|11-18-2010, 07:07 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2010
I'm a 21 year old career changer. I'd like to pursuit a career in the allied health field. I love dietetics, but have also been encouraged by my counselor to look into SLP and other health fields.
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This is what I know:
- Can easily communicate with people
- Great at motivating others
- Want to have a rewarding job: helping people and actually being able to see the improvement
- low stress, yet good pay
- good job growth (opportunities)
- constant change is a must.. routines and monotony are a huge don't
I'd like to know your opinions: would SLP be a good idea? if you know about dietetics, what do you think about it? Any other allied health fields that might be suitable for me?
|11-24-2010, 10:40 AM||#2|
Join Date: May 2010
yes yes and yes. i dont know much about dietetics, but all my freinds from undergrad who were diet majors ended up changing their major, not getting a good job, or going to grad school for something different
|12-11-2010, 04:34 PM||#3|
BTW, where are you, do you still check this forum lol. And dont you have to do something post bacc in Dietetics to get a job nowadays.
Major:Exercise Science-Florida State University
Core PT GPA:3.07
GRE:1150 V:500 Q:650 AW:4
PTCAS verified/mailed: 8/26/2010
Interviews: Temple(11/12), RFUMS(11/20), Shenandoah(12/16)
Rejected:Franklin Pierce, RFUMS, Scranton, Marymount, UMary, Midwestern-IL, Alabama State, FIU
Waitlist:Temple, TJU, Shenandoah
Accepted:Touro, Southwest Baptist, UM-Flint, Hampton
Last edited by jbizzle; 12-11-2010 at 05:02 PM.
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