Best Careers That Are Growing Quickly

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1. Animal Caretaker

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Animal Caretaker

Your Match?

Animal caretakers love animals and taking care of them.

2. Gynecologist

Gynecologist Gynecologist


Your Match?

A gynecologist treats the overall health of their female patients, treating problems and diseases of the female reproductive system such as breast and hormonal problems, urinary tract and pelvic disorders, and cancer of the cervix.

3. Pediatrician

Pediatrician Pediatrician


Your Match?

Derived from the Greek words pais, meaning child, and iatros, which means doctor or healer, a pediatrician is a medical professional who specializes in providing medical care to children.

4. Anesthesiologist

Anesthesiologist Anesthesiologist


Your Match?

If you think that you'd like the operating room environment versus doing rounds, and would be ok handling the occasional emergency, anesthesiology might be for you.

5. Veterinarian

Veterinarian Veterinarian


Your Match?

A veterinarian is a medical professional who protects the health and well-being of both animals and people.

6. Cardiothoracic Surgeon

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Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Your Match?

A cardiothoracic surgeon is a medical doctor who specializes in surgical procedures inside the thorax (the chest), which may involve the heart, lungs, esophagus, and other organs in the chest.

7. Humanitarian

Humanitarian Humanitarian


Your Match?

Are you passionate about making a difference in this world?

8. Neurosurgeon

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Your Match?

A neurosurgeon is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system.

9. Surgeon

Surgeon Surgeon


Your Match?

A surgeon is able to remove diseased tissue or organs, repair body systems, or replace diseased organs with transplants.

10. Nurse Anesthetist

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Nurse Anesthetist

Your Match?

Nurse anesthetists (or certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA)), have completed graduate-level education and have been board certified in anesthesia.