My Ideal Career By kristine spilko 10H

Job family: You may be the kind of person who enjoys helping and caring for others.In a team project you will want everyone to get along well and stop arguing.people like you often enjoy the following jobs are social work,nursing,doctor,speed therapist,teaching and child care etc.

Skills: Theses are some of the skills you will need if you want to be a doctor you will need to have an open mind like do you get along with people whose attitudes and background are very different from yours ? And can you see things from other peoples point of view,Patience Do you get impatient with other people easily, or are you willing to go along at their pace? And you also will need excellent communication skills and the ability to explain choices to patients.

You need English to be a doctor because when your talk to people you need to use the right words and the proper English and pronunciation and you also need to spell the words right when your writing so people know what your writing.

You need maths for to be a doctor because Math is crucial to becoming a doctor because doctors use math to determine the right dosage for a drug based on a patient's body type and height.

And you also need science to become a doctor because you need to know all the different types of chemicals and body parts what they are called and different acids.

Qualifications:Entry requirements vary, but to get on a medical degree you normally need at least five GCSEs at grades A* or A, including English and maths and at least grade B in science. You also need a minimum of three A levels at grades AAA or AAB in chemistry and either biology, physics or maths, plus another academic subject.

You’ll examine, diagnose and treat patients who have been referred to you by GPs and other health professionals. Medicine is a large field, and you’ll specialise in a particular area like:surgery – caring for patients before, during and after an operation

medicine – treating general medical conditions and working in specialisms like cardiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, geriatrics and neurology

You may spend time :leading a team of medical staff

managing a department

teaching and supervising trainee doctors

writing reports, and keeping GPs informed about the diagnosis and care of their patients

. Working hours, patterns

You’ll work long hours including nights and weekends. You’ll be part of an out-of-hours rota system.

You’ll spend time in consulting rooms, wards, operating theatres and special units like accident and emergency.

You will normally work in a hospital or in a treatment or in a room.

. Salary

Starter: £26,350 to £45,750 (doctors in training)

Experienced: £37,500 to £70,000 (specialty doctors)

Highly Experienced: £76,000 to £102,500 (consultants)

Surgeons working in the private sector may be paid more.

These figures are a guide.


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