One of the healthiest ways to live and work is to care for and provide. If that is not the case, then it could be the only way. Is it any wonder then that those fine young men and women who graduate successfully from a nationally accredited healthcare program regard what follows as a vocation, or a calling. It is not a job. To them, it is not the fulfilment of career ambitions. It is the fulfilment of a passion.
For them, it is not all about the money, although it does still cost money to study further. It does still cost money to live comfortably within one’s means. But by this is not meant financial means. It, surely, is the emotional means that count for a whole lot more. The old sage advice is still unaltered. Do not pursue something inn which you are never happy. It is not time for a change of job. It is time for a life change.
The small world in which you live in is changing rapidly. More and more people are faced with previously unknown challenges. They thought, or they deluded themselves into believing that it would never happen to them. It is what happens on the other side. The current and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic sure proof of this. Nationally accredited healthcare programs will have revised their annual curriculums by now.
And it will probably always be subject to further revision. This is how things are these days. Indeed, it is still a welcome trend in the sense that more and more people are getting healthier and living longer. But sadly, far too many more continue to fall by the wayside. Those with a calling step forward please.