Careers in Medical vary in branches of medicine as well as job complexity. And then again you can choose for research, teaching, practice, business and tech. We selected sufficient jobs and majors to get you started. And we added some simple checks to see how much you fit with medical careers, and what you can do right now to get ready. At FindMino.com you find many more medical careers. You will find them when you start exploring jobs below.

Explore jobs

Please find a selection of jobs in Medical, Care and Health. Find many more by clicking on them.

By clicking these jobs you get access to an excellent selection of online career info: Pay & Outlook, Blogs & Interviews, Podcasts & Youtubes, Typical education, School finders & Rankings, and much more.

RESEARCH & SCIENCE

Biological Scientist

Epidemiologist

Immunologist

Medical Scientist

Microbiologist

HEALTH – ALL ROUND

General Practitioner 

Geriatrician

Sports Doctor

Surgeon

HEALTH – PHYSICAL SPECIALTY

Anesthesiologist 

Cardiologist

Dermatologist

Gynaecologist 

Internist

Neurosurgeon

Ophthalmologist

Pathologist

Pediatrician

Plastic Surgeon

Radiologist

Rheumatologist

Urologist

HEALTH – MENTAL SPECIALTY

Industrial Organizational Psychologist

Psychiatrist

Psychologist

MEDICAL SUPPORT

Dental Assistant

Medical Assistant

Psychiatric Aide

Therapist Assistant

NURSING

ER Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurse

Medical Emergency Specialist (EMT)

Midwife

Nurse Practitioner

Registered Nurse

HOLISTIC CARE

Acupuncturist

Holistic Health Practitioner

THERAPISTS & COUNSELORS

Genetic Counselor

Marriage & Family Therapist

Massage Therapist

Occupational Therapist

Physical Therapist

Radiation Therapist

Respiratory Therapist 

Substance Abuse Counselor

Explore majors and studies

Please find a selection of majors n Medical, Care and Health. Find many more by clicking them.

By clicking these majors you get access to an excellent selection of online info to bring the majors alive: Blogs & Interviews, Podcasts & Youtubes, School finders & Rankings, and much more. We also added relevant courses (online and classroom) to get a taste of an area of interest, or prepare your studies.

MEDICAL SCHOOL

Find an extensive overview of medical school HERE: program overviews, student youtubes, forum sites, school finders and rankings, and more

How to become a doctor? Find an excellent overview at LearnHowToBecome.org here.

Pre Medical Studies

SCIENCE & SPECIALTY: MEDICAL & RELATED

Audiology

Biochemistry

Bioethics or Medical Ethics

Bioinformatics

Biophysics

Dental Clinical Sciences

Epidemiology

Food Science

Kinesiology and Exercise Science

Medical Science

Microbiology

Neurobiology and Neuroscience

Opticianry

Pharmacology

MENTAL HEALTH

Gerontology

Psychology

THERAPY & COUNSELING

Occupational Therapy

Massage Therapy

Physical Therapy

Radiation Therapist Studies

Respiratory Care Therapy

Speech Language Pathology

NURSING, DENTAL & MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

Dental Assisting

Dental Hygiene

Emergency Medical Tech studies

Home Health Aide Studies

Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Studies

Manicurist Studies

Medical Assisting Services

Mental Health Services

Nurse Anesthetist Studies

Pharmacy Technician Studies

Registered Nurse Studies

HOLISTIC HEALTH

Alternative and Complementary Medicine

FOOD

Dietetics

TECH

Cardiovascular Technology

Medical Technology

Surgical Technology

Do I fit?

Due to the variety of career paths, it is hard to pin down which common characteristics can be found with people in Medical, Health or Care professions. In general, all medical professionals share a Social talent or competency. Nursing and medical support people are typically also Practical by nature, and medical doctors are mostly also Investigative.

Check how well you match the most common competencies, or take our SWIPE QUIZ to get a more accurate picture and recommendation of matching careers.

Social: “You find it quite important to help others. You like to work in groups and work with others. You connect with others easily, and naturally find yourself in the community and are known among your peers and others. You also have a social focus, including social justice and civil matters. The suffering of others gets your attention. Helping someone else is something that comes natural. You adapt easily and people find you approachable and likable. You’re a people person, someone with a lot of social and communication skills.”

Practical: “You are a hands-on type of individual. The things you deal with must be tangible, practical and visible. What you do should be pragmatic and have practical use. You don’t enjoy being inside, or stuck at a desk all the time. You may like physical work, craftsmanship or to operate technology devices. You enjoy a variety of activities and/or tasks. If you can, you enjoy being on the road, and travelling. You have a bias for action. You also have a particular preference for matters connected with nature and the environment.”

Investigative. “You enjoy going into the deep on things. You are thorough. You ask critical questions and think logically and systematically in finding solutions. In your eyes all problems must primarily be solved in an analytical and reasoned way. You avoid ‘just doing’ something. You like being consulted for your knowledge and analytical skills. You enjoy to study things. Intellectual development or scientific inquiry are issues that could be of great importance to you.

Actions you can take now to get ready

If you consider to pursue a medical career, it’s important to take courses or electives early on. Find a selection of relevant courses below.

When your school offers them, great; otherwise look for alternatives. FindMino suggests online or classroom courses. Find them by browsing the respective job or major on FindMino.com

MEDICAL, HEALTH & FOOD

Health, Nutrition, First Aid, Wellness, Sports medicine, Nursing, Health and Physical Education, Individual sports, team sports, Fitness, Physical Education

SCIENCE

Chemistry, Research Chemistry, Physics, Integrated Science, Biology, Biotechnology, Research Biology, Human Development, Computer Science, Robotics, Early Childhood Education, Human Development, Humanities, Marriage and Family Dynamics, Psychology

TRADES

 Pharmacy Technology, Practical Nursing (PN), Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Radiology Technology, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Biotechnology

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

Public Speaking, Debating, Negotiating, Assertiveness, Leadership Development

Informative Youtubes

A day in the life of an ICU Nurse
DAY IN THE LIFE OF A DOCTOR: Rheumatology Rotation
How I Got Into MED SCHOOL | My Pre-Med Journey | Doctor Mike

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