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Why choose the medical careers


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Why choose the medical careers

  1. 1. BY: Erik Colon & JoseVillalobos
  2. 2.  A medical Career are careers that combine medical technology with a human touch that will hold 24/7.  The medical career clients are treated professionally and efficient manner.  Medical Career is where you get challenged you learn in the science and intellectual skills in a number of other areas as a student.  They especially in the science, to provide the foundation for studying medicine.
  3. 3. The type of medical are Audiologist, Cardiovascular Technologist, Chiropractor, Clinical LaboratoryTech, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Dentist, DispensingOptician, EMT and Paramedic, Home Care Aide, LaboratoryTechnician, Massage Therapist, MedicalAssistant, Medical Sonographer, Medical Technician, MedicalTranscriptionist, Nuclear MedicineTech, and etc.
  4. 4.  Students don’t need to have a major but the will need to complete a coursework in natural science, courses of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physic.  Take 11-16 years to complete the education, which are 4 years of college, 4 years medical school, 3-8 years of preparation of training in a specialty area.  Develop reasoning, analytical, an communication.  Doctors still need to take courses and learn about the advancements in their field.
  5. 5. To get a medical degree:  Receive a Bachelor's Degree.  Research medical school requirements.  Investigate financial aid opportunities.  Enroll in a medical school  Complete required courses
  6. 6.  The health care industry includes a wide selection of establishments ranging from small private practices to large inner-city hospitals.  This facilities employ health care workers: physician offices, home health care providers, offices of dentists, outpatient care centers, medical and diagnostic laboratories, medical and surgical hospitals, psychiatric and substance abuse centers, nursing care facilities, community care facilities for senior citizens, long-term care settings, rehabilitation centers.
  7. 7.  Can start a health career with a diploma and certificate.  There is employment opportunities with great wages just for certified professional without waiting for a job.  In time you will get a bachelor degree or an associate.  Many employers will offer tuition repayment, flexible schedules and part-time job opportunities to health care workers looking to further their education.  This is a great place to be if you want to be in professional team using the latest technology, and help people.
  8. 8.  Medical schools and colleges provide education and training to students interested in entering healthcare, technological, paralegal and business careers, or advancing their own current progress.  programs include hands-on training with industry-standard equipment that help students develop important skills needed in their careers  Students are encouraged to take advantage of the reduced pressure by exploring and challenging themselves personally and professionally to prepare a solid foundation for success in medical school and for leadership roles in their medicine career they desire.  They are encouraged and assisted in pursuing unique opportunities as undergraduate students that can be further developed into their medical education and beyond.  In most of the countries the study of medicine is completed as an undergraduate degree not requiring qualification student coursework.
  9. 9.  This shows that not everyone is accepted in the medical schools
  10. 10.  The demand for high quality medical treatment has made the increase in medical career.  What helps the salary for medical career are Location, Education level, Experience, Job title, and Employer.  Location: You may earn more living in a city than in a rural area.  Education level: A higher level of education usually receives higher pay.  Experience : More experience equals more compensation  Job title: Job titles indicate experience, training and responsibility.  Employer: Bigger employers often pay higher than smaller employers.
  11. 11.  High earnings Potential (depends on job)  Job Security  Job satisfaction  Self-employment  Variety  Education  Civil Service  Career option outside medicine  Holistic Opportunities  Education still continues
  12. 12.  DEBT  Long education.You'll spend several years training and preparing at schools and hospitals (e.g. medical school, internship, residency)  Long process to acquire a license  Difficult  Stressful  Depressing when you are unable to help  Time consuming  Long hours  A great deal of responsibility  Managed care means more difficulty earning a high salary  Very significant student loans
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