When it comes to careers in STEM, a lot of people (both parents and students alike) think that they are “hard” and therefore not an invigorating. Well, they could not be more wrong! While going into the medical fields is certainly no walk in the park, that challenge is what makes it so much more rewarding. Doing things that are easy provide instant gratification and a quick path to an enjoyable feeling. But have you ever worked on something that pushed you to your limits? Or made you question if you could truly do this task? Was the feeling you had at the end something that was more euphoric than one from an easy task? Those are exactly the emotions you should be striving for! Nothing truly satisfactory comes easy, they all require work. And if you are really trying to see what you are capable of, what you can push yourself to do, then you should always be looking for a challenge. Careers in health science research will always provide these positive obstacles. The human body is one of the most complex systems in the universe, so there will always be something new to explore and improve upon. Our medical science has improved rapidly in the last 100 years, but we still have far to go so there is plenty of room to make your mark!
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