Broadcasting vs Nursing

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Broadcasting Vs. Nursing Broadcasting has always been a huge interest of mine even though nursing has been stuck in the back of my mind since a young age. Everyone always wants to be some sort of doctor at some point of their lives whether it is because of the money outcome or if it is just wanting to be in a doctor suit, at least that is what I always thought. But after researching both careers, I learned that a job in the medical field such as nursing really is not the career for me. My personality is beyond out going and creative, which doesn’t really fit into the characteristics of a nurse or any type of doctor. For some people a job is about the money which do not get me wrong is very important but to me the most important thing about a career is enjoying what you are doing. A career in the broadcasting field is definitely my primary career while nursing is my secondary career that I have studied.
Job Title and Job Description Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast news analysts inform the public about news and events happening internationally, nationally, and locally through newspapers, magazines, websites, television, and radio channels. People involved in the broadcasting career lead many interviews and investigating stories, which means they do a lot on the field work. Many deadlines are required for this job because it is important to inform the world on breaking news as soon as possible but also correct information. Broadcasters are basically investigators without the criminal justice degree. They review articles, update stories, interview people for opinions and facts, interpret information for the audiences to understand and research topics/stories that their editor has assigned them. Nurses provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients
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