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I want to become a Physical Therapist, but before I decide, I want to check all of my options. I know I want to help people, I don't want to be a nurse (my whole family is nurses, and none of them are happy...), I don't want to deal with major emergencies, and I want to work in a happy/encouraging environment... Physical Therapy really appeals to me, but if I take 6-7 years of college, get out and find something I like more or even don't like the career, I'd be devastated... Any opinions out there? I'm really looking for person experience, What makes your career in Health Care Appealing/Unsatisfying?

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You might want to look into Nuclear Medicine Technologist, they make fairly good salaries, from what I've heard it only takes 2-4 yrs to complete the degree/training and it is a growing field. The median pay for this is almost $70k per yr

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Something I heard about being an ear doctor. Earbuds are going to cause a lot of hearing problems when we are older, so, the doctors are going to get rich! I read an article on it not too long ago. I would look into it if I were you.

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You might want to look into physical therapy or massage therapy. Nursing is the pits

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