We hate to break it to you but graduating from medical school and becoming a doctor does not guarantee you a jaw-dropping career. However, with help from this book you can unearth exciting opportunities, enhance your employability and maximise your chances of achieving the ultimate career satisfaction!
Whether you are a sixth-form student who has just received an offer to study medicine or a junior doctor looking to take the next step towards your chosen speciality, this book can be used to help you accomplish your career goals. Whichever career path you want to take, and even if you want to work abroad, the information in this book will be relevant to you and it will give you a head start against the competition. It may also help you decide which career path to take! Have a read and set yourself on a pathway to professional enlightenment.
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