Introduction to career<br />Duties<br />Perform surgery<br />Meet with patients and diagnose them<br />Do paperwork<br />Education<br />8 years total, and sometimes more<br />Hard working Conditions<br />Good future outlook<br />Many uses of technology<br />
Long hours often</li></ul>Weekend work is common<br /><ul><li>20-30 vacation days usually</li></li></ul><li>Training, Qualification, and Advancement<br /><ul><li>Must complete a doctor of medicine (MD) degree
Applicants to become a surgeon must complete at least 3 years of school, however, most surgeons complete 4
Then, surgeons complete 4 years of medical school
Surgeons next complete at least a 5 year residency performing surgery in any area of the body, sometimes specific to their degree.
If surgeons still wish to specialize more, additional schooling is required.</li></li></ul><li>Outlook for Surgeons<br /><ul><li>The outlook for surgeons looks relatively good.
With the baby boomers becoming older, the need for all kinds of surgeons is increasing</li></li></ul><li>Earnings and Salary<br />Beginning level salary-$120,000<br />Top level earnings-$600,000<br />Average earnings-$357,000<br />
Technologies<br /><ul><li>Technology is a big part of a surgeons job
Help to increase the safety for patients, helping healing and illnesses.
Make surgeries much easier</li></li></ul><li>Summary<br />Being a surgeon is not my top choice for a job right now, but I think that I might still be interested<br />I am not interested in working weekends commonly or working nights<br />God and family are the two most important things in my life.<br />Working nights would take away time, precious memories, and a chance for me to be involved<br />
Being a Surgeon and a Guardian<br />As a guardian, I demonstrate many traits that surgeons need like…<br />I am hard worker, <br />I try to be helpful and dependable to the best of my ability<br />I am dutiful, yet, I am cautious<br />