1. Hearing Officer
A hearing officer is also known as an administrative law judge.
An ophthalmologist is a medical and surgical specialist that deals specifically with the structure, function, diseases, and treatment of the eye.
Judges are elected or appointed officials who act as impartial decision-makers in the pursuit of justice.
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.
Do you have a love of teaching?
A neuropsychologist is a physiologist who specializes in understanding the relationship between the physical brain and behavior.
The field of psychiatry involves the treatment of mental disorders, and psychiatrists are trained physicians who evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients who are affected by temporary or chronic mental health issues.
Physicists study the universe and everything in it, from the very small (quantum) to the very large (cosmology).
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.
10. Molecular Biologist
Molecular biology is a field of science that explores and studies the structures and functions of cells on a molecular level.
11. Chief Executive
Some people are natural born leaders, innovators, and motivators.
Do you thrive at influencing and persuading others?
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.
14. Family Practitioner
A family practitioner specializes in providing medical care for the entire family.