3 Jobs that Cultivate Your Bodily and Financial Health Along with the Health of Others
We all need to make a living somehow, some way.
One profession that is continually gaining steam like a train on its way to a very lucrative destination is the healthcare industry.
People will continue to get sick, get stressed out, and need help one way or the other. There are a number of jobs related to helping people with these various problems and happily these positions are both financially rewarding and fulfilling.
Let’s discuss the top 3 jobs in healthcare that stand out as great avenues for achieving prosperity.
This day and age, there are so many aspects creating stress, people are seeking both healthy, and unhealthy means of relieving that stress.
One stress relieving role that generates a lot of great employment opportunities is that of a masseuse.
Masseurs are in an ever increasing demand as the experts who can relieve people’s stress, alleviate their pains and even treat their injuries. This profession calls for individuals who are compassionate, intuitive, and focused on healing others and for this reason it is both a lucrative and rewarding field to work in.
Whether it is Eastern or Western or a mixture of both traditions, people who often even cannot receive help from hospitals are able to get relief from masseurs and live fuller, happier lives.
If there is one thing absolutely certain about the future of the world it is that the people who live in it will continue to get sick and need skilled professionals to help them get better.
And ask yourself this question: When you are sick, especially if the sickness is chronic, where would you rather go to receive care, a seven-story impersonal skyrise of a hospital building, or the comfort of your own home?
If you’re like most people you chose option B and it is for this very reason that skilled, personal nurses are in an ever increasing demand.
Getting a nurse to take care of you in your home is a delightful alternative to expensive and uncomfortable hospital stays and nursing homes. What is more, especially when people are getting up in years, these people who need care often have a lot of free time and family cannot always be with them to keep them company. In these cases the nurse can act as much as a companion as a professional caretaker.
Some of the advantages of this profession include a flexible work schedule and the ability to earn a substantial income. This profession calls for individuals who are compassionate, intuitive, and focused on healing others and for this reason it is both a lucrative and rewarding field to work in.
It is not just the elderly and chronically ill who need attention, there is a huge, burgeoning population looking for professional Nannies to care for their young ones.
We live in unprecedented times where the powers that be are pushing all kinds of strange and foreign concepts on our children. Now more than ever in terms of uncertain dangers, experimental and damaging ideas, sending your children whether it is infants to preschool or older children to grade and highschool is a gamble more and more parents are not willing to make.
Now, a professional nanny may not be the first position we think of when we think of healthcare, however, the role of the nanny is integral in the healthy development of infants and children.
The Nanny becomes an extension of someone’s close family, often being more honored and having more intimate trust with parents than do many close family members and friends. Childcare involves modeling the behaviors you wish to foster in those entrusted to you both while you are inside and outside of work. Planning and routine are the keys both to the children’s comfort and their development. Tools and curriculum must be adopted and implemented to foster growth, benchmarks for child development have to be made, and methods to assess whether those benchmarks are being met must be implemented consistently.
For those with insight, these challenging times we live in offer opportunities to prosper
Seeing as we all have to get through life somehow some way, making other people’s lives healthy is a fantastic means to an enviable end. On top of the great pay these jobs also offer substantial job perks that turn these sweet opportunities into something even sweeter, though that’s hard to imagine.
We can look at all the suffering in the world, whether it be in our own lives or the lives of others, and we can complain about it, or we can step up and take on a role in the care of others making the world a better place and a great living for ourselves in the meantime.