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Introversion i introversion is a good characteristic

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I enjoy being social. Introversion (I): Introversion is a good characteristic for this career as a Genetic Counselor because it could require me to work on my own I a quiet medical lab. Sensing (S): The job is very detail oriented, and would require practical applications of treatment plans. Feeling (F): Compassion in this field is the name of the game. I would need to feel for and relate to my patients and what they are dealing with in order to help them. Judgment (J): Being organized in this field is very important, with the large amount of testing and data generated it would be a necessity to stay organized
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D Click on this link ( ) to visit the U. S. Bureau of Labor website, and scroll down to click on your selected career. Research the information provided for the career you selected. In your own words, explain each of the follow bullet points in at least one complete sentence. What do they do? Assess, provide information, treatment plans and counseling to individuals and families affected by inherited disorders and diseases. What is the work environment? Full time work in hospitals, doctors offices and specialty treatment facilities. What is the median (average) pay? $72,090 per year $34.66 per hour What is the job outlook? Projected 29% growth over the next ten years. How do you become one? Attain a master’s degree in genetic counseling or genetics, and board certification for my desired state.
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