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    A Career in Medicine

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    A Career in Medicine My experiences at home have helped prepare me for a career in medicine I grew up in an economically depressed area in San Francisco where my mother was a single parent. Growing up without a father, I developed self-confidence and a sense of independence at an early age. In order to help my mother financially, I unloaded produce trucks during my years in high school. As a result, I was unable to enjoy many of the activities most youngsters enjoy. However, I am thankful for

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    experience for everyone involved. Medicine is such an interesting field because it is constantly changing and adapting with new information that is discovered and there are always learning opportunities. When I was in kindergarten, I always told people I wanted to become an astronaut-doctor-lawyer because I wanted to help others as well as explore new frontiers, and this is exactly what being a physician entails. Although my decision to pursue a career in medicine was not exactly straight forward

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    Future of Medicine Every time I think of the field I want to go into, the first and the most important thing that comes to my mind is that it should be something related to biology. I have been a science person all my life, and hence it is inevitable that I will go for a profession which gives me an opportunity to learn and discover science more deeply. In addition to this, it is also vital to choose a career, which can assure the availability of a reasonably paying job to support my needs. For me

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    While growing up I always wanted a career in the medical field. Finding the exact career that fits me best is the complicated part. However, after taking different courses and engaging into physical activity, I decided that I would be most successful as a sports medicine physician. However, trying to achieve a career in the physical and medical setting is not a easy route. It takes a lot of hard work, determination, and that drive to become successful in this field. California State University East

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    The motivation to pursue Medicine as a career is frequently presented as a few typical clichés. Some say “I’ve always known that Medicine was the career for me.” While others tout “I was often sick as a child” thus “the hospital was an integral part of my life” while others use the typical “Dr. _______ changed my life and I always wanted to be just like him/ her”. While some these things ring true of my own life experience, there were numerous, sometimes unrelated factors, that have influenced

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    A Career in Sports Medicine As we begin to grow up and come to the end of our high school career we must start to begin to start thinking about what type of career we want to be in.     It is very important that a person picks the right type of career for them. Otherwise you will be unhappy with what you are doing and will not enjoy it at all. I am not entirely sure what I want my career to be but I have a pretty good idea as to what type of job it will be. I would like to go into the field

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    Veterinary Medicine as a Career

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    VETERINARY MEDICINE AS A CAREER Working with animals has been a dream of mine since childhood. I was raised next door to the town veterinarian, Dr. Murphy. He specialized in farm animals, which my family raised, so he visited our house on a regular basis. He knew I loved to hear stories about his patients and always entertained me, no matter how busy he was. When I was 10, Dr. Murphy gave me a copy of “All Creatures Great and Small” by James Herriot. The book told the story of a country veterinarian

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    might change your life. This decision is choosing a career. Everyone wants to gain fortune and live a life they couldn’t as a teen. In Honduras about 42.5% percent of students, chose medicine because of the wealth’s provided as a doctor. However, becoming a doctor requires special abilities, like service vocation in order to perform this career for the rest of your life. There are many good and bad things of choosing medicine as a career in Honduras. A satisfying thing is that you would be

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    Sports Medicine The career I chose is sports medicine. Sports medicine is a career based on helping those injured whether they are an athlete or a 23-year-old in a car accident. After doing some research on which career is best for me, I chose sports medicine because I have a fascination with helping those that may be hurt, out of shape, or in rehab and need to get back on their feet. Sports medicine has always been my dream job because it fills that desire for me to help those that are injured

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    suspected all along: I do not belong in the world of business or engineering. I need to be in a profession in which I can establish unique relationships with people by having a positive impact on their lives. Oddly enough, my relationship with medicine began at an early age, as a twelve year old asthmatic, living in a house with two dogs (that I insisted on having). As a result, whenever I got sick, my respiratory situation was quick to decline, which inevitably led to frequent trips to the local

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