dreams. my infatuation with helping others is still strong as ever and there is no sign of it dying down anytime soon.

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