Career Redo Success Club
Career Change Challenges,
, Aim To Become A Doctor and Succeed
April 15, 2023 - Issue #0052
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- These Blue-Collar Jobs Pay At Least #100,000 A Year
- Considering a Career Change? Start With These Steps | Recruiter Tips
- Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki - Medical Doctor
- Ask The Editor
These Blue-Collar Jobs Pay At Least #100,000 A Year
The article in yahoo finance gives a listing of numerous blue-collar jobs that can provide income close to and above $100,000 per year. Yes, there are jobs that provide that income.
Some of the job discussed are:
- Air traffic controller
- Radiation therapist
- Police and detectives
- Elevators and escalator installation and repair
- Mail superintendents
- Airline pilots
- Construction manager
- Nuclear technician
- Many more…
Numerous other were discussed as well as limitations and suggestions to improve the possibilities of moving to that role.
see the entire article here
Considering a Career Change? Start With These Steps | Recruiter Tips
Isela Garcia, a recruiter at Google provides tips and advice on how to begin your career change. She covers topics such as using your personal network, researching your desired career, and thinking about how your current career can help you in your next one.
- Do your research to understand the specific requirements for this new role.
- Talk to folks in your network who have positions similar to the one you want.
- Find out what the position entails and ask how to stand out as a contender.
- Determine if there are job requirements that the job advertisements don’t mention, such as certifications, etc.
- Network to find ways to get someone in the industry to recommend you.
- See if the role you desire in located within your current organization.
- Use your cover letter to your advantage.
Summary: ensure you do your homework, connect with others in your desired industry, tell your story, and
highlight your best transferable skills.
The video is 2:40 minutes long.
See the video here
Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki - Medical Doctor
At 18 years old, Marianna Kapsetaki placed in the nation’s top 0.5% at the national university entrance examinations in Greece and entered the Medical School of the University of Crete.
During her medical training she completed 96 courses, undertook 29 projects, and had daily clinical experience at the University of Crete teaching hospital and affiliated departments in Crete. These clerkships (1-3 months each) included Neurology, Psychiatry, Cardiology, Anaesthesiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Pulmonary-Respiratory Medicine, Otorhinolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Primary Health Care Fieldwork Training. She was also offered an Erasmus scholarship to attend clerkships at hospitals in London.
She then obtained a MSc degree (Distinction) in Performing Arts Medicine from University College London, obtaining clinical experience at the Royal National Throat Ear Nose
Hospital in London, and was subsequently presented with the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine Award for Best MSc dissertation. In 2021, she was included in the Forbes '30 Under 30' Europe list in Science & Healthcare.
She is a member of the Medical Association of Heraklion and is currently working as a doctor in Greece. She continues to attend multiple educational workshops, courses, and conferences in medicine.
Read more about Dr. Kapsetaki below.
Read how to become a doctor
Ask The Editor
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