You help other that are injured or you go across sea to help others
My work combines:
My work combines:
Day to Day
I would see a Clinic with people inside that need help. You would feel tight clothes on and long heavy boots on your feet. You would see people standing at a desk getting ready to get checked out. You would also see ocean water and smell salt water in your nose. You would hear shouting and alarms going on and off. You would feel some water come up and hit you a little. You would hear jets coming off the runway and you would see people walking around doing all kinds of things.
Skills & Qualities Beyond School
You need to learn math that's for sure! You can learn stuff in P.E. about sports so when something happens to a patient you would know what they did wrong and you would know how to fix it. You would also learn about science because if you don't know science how would you know about the human body? Science is really important because if you don't know anything about it how can you know what to do?
Advice for Getting Started
Here's the first step for middle school students
The Navy is awesome! You get to help people that don't get the help that they need. You get to see new places across the sea and learn new things that surprise you because you never learned it. You get to take care of others and save people's lives. You get to fly jets - sometimes - and you get to do things that other people would like to do but just don't have the time to learn what you would learn.
My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:
The Noise I Shed
From Society in General:
"You can't do this because you're just not good enough to be in that job and you would never make it past college anyway!"