Introduction to Health Careers
My Ideal Career
I have two options for my life. I have the training that I had in the military that could send me into Aviation, or I could go into Health Information Technology. The stress in aviation could be a problem, and there will always be jobs in healthcare, I know I will go into one or the other, so I researched both and here is what I have come up with. Why I Chose to work in Aviation. We were sitting in a trailer, another long shift almost over, ready to go home after days of being awake and monitoring the skies. Suddenly, there is an alarm. Nothing new, alarms happen quite often, we knew how to react. The alarms didn't just dissipate, they became louder and more intense. Things were beginning to get serious. We set off the flashers on buildings, got the f15 teams ready to deploy and started weapons launch procedures. There was one single plane coming in, flying towards what we were there to protect. This plane made it to the point where I had my finger on the launch button, which would have sent missals up and destroyed it, debris would have fallen and possibly killed civilians and definitely damaged property. The pilot finally turned off his flight path and landed when the f15s guided him down. It turns out it was just the governor, out for a joy ride, thinking that the law did not apply to him. Air Traffic Control, it seems like it would be such a simple and boring job, but in my experience, it is anything but. To become an air traffic controller, all you have to do is take an FAA approved course and pass the test. This can be waived if you are a military veteran or have past flight control experience. The problem with this job is also an upside. An air traffic controller can only work at their job for ten years before being retired. The job is very stressful and suicide rates are though the roof. Unfortunately, or possibly fortunately, this means...