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    I am newly arrived to The Student Room and I should say that it is great anticipation with which I greet the existing members of the forum. I have yet to choose my GCSEs and I would be appreciative of any advice which could be solicited from members of The Student Room as to the preciding question, regarding whether the persecution of business, law or medicine is more profitable, or sustainable. The domains which are regarded as attributable to profitable and sustainable professions are as follows: the median annual income, the job security, the investment period, the success rate and the prime motivation factor.

    In the persecution of status as an orthopedic surgeon, the medical practice with the highest median income, 20+ years of higher education is required within a highly competitive field. The average job security and success rate is higher than the success rate and security of jobs within accounting and finances, but the annual income is significanly lower than the income of successful accountants, etc. Medicine requires four years of a science-related undergraduate course or all six of the prerequisites, being two years of biology, two years of chemistry, one year of calculus, etc., follwed by four years of medical school, six years of residency and one to two years of fellowship, etc. Similiar routes would be followed for the persecution of law or business.

    My question to the members of The Student Room regards as to whether I should choose to pursue a career in law, business or medicine and what the persecution of these professions entails. I am deeply open to the advice of those who have through experience been able to discriminate between these precursory occupations. I doubtless will not receive many replies but, for those of you who wish to chat with me, I'd be more than willing to do so. Now, I have to return to pretending that there's a justifiable reason as to why I am postponing the completion of my homework until the last minute – haha!
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    (Original post by genspen)
    I am newly arrived to The Student Room and I should say that it is great anticipation with which I greet the existing members of the forum. I have yet to choose my GCSEs and I would be appreciative of any advice which could be solicited from members of The Student Room as to the preciding question, regarding whether the persecution of business, law or medicine is more profitable, or sustainable. The domains which are regarded as attributable to profitable and sustainable professions are as follows: the median annual income, the job security, the investment period, the success rate and the prime motivation factor.

    In the persecution of status as an orthopedic surgeon, the medical practice with the highest median income, 20+ years of higher education is required within a highly competitive field. The average job security and success rate is higher than the success rate and security of jobs within accounting and finances, but the annual income is significanly lower than the income of successful accountants, etc. Medicine requires four years of a science-related undergraduate course or all six of the prerequisites, being two years of biology, two years of chemistry, one year of calculus, etc., follwed by four years of medical school, six years of residency and one to two years of fellowship, etc. Similiar routes would be followed for the persecution of law or business.

    My question to the members of The Student Room regards as to whether I should choose to pursue a career in law, business or medicine and what the persecution of these professions entails. I am deeply open to the advice of those who have through experience been able to discriminate between these precursory occupations. I doubtless will not receive many replies but, for those of you who wish to chat with me, I'd be more than willing to do so. Now, I have to return to pretending that there's a justifiable reason as to why I am postponing the completion of my homework until the last minute – haha!
    My advice = it's far too soon to choose.

    Use any one or all of them as your end goal and reassess in a couple of years.


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