The words, “I hate my job,” is a tragic statement. Why live life going to a place so disliked, every single day for the majority of your life? Yes, to make sacrifices is honorable and necessary; however, those sacrifices are supposed to help make life more enjoyable in the long run.
It is because of sacrifices and life changes that I have decided to become a Surgical Technologist. To help mend lives back together, one stitch at a time. Surgery can be the turning point in an individual’s life. They may have been in constant pain for an endless amount of time, or had a accident that requires immediate attention. Whatever the case, surgery can help bring normalcy back to a life.
A benefit to being a Surgical Technologist is the fact that surgery is a worldwide need. I would be able to go on any medical missions trip, help in any country, and still be able to assist surgeons in my home town.
Helping others is my dream job, in any way possible. I would never have to hear that one tragic statement, “I hate my job,” uttered from my own lips. I would get the chance to hear, “my life is changed,” from others.