(Original post by Stopford)
he posted the following in a different thread:
My Mum works in the hospital so I have 'links' to the psychologists. I had work experience with a neuropsychologist. I'm now relying on my Uncle to find me an occupational psychologist because he's up very high in a large business. Links are the best option.
1. It's funny enough that he's doing a Mickey Mouse degree i.e. Psychology.
2. He relied on his Mum to get work experience.
3. He intends to rely on his Uncle to get a job.
Yet he has the nerve to come in here and say we're just in it for the easy ride.
Ahahahahahahahahaaaha ohhh the irony. I love this
Are you in it for the money? Watch
- 20-03-2012 19:39
- 20-03-2012 23:30
I think everybody in here would be lying if they said money wasn't an important factor
- 28-03-2012 17:27
Remember not all dentists make tons of money. There are plenty of salaried posts that earn half what a high street practitioner would.
As for me, I don't think dentistry is a viable career option simply for the money. It's a long process and a lot of hard work, and I wouldn't be able to do it without getting some satisfaction and being interested in the job itself.
The combination of problem solving, creativity, and working with the public on a regular basis really appeals to me. That's not to say it isn't nice to know I'll be OK financially, but it's definitely not all about the money!