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Medical Scientist Career Information : Medical Scientist Pros & Cons - YouTube

Medical scientist careers have pros and cons often related to the joys or disappointments of research results. Weigh the pros and cons of a medical science c...
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this video is of pros and cons of a medical scientist and includes much of what staff scientists do in their lab work. It is very informative in the aspects of what scientists are doing all day and where, and how they like and dislike what they do. This video fits my theme of pros and cons very well as it is weighing the upsides and downsides of being a scientist.

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An Interview with a Teacher

This is an interview with a teacher I had. This was great information because I got to personally talk to a teacher and ask any questions I had. He told me a few pros of cons of teaching in his opinion. fitting the theme of pros and cons very well

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An interview with teacher at Mill Creek Elementary: Michael Johnson

 

How did you decide to be a Teacher?

 People told him he would be a good teacher, and he had an opportunity as a stay at home dad to go back to school, so he did

 

What schooling did you go through for this career?

He has a Bachelors through Western Washington teachers program         

What do you recommend as classes In high school and college to prepare for this career?

General classes, psychology, and classes where you collaborate with other people.

 

What are the most rewarding parts / favorite parts of your career?

When students come back the next few years saying he is their favorite teacher

 

What are the least rewarding/ least favorite parts of your career?

Hard work, long work, and many unpaid hours.

 

Do you recommend this profession?

sure

 

Would you choose this career if you did it all over again?

yes

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Being a Nurse

Being a Nurse is 90% Calling and 10% Job! Watch this amazing video, a tribute to all Nurses around the globe..
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This video was great as it showed me insight from nurses points of view and what they do. It shows good and bad and all sides of the career, which fits my theme of pros and cons of careers.

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An Interview with a Staff Scientist

This is an interview I did with a staff scientist. It was great and very informative as I got to have a personal conversation and ask many questions helping me to understand the career and look further into it. This interview was mostly pros of the career as the woman I interviewed loved her job and had trouble finding cons. But she did mention a small amount of cons. Therefore this interview fits my pro con theme.

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An interview with Staff Scientist at Fred Hutch: Ali Johnson

 

How did you decide to be a Staff Scientist?

Since high school she always liked science, so she looked at different careers in the field. While at college she took many science classes and found she really like clinical chemistry. After college she got a job at Fred Hutch and was eventually offered the job of Staff Scientist.


What schooling did you go through after high school?

She has a BS from eastern in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, and Molecular Biology.

She planned to work for a year and then go back to school and get her PHD.

She ended up getting a manager position at Fred hutch and was eventually offered a job as a staff scientist which you normally need to have a PHD to get.


What do you recommend as classes In high school and college to prepare for this career?

Biotech, Biology, Molecular Bio, Bio chemistry, Chemistry, and many science classes.


What are the most rewarding parts / favorite parts of your career?

When she sees what she’s doing have an effect on patients. In her work it often times takes a long time to see the effect, so she loves the times she gets to see her work make an impact


What are the least rewarding/ least favorite parts of your career?

She loves her work and doesn’t have much that she dislikes.

Occasionally parts may be monotonous.


Do you recommend this profession?

Definitely

 

Would you choose this career if you did it all over again?

yes

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Pros and Cons of Teaching - YouTube

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This video is great because it shows several teachers opinions on pros and cons of teaching. The video is also very informative and filled with facts on teaching. It fits the theme of pros and cons of careers very well.

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Interview with a nurse

This is an interview I had with my aunt who is a nurse. This was one of my most valuable help as I was able to have an actual conversation with a nurse. It show answers to questions about many different parts of being a nurse and the pros and cons

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Interview with Nurse: Sandy Beyer

 

How did you decide to be a nurse?

 She was a social worker and worked multiple jobs, and decided to try nursing. She originally wanted to be a nurse when she first went to college, but didn’t pass a chemistry class she needed. So she went back and passed the chemistry class and began nursing.

 

What schooling did you go through after high school?

Associates. 2 years of community college

 

What do you recommend as classes In high school and college to prepare for this career?

Anatomy

Physiology

Chemistry

Science classes

 

What are the most rewarding parts / favorite parts of your career?

Seeing patients improving. She works in hospice so most the time her patients are going to die, so seeing the patients and their families find peace.

 

What are the least rewarding/ least favorite parts of your career?

Working in Hospice is hard since the patients aren’t going to live. Breaking bad news to family is very tough.

 

Do you recommend this profession?

yes

 

Would you choose this career if you did it all over again?

yes

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