My family has been an important source of support in all of the decisions I have made, and Zoroastrianism’s three basic tenets—good words, good deeds, and good thoughts—have been my guiding principles in life.
Not only do I try to do things for others, but I always push myself to be the best that I can be in all aspects of my life.
I find it upsetting, that a student fresh out of college, has to be hit with the huge disappointment of not being able to find a decent job within their major.
All a person can do, is try not to be discouraged and keep searching for that job of their dreams.
It is believed that the higher the education a person receives, the more likely they are to land a job right out of college.
Jamie Hurd, after graduating with a six year degree in architecture, has managed to only find a part time job within her field.This has made me seriously consider combining research with a clinical practice in my own career.From my earliest memories, I can always remember being interested in meteorology.I have gained a better appreciation for the medical discoverers and discoveries of the past and the years of frustration endured and satisfaction enjoyed by scientists.I have also learned to deal better with the disappointments and frustrations that result when things do not always go as one expects them to.My research experience was also important to me in that it broadened my view of the medical field.Research permitted me to meet a few medical doctors who have clinical practices and yet are able to conduct research at the university.Going from high school to college was a significant change.College required a major overhaul of my time-management techniques as the number of things to do mushroomed.In high school, I was in the honors program, with the same cohort of students in all my classes.Thus, I was exposed little to people very different from myself. I have people of all backgrounds and abilities in my classes, and I have been fortunate enough to meet quite a few of them.