Jobs that require Concern for Others

These careers require a high level of Concern for Others.

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1. Family Practitioner

Family Practitioner

Family Practitioner

Your Match?

When most people think of a doctor, they think of a family practitioner.

2. Music Therapist

Music Therapist

Music Therapist

Your Match?

A music therapist is part of an employment subgroup of creative arts therapists who use the arts to treat mental illness, provide support for individuals with disabilities, and to promote wellness and personal growth and creativity.

3. Neurologist

Neurologist

Neurologist

Your Match?

A neurologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating diseases that affect the human nervous system.

4. Urologist

Urologist

Urologist

Your Match?

A urologist is a medical professional that specializes in the treatment of medical conditions that affect the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.

5. School Counselor

School Counselor

School Counselor

Your Match?

A school counselor is a member of the education team, and is someone who gives valuable assistance to students, helping them with their academic goals, their social and personal development, and with their career development.

6. Physical Therapist

Physical Therapist

Physical Therapist

Your Match?

A physical therapist is someone who diagnoses and treats people (of all ages) who have injuries, medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to function and move properly in their daily lives.

7. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist

Your Match?

A magnetic resonance imaging technologist, also often referred to as an MRI technologist, is a person who operates a magnetic imaging machine and works in conjunction with a radiologist.

8. Sports Medicine Physician

Sports Medicine Physician

Sports Medicine Physician

Your Match?

A sports medicine physician is a doctor who specializes in taking care of people who have sports injuries.

9. Substance Abuse Social Worker

Substance Abuse Social Worker

Substance Abuse Social Worker

Your Match?

A substance abuse social worker evaluates and treats people who have substance abuse problems.

10. Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist

Your Match?

A respiratory therapist is someone who cares for patients that have trouble breathing; for example, from a chronic respiratory disease, such as asthma or emphysema.

11. Counseling Psychologist

Counseling Psychologist

Counseling Psychologist

Your Match?

A counseling psychologist is someone who pairs theoretical concepts with the latest scientific breakthroughs in the behavioural health field in a practical, useful manner within a therapeutic or educational setting.

12. Healthcare Social Worker

Healthcare Social Worker

Healthcare Social Worker

Your Match?

Healthcare social work is a specialty within the social work field.

13. Clergy

Clergy

Clergy

Your Match?

Do you want to be an active member of the church and help people with their spiritual well-being?

14. Family Social Worker

Family Social Worker

Family Social Worker

Your Match?

A family social worker helps families and individuals get through difficult times or get additional support.

15. Aesthetician

Aesthetician

Aesthetician

Your Match?

An aesthetician works at a salon or spa, giving specialized skincare treatments to clients, in particular, facial skin care treatments.