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    professional job. Although most people believe that careers and jobs are identical, they still fail to identify their recognizable differences. In society today, jobs can be easily obtained by those who qualify for that position. People at different stages of their lives do want a job in which they can improve on their working abilities and possibly be promoted. Most jobs do not require a lot of experience,…

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    Surgeon "An average surgeon has perfect eyes, a strong heart, and a delicate hand." Dr. John H. Sweetnam All surgeons need a strong heart because there is fierce competition in most fields of specialized surgery. Surgeons need perfect eyes to guide their hands through surgery. The job of a surgeon is very demanding and is not a perfect fit for everyone. A surgeon requires availability, physical stamina, and a doctoral degree with an internship. The environment of the workplace, either…

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    First thing to remember is that, surgeons specialize in treating injury, disease, and deformity through operations. Moreover, they make sure everything will maintain healthy and in great condition. The physician and surgeons job will change by 18% by 2022. Overall surgeons fix problems patients might see about their body. First and for most, before becoming a surgeon, medical students must complete four years in undergraduate school, as well as four years of medical school. Especially three to…

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    An emergency medical technician (EMT) quickly wheels a patient into the emergency room. An emergency room surgeon responds immediately, rushing to his aid. The patient’s appendix has ruptured, requiring immediate surgery to prevent the spread of toxins in his body. In the operating room, the surgeon operates skillfully, methodically, and quickly to save the patient’s life. Surgeons literally have the power to save lives. A surgeon performs operations on people who have injuries or who have…

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    Trauma surgeons have their day of responsibilities 365 day a year until retirement. Trauma surgeons start their day by waking up a five o’clock in the morning once they arrive at work by six o’clock they are either ready for an off call day or an on call day. An off call day trauma surgeons usually work for twelve hours, and an off call day they work for twenty-four hours. On the average trauma surgeons work about fifty to sixty hours per week. During the day there is at least one to a…

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    Trauma Surgery Are you traumatized? A lot of people have had trauma, but a trauma surgeon can help. Trauma is a certain type of surgical specialty, there are many types of surgeons. Here are a few examples of different surgeons: Plastic surgeon, Orthopedic surgeons, Ophthalmology (eye) surgeon, Neurological surgeons, Gynecology Oncology surgeons, and last but not least Trauma surgeons. Trauma surgeons circle treatment of the most severe, life-threatening, penetrating and blunt force…

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    The Careers Of Surgeons

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    occupation I have chosen to research is surgeons. Some reasons I have chosen this occupations is because I would love to help people from dying and watching “Grey’s Anatomy” makes me want to operate on people. There are many types of surgeons around the world; some includes; a Neuro Surgeon operates on the brain, a Cardiothoracic Surgeon operates on the heart, and a Plastic Surgeon makes people look how they want to look. 2. There are many responsibilities that you need to take being a “high…

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    In this paper I will explain why I have chosen to become a surgeon, and also why I believe it is the perfect job for me. I have finally decided on the thought of becoming a surgeon, but before I can actually make that dream a reality, I plan on majoring in Biology as an undergraduate student…

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    A career as a Personal Financial Advisor or as a Surgeon are both worthwhile careers that have a lot to offer, but they differ greatly in terms of educational requirements, job description, work environment, inherent risks, and potential financial compensation. The education requirements for a Personal Financial Advisor vary on how successful you want to be in the industry. The first step would be getting a Bachelor’s Degree, while it does not have to be in finance or economics, it is…

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    A Surgeon Research Paper

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    Paragraph 1:Title of the career/occupation you chose and a summary/description of the job in your own words.What led you to this career in science? The career I have chosen is a surgeon. A surgeon operates to fix injuries, correct deformities, prevent diseases, and help out the patients in any other way they can. Surgeons also have to be able to see if surgery is necessary, they have to be able to explain to the patient the risks of the operation, and choose which operation to do. I chose this…

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