Well with the potential of graduating this summer (or the summer after if I don't get too bored and do my 4th year to get a masters...) I really need to get a shift on a decide what I want to do "when I grow up".
As long as I can remember I've always fancied medicine for a career. I know that to get onto a grad entry medicine course I'll need some work experience, and this will help me decide if its actually for me, and I do intend to sort that out once my arm is better (or at least better enough that I won't get confused as being a patient!) - side note, how easy will it be to get some sort of shadowing experience, I tried ver the summer and got no where...
But knowing a couple of people that have just graduated, and having heard lots of stories I'm not sure that its worth the 4/5 years more at uni, and then everything else you have to do. Seems to be more and more hours and more and more paper work and less and less helping people.
So do I want to go into "proper" medicine or am I better off using my chemistry degree to do something related to medicine (as thats what interests me most) either directly in a hospital or researching?
If you're someone in the industry do you enjoy it? If you could start again would you still chose the same path?