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Fulfilling Career Pathways Centered Around Helping Other People

In the modern world, people across the length and breadth of the county and beyond are finding themselves to be entirely in a much less fortunate position than they were just a few years ago.

As a result, more money is needed and therefore people are looking to either seek promotions in their current field of work and company, or else make a decision to embark upon an entirely new career pathway.

As there can be nothing more worthwhile than dedicating your professional life to helping other people here, for your information and of course reading pleasure, are seven fulfilling career paths centered around helping others.

 

1.   Paramedic

 

Right on the front line and literally the first port of call for anyone who has been in an accident, suffering distress due to an injury or else has another medical emergency are they paramedics.

Typical roles and responsibilities of a working paramedic include the following:

  • Dealing and negotiating with members of the public, friends and family members at the scene
  • Decontaminating, cleaning and thoroughly checking all equipment and technologies on board the ambulance vehicles
  • The provision of information and advice to the patient and their family members
  • The maintaining of accurate and detailed records about the patient’s treatment and conditions
  • The attendance of emergency and non-emergency callouts
  • Communicating with other members of the emergency services, namely the Police and the Fire Service
  • Using various onboard technologies and equipment to deliver medical care in an emergency

 

2.   Barrister

 

For an entirely different direction of career, but one which does indeed help not just individual people, but also groups of people and sometimes even entire communities, is that of a barrister.

Becoming a registered barrister requires many years of training, but the earning potential is just one of the rewards at the end of your law studies.

Typical duties of a barrister include the following, to name just a few:

  • Liaising with solicitors and other legal professionals
  • The negotiation of settlements between surrounding parties of the client and of course the client themselves
  • The provision of thorough, expert and up-to-date legal advice to lay clients and solicitors
  • The preparation, research and compiling of individual cases and the development of specific legal documents
  • Professionally representing individual clients and compiling a winning defense for them in the court of law
  • Defending clients from all walks of life to the proverbial letter of the law

 

3.   Family Nurse Practitioner

 

If you stopped a random passer-by on the streets of your local town and asked them to name three professional vocations which involve helping people on a daily basis, undoubtedly most people would mention the role of a nurse.

What is more, one advanced nursing role which can not only make a direct and wholly positive impact on the people that they treat, but can also be an advocate for change, both in terms of nursing practice and policies as well as treatment of patients, is that of a family nurse practitioner.

The role of a family nurse practitioner is incredibly intense and often immensely challenging but provides a high level of reward and recognition, involving the following responsibilities, to name just a few:

  • Diagnosing, assessing, planning, evaluating and implementing patient interventions, care and treatments
  • The reviewing and initial prescribing of medication which is wholly appropriate and fitting for the individual patient’s needs
  • Working together with the patient themselves as well as their close family members to meet both the individual needs of the patient and the wider needs of patients consistently and thoroughly under their jurisdiction
  • The prioritizing of issues regarding health and guiding and intervening where appropriate
  • The documentation of medical information of individual patients and the collation of such information across the ward and sometimes the entire medical facility
  • Consistently maintaining a strong and ever-expanding base of medical knowledge and keeping abreast of the latest changes to patient treatment and nursing practice

 

4.   Funeral Director

 

Just as midwives help mothers safely and healthily deliver their new baby and as that baby grows, they will visit various nurses and doctors at different stages of their life, another, entirely different, career pathway which is dedicated to care and empathy for others is that of a funeral director.

Typical roles and responsibilities of a funeral director include, but are categorically in no way limited to, the following:

  • Meeting with family members of the person who has passed away and discussing any requests and arrangements relating to the funeral
  • Ordering flowers, the casket and other related items for the memorial and funeral services
  • Assisting and guiding the family members in selecting the location and nature of the burial or cremation
  • The overseeing of the preparation of the body and embalming of the body before the funeral takes place
  • Arranging for readers, pallbearers and various other funeral participants
  • Arranging transport for the casket to the church or place in which the funeral is taking place, as well as transport for the close family members to the church as well
  • Overseeing the entirety of the schedule for the funeral home

 

5.   Social Worker

 

Social workers are one of the most valued and some would argue, underappreciated groups of professionals not just in this country, but internationally as well and work with a variety of people from different cultures, lifestyles, financial backgrounds and personality types.

Social workers’ professional daily life can vary substantially from one day to the next, but more often than not always involves more than a couple of the following responsibilities:

  • Checking that the assigned families or indeed individuals are properly cared for and protected according to their needs and state of vulnerability
  • Helping and assisting to implement certain policies which work to safeguard vulnerable people in the local community and to provide hope and support
  • The maintaining and creation of case files for individual people and updating records as and when appropriate
  • Working together with other health professionals, including other social workers, rehabilitation specialists, teachers, health care professionals and occupational therapists
  • Making referrals and/or recommendations to other agencies or services within the system

 

6.   Rehabilitation Specialist

 

One entirely more modern but just as necessary and influential professional career pathway you may well would like to consider in the future and one that is becoming more and more in demand as the years go by is that of a rehabilitation specialist.

Essentially, a rehabilitation specialist works specifically with individual people who have either mental or physical disabilities or health issues, sometimes temporary and sometimes more permanent, with the overall aim of reintroducing them into society so that they can live on their own.

Roles and responsibilities of a rehabilitation specialist include:

  • The assisting in the implementation and consistent development of goals and objectives all designed to meet the needs of the individual
  • The preparation of and the participation in annual and bi-annual meetings aimed at discussing not just individual people’s progress, but the effectiveness of the team and role in general
  • The maintaining and updating of inspection records, communication records, final approvals and bid documentation
  • The implementation of targets and goals aimed at improving the effectiveness and levels of communication abilities regarding both non-verbal and verbal individuals
  • Learning how to communicate with people from all walks of life, sometimes using sign language and sometimes implementing different psychologic techniques to assist the individual
  • The provision of entirely individual and unique plans of treatment, for example when concerning problematic behavioral concerns with effective crisis management

 

7.   Life Coach

 

Finally, for perhaps a less intense and medically centered professional and wholly vocational career pathway which can change the direction of a person’s life immensely and also serve to enhance and improve your own at the same time is that of a life coach.

The role of a life coach, whilst not an actual therapist or psychologist, is to help and assist individuals to identify both their weaknesses and strengths in relation to different areas of their lives and to help them achieve their goals.

Typical duties and responsibilities of a qualified and professional life coach include, but are in no way limited to, the following:

  • The delineating of individual client’s targets and goals through regular meetings and ongoing discussions, sometimes over video and conferencing software and sometimes in an office or other location of the client’s choosing
  • The teaching of exceedingly useful behavioral and emotional regulation tips and techniques
  • Sometimes, on the client’s approval, talking and arranging plans with the client’s family members and close friends to help the client achieve their goals
  • Analyzing and evaluating the individual client’s progression and pace of advancement towards achieving their targets and goals
  • The encouragement of sustainable progress after the life coaching sessions have ended
  • The identification of both contextual and internal, psychological proverbial roadblocks in the mind of the client and working together to devise a step-by-step plan to rid the client of such issues
  • Working together with the individual client to develop practical and attainable plans of action which are based around achieving everything that they want to achieve


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