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- Sep 18, 2008
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Certified Public Accountant - with 20 years in hospitals and clincs as well as health insurers. And I still am a CPA - my state still continues to extract a license renewal fee from me every two years, even though I am officially inactive and have pleaded poverty as a medical student. I'm sure I'll keep paying it - I worked too bloody hard for that certificate to just mail it back. Although I'll never use the title professionally again, of course - "Non-TradTulsa, MS, MD, CPA" is a little scary even to me. The "MS" I will keep, though - just to honor the fact that I had a previous life.
Interesting resume. Curious what order did this go in. You graduated undergrad, flipped burgers than became a lawyer?
-Pizza delivery driver
-Burger flipper (kinda gave me an idea where I might end up if I didn't finish law shool)
-Extern to a federal judge
Professional musician at various points during all of the above, including currently (part time obviously)
Awesome, lol, I love the background. Did you notice the colorful backgrounds of those interested in med school. There was a poster who was a bricklayer for 12 years.
How long did you do law and notice it wasnt for you. Which was better, flipping burgers or law, lol...
Nuclear physicist. You just picked the wrong side. Who want's a controlled steady state reaction when you could have gone to Nevada and made noise!Nuclear power is way too much of a George Jetson job. It requires long hours, and I never really found any reward in it. I'm hoping with medicine, it'll be different.
Although... I just got a job offer for 95k doing nuclear power and someone brought up that doctors have to pay ridiculous insurance coverages now. Is being a normal GP still worth doing these days?
(Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this)