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    hello, opinions pls.
    > which one of these do you think has the better pay?
    >the better career prospects?
    >and ultimately leads to a happier career choice?

    Nursing- all branches and areas e.g. practice nurse, nurse practitioner, childrens nurse, mental health nurse, staff nurse etc.

    Midwifery

    Pharmacist- all areas

    Pharmacy technician

    Doctor

    Biomedical Scientist- all areas incl research

    Healthcare Scientist
    Paramedic

    Pathologist

    Police Officer

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    The one that leads to a happier career choice is the one YOU want to do.

    Pay is pretty irrelevant if you don't enjoy your job. Yes, money is necessary to live, but it most certainly isn't the be all and end all.

    To be honest, all of the career paths you have listed all have good career prospects and opportunities to specialise or branch out after obtaining the basic necessary qualifications. So I say again, choose the one YOU want to do Good luck!
 
 
 
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