Contest My dream job

in Steem Ghana2 months ago

Greetings to you all,
Well, another new and nice contest has come my way and I'd like to part take in this great contest
With pleasure I'd share with you about my dream job.
Before one can earn something then that person should be able to solve a problem or to look out for a solution to a problem. In my own words I'd like to give a definition of a job and a dream.
Job is a money earning activity that is paid of after completing a task or finding a solution to a problem.
A dream(s) is or are vision or aims or goal that one set him/herself to achieve when one is determined coupled with hard work.
Now, my dream job is to become a neurosurgeon


When I was younger, my grand mother who's late now used to call me her medical doctor
Another name for a doctor is a physician. And the work of a doctor/physician is to practice medicine, which is concerned with promoting, maintaining or restoring health through the study, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of disease, injury, and other physical and mental impairments to keep one in a healthy state.
Initially I had wanted to become a medical doctor until when I watched a movie titled "Gifted Hands" a Ben Carson story.


And by Grace the journey towards my dream job has began and I am in the University for Development Studies- Navrongo, campus now CKT-UTAS offering Bsc. Applied Biology.

Neurosurgeon is one of the greatest money earing job in the health careers. They earn so much, The base salary for Neurosurgeon ranges from $469,201 to $788,701 with the average base salary of $623,301.
Infact, this is a life changing earning.

I really have the passion to become a neurosurgeon one day and to be one of the best in the world notwithstanding that alone I also want to become a motivator so as to change the lives of others physically, spiritually, mentally and infact in all aspect of life.

Thank you @rubilu123 for it is a great honor part taking in this great contest

 2 months ago 

At first when I also watched gifted hands I wanted to follow his career path but I later realized that being a neurosurgeon is not for me so I had to change.
But I am glad you have been able to follow up with your plan.

Thanks for participating.