Hello, I am new to SDN, so forgive me if this is in the wrong section. Background information: Hispanic female living in NC, fluent in both Spanish and English. Majoring in Microbiology and currently have a 4.0 GPA. My dream was to become a Pathologist and after searching threads, researching and looking for current vacant jobs in NC, I realized that the job market is absolutely terrible. I wouldn't mind relocating, but I'd rather not as my parents are immigrants and moving to another state is easier said than done. Yes, my parents would have to relocate with me, it's a long story as to why that is so but it involves immigration, citizenship, economic issues and a family of 6. Perhaps the job market will become better in the following years, but if it does not I would like to have more options to consider. Are there particular MD paths where being bilingual would be a great asset to have? I could be trilingual as well if I study more French since I am not fully fluent yet. Currently learning a bit of Japanese and Korean, but it would take more than a couple of years to be fluent as well. The salary isn't a huge factor, but I would prefer that the residency isn't extremely long such as a surgeon's would be. I am very open to most areas of medicine as well. Well, maybe not Emergency Medicine since it's a bit too risky for me. I know that this is a very vague question and that I have many options, but I would greatly appreciate any advice you could give me. I will be continuing to research as I have in the past weeks and I hope to find a good fit for me. Thanks!!