See how you match up against 56 medical field careers worth considering.
Are you an artistic person with a passion for hands-on work? A keen researcher with excellent attention to detail? Do you thrive on communication and talking to people?
We profiled 56 medical careers based on data from the U.S. Department of Labor. Adjust the following sliders to reflect your own personality traits and we’ll introduce you to your best healthcare career matches.
Not sure where to start? Scroll down to explore the 56 careers in Healthcare that don’t require a degree from a medical school.
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To become an Occupational therapist, you will need to get at least a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited institution. You will also require a relevant license to practice occupational therapy in the United States.