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I want to be a pediatrician or dentist, or orthodontist, but I'm not really sure at this point since its only my first year in college. I'm not even sure if i'm going to make it to med school. What sucks about college though is you have to decide what you want to do, and i really dont want to decide yet.
Oh excellent, because I plan on obtaining such a lovely certificate from the world renowned University of Whistler. I'm bound to make connections with the higher ups in BC politics, so I'm fairly certain I can open up a General Ass Kicking practice....
Othopedic would be sick but Anesthesiologist would be better. You get paid tONNNs and all you do is roll in there, knock out the patent, an go home. The nurses watch everything for you. Only problem is that if you fuck up, people die and its your ass.
I hope you guys realise how competitive and arduous it is to become a doctor; you don't just roll into med school. Also, if you decide half way through med school that being an MD is not your thing, then you just wasted like $300,000 or more.
my brother is in 2nd year of med school at stritch school of medicine @ loyola chicago...insain amount of studying/work...going in to become neurosurgeon...u can ask me any questions and i relay that off to him if you need any advice on applying somewheres, general concerns, etc..
SICK, I got a couple questions. What are the hours for residents? (or does it differ), how long did it take you to put in your first line properly? and...... Did he have to become a basic surgeon and then deal with the neuro part, or what?
NUrsing looks like a more ski-friendly job. You can work the hours to where youre working 12 hour shifts 3 days a week. That leaves you 4 days a week to ski if you want. Nurses dont have to be on call and shit all the time like doctors do.
And if you dont care about being rich, it pays plenty, $25 an hour is about average, but goes higher. Works out to about $50k a year. Hell if I was doing it, I'd just bum it and work 6 months a year and make $25k a year, as long as I didnt have a family to support. If youre a dude youll always be labled a male nurse though, haha.