For my Health Science 1 class we were instructed to choose 3 different careers. The careers to be chosen were a health care career, a career of disinterest, and a career we would like to pursue. I aspire to be a Cardiovascular Perfusionist because it would feel great to be able to prevent someone from dying pre- maturely. I dislike the real estate field because they don't make much money and they do entirely too much work for not much profit. I choose Neurology as my health care career because I like learning about the brain, how it works and how and why people get mental disorders.
The career is chose is nursing, I chose this career because I love helping people, I am avid about making sure people are getting everything they need, making sure they get all of their medication so they can get better and can live a healthy life, Being a nurse you will record patients medical history and symptoms, administer patients’ medicines and treatments, operate and monitor medical equipment, explain what they do when going home. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills, talents needed salary and benefits offered and the duties for particular career when making this decision, with my help they could burgeon and get better.
I am writing in response to the border patrol agent position advertised on USA jobs. I am graduating Xavier in December 2016. As a recent graduate from Xavier University of Louisiana with a Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science, I am particularly interested in the position as it will utilize the skills I have acquired in pursuit of my degree. The Customs and Border Protection Agency within the Department of Homeland Security is of interest to me because I believe in order to be a strong country, we must have strong protection.
For my career I chose to do FBI field agent. I want to do this because I always wanted to do something with the government. My mom worked with the government and got to meet tons of celebrities. My brother-in-law is in special forces and told me some things he did that I think is interesting.
I don’t believe that I would enjoy being a radiologic technologist nor do I believe I would like being a phlebotomist. Both are in the medical field which does interest me so I feel like that is the reason those two were in my top picks for careers. The special agent is very interesting because I do feel like I would enjoy a career in that. That would be where my interest in investigating and solving problems would come into play so I do think that career choice is accurate even though that is not what I’m doing. The last one, mental-retardation aide, I feel like is very accurate. Obviously my heart is for people with disabilities and I have a love in being able to help them and see them succeed. So I definitely can see how that career choice would be on my top
The United States Border Patrol is a police force located all over America. Most people think the only job Border Patrol has is chasing down immigrants due to the media coverage on the Mexican border. Although it is a big part of the job it is not the only thing done. The main position for agents is in Mexico, another main location is Canada. Between the two locations 21,000 agents patrol 6,000 miles. (Department of Homeland Security, n.d.) The Border Patrol’s keeps illegal people, drugs, and weapons of mass destruction from entering our country. Another major responsibility is to prevent terrorist from trying to cross the border. In order to prevent this from happening Border Patrol have check points with man power alert at all times. Equipped with the best equipment from the government they stop virtually everything crossing. I along with most of the country feel that this is a very important job in the United States.
I’d definitely consider such a career based off my experience. Just by being in the same room as a patient and taking note on every test or decision the nurse
The U.S. Border Patrol to me is very important to the United States of America and to me as well. Without the Border Patrol, America would be a goat standing in the middle of a wolf cage. The Border Patrol and their agents border the boundaries of America so we can be safe in our homes. People don’t realize how important any kind of law enforcement is, until the day that they need assistance comes. I don’t take our men and women who protect us Americans; it is something that not everyone can say that they have. I have no one in my family that has worked with the Border Patrol, and I want to be the first in my family to join the Border Patrol. I am from Del Rio Texas, a border town neighbors with Mexico. The U.S. Border
Typically, when someone hears ‘medical field’, automatically you think of people with white lab coats and a stethoscope around their neck ready to take your vitals. Obviously this comes to mind because these doctors and surgeons are the face of the medical field, but in reality there is so much more. There are actually about 300 different occupations one can have in the health care field. A large part of that is nurses. Nurses are the basis of the medical field; they are almost as important as the patients themselves. They have always been a major part of our lives. Nurses have been with us since we first opened our eyes, from birth to broken bones, nurses were there. They have very difficult and extensive careers, they dedicate their lives to their work and to their patients. Some nurses spend long nights away from their family and friends to help others, at times their shifts can last as long as 24 hours. In my opinion nurses are the real super heroes, for this reason I have decided to pursue a major in nursing. I still have a lot to learn and many years of schooling to go, but personally its worth the wait.
Clare Foran once stated, “The more obstacles that stand in the way, the more perilous it will be to cross.” In today’s society, many immigrants are illegally entering the United States of America by the border of Mexico. Many Americans tend to agree with politicians that people in the country illegally are criminals and social and economic burdens to law-abiding, tax-paying Americans and that illegal immigrants cost taxpayers billions for social services. These citizens believe that people who break the law by crossing the U.S. borders without proper documentation or by overstaying their visas should be deported and not rewarded with a path to citizenship and access to social service since they acted in a disloyal way to achieve the position
A total of 38,901 Muslim refugees entered the U.S. in 2016, making up 46% of refugees who entered the country. The United States needs to increase border patrol and provide more extensive qualifications for the naturalization process. Consequently, the border patrol has not been able to stop all the immigrants from immigrating illegally. According to “The Truth About Border Security” “We have been able to stop only about 30% of those attempting to cross our border between 1996 and 2009…”. Based on these percentages, we can see how inadequate our border patrol is at controlling our borders. On the same token, we need to reform our naturalization test to enter the U.S. and becoming a citizen. Professor Winke told reporter Sam Harnett, “I think
In the middle of the Indian Ocean there is a little island that is home to a thousand people. The water is warm and the sun is always shining. The members on the island live a life free of danger and they feel safe in their community on the island. All of the members have created a simple, easy life that works best for them. The island hasn’t always been the way it is today, members have created a community that is very integrated. The community hold over the members is strong and they all know what it means to be a member on the island. Border Patrol on the island is very strict to help ensure the members are protected. Security guards only allow certain people on the island and limit their time there. Due to the lack of autonomy on the island,
Depending on what type of nurse will also depend on what type work environment you’ll be in. For example, becoming an emergency RN, this job would require you to think fast as well as have quick problem solving while in the hospital in the emergency room. I would like to one day be an OBGYN dealing with pregnant woman and their babies, helping to deliver their babies and working hands on, OBGYN stands for obstetrician. This job requires me to work at the hospital instead of a clinic. There is a similar job called a Midwife where according to, “Learn What You'll Do and What Traits You Need to Succeed as a Nurse Midwife” having the same requirement as an OBGYN but more of working hands on every day with the soon to be mother and making sure she