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3 Healthcare Fields You Should Consider Studying

 

Thanks to an aging population, healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries out there. A career in healthcare does more than just provide you with a paycheck though. You have an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of those who cross your path. Healthcare offers a broad range of career opportunities. With so many options, it can be difficult to decide what to pursue. Here are three options for your consideration.

 

Pharmacy

The pharmacy field is responsible for the research, development, and distribution of various drugs and medicines. You need a doctor of pharmacy degree to become a pharmacist. There often isn't a specific bachelor's degree you need to obtain in order to pursue a doctorate degree, but a bachelor's in pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, or biology can help you prepare for pharmacy school. You'll need to have a solid grasp of biology, chemistry, physics, and math in order to succeed. If you enjoy math and science, this might be a good option for you. Some of the benefits of a career as a pharmacist include the opportunity to help people, good job prospects, job security and flexibility, and good pay, even when you first start out. According to Hospital Careers, entry level jobs can pay as much as $80,000 to start. The average annual income is over $100,000.

 

Orthodontics

According to Kuhni Orthodontic Studio, orthodontics is an area of dentistry that focuses on helping teeth and jaws to become correctly positioned. Becoming an orthodontist requires you to complete a bachelor's degree with a good GPA, dental school, an accredited orthodontic program, become licensed as a dentist, and complete and pass the board examination set by the American Association of Orthodontics. Altogether, you're looking at roughly ten years of education and training before becoming an orthodontist. Becoming an orthodontist provides you with a great opportunity to help others. Oral health is essential to overall health, and many people experience an increase in self-esteem and confidence when they have a great smile. You will have the opportunity to educate people about their oral health and how to keep their teeth in good condition. An orthodontist's pay is nothing to sneeze at either, coming in at an average of just under $231,000 a year.

 

Dietetics

If food and healthy eating are of interest to you, you might consider studying dietetics. There are multiple career options for those studying dietetics, many earning over $100,000 annually. Studying dietetics can provide you with practical knowledge that you can use in everyday life. You can use what you learn to keep yourself and those around you healthier by making smart decisions about the foods you consume. As a professional, you can get paid to do that for others as well, many of whom will rely on your services to improve their performance and overall health.

 

Healthcare careers are great opportunities for those who want to help other people. While the education requirements are often hefty, both the monetary reward and the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others can make all that hard work more than worth it.

 

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