When I think about the time I'd like to commit to my education:
I would like to go a little past high school - most likely to career or technical school.
About two years – I’d like to earn an associate’s degree.
I want to attend a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree.
I expect to spend a long time in school. Ultimately, I’d like to earn a master’s degree or doctorate.
Most healthcare jobs require contact with patients. Ideally, how much contact would you like to have with people?
Very little – I would prefer limited contact with patients.
Some interaction with patients is okay, but not too much.
All the time! That’s why I want to go into healthcare!
I’m not sure how much interaction I’d prefer …. show me everything.
Sometimes healthcare jobs require contact with patient's bodily fluids. How do you feel about encountering bodily fluids as a part of your daily routine?
I do not want to come into contact with them at all – ever.
I would prefer not to deal with them on a daily basis.
I can handle it, especially if I know I’m helping someone.
It doesn’t faze me – the payoff of providing the necessary care is totally worth it.
I don’t know…..show me everything.
Once I'm working in my healthcare career, I would expect my salary to be:
No higher than about $40,000 per year.
Somewhere between $40,000 and $80,000.
At least $80,000.
Money is not everything.
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