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Choosing between careers you are interested in for the money and a career you would enjoy for the rest of your life is very difficult to choose from Whether youre talking about which food to eat or even a job they are always going have their pros and cons whats good and whats bad about it What would you choose if you had to Money or Happiness Some Importances to look at for a job that suites you the best is Salary Experience Education and the demand for employees Ive played sports my whole life since I was 5 years old so I am very interested in athletic professions and helping athletes get to their peak so I thought athletic training would be for me but Ive always been really interested in nursing and helping sick people but my interest just still isnt as high as Athletic training The only thing really there for nursing is that the money is always going to be no matter what because of the demand for helpNursing and athletic training has a big gap between their salaries which in some cases can make or break your career Starting with Nursing they make about 64690 per year where as Athletic trainers only make 41600 per year Along with the great pay nursing offers they also offer very flexible schedules for your children if they need care For example if you have an infant thats need to be watched nurses schedules can work around that so you can plan accordingly to your childs needs Nurses flexible schedules are also fantastic because you get free time for studies if you are pursuing another career as well The only con regarding being a nurse is that most of the time you are on call 247 which requires you to be at home most of the time when you arent working in case an emergency pops up and you have to be up
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