II. Basic part
1. Characteristics of a profession. Career selection
2. Factors in Career Choice
3. Actual and useful specialties
3.1. Social worker
3.2. Medical Specialties
3.4. Media Management
3. Careers Service. Social work in the workplace
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However, there are also numerous pediatric jobs available at children's hospitals, particularly in pediatric subspecialties such as pediatric surgery.14. PsychiatryPsychiatry entails the treatment of patients' mental health and well-being. Psychiatry may be practiced in an office, providing psychotherapy and medication for more common psychiatric care, or in a psychiatric hospital for more serious, acute psychiatric issues such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other issues requiring hospitalization. Psychiatry also involves treatment of patients with addictions such as drugs or alcohol.15. RadiologyRadiology is the medical field which entails the use of medical imaging to diagnose a variety of problems across all specialties and body systems. Radiology is a very high-tech field off
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