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When my cousin taught me “the alligator eats the bigger number”, I always wondered, “Shouldn’t the alligator eat the smaller number? It’s the easier prey”.
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So many of them want to go into the medical field.
For one, most of them don’t even have a suitable educational plan. Some say they’re going to these state universities or technical colleges that don’t even have their desired program.
But for the sake of argument, let’s just say that a few do have well-crafted post-high school plans; the pretentious idiots will still fail because they simply don’t have what it takes. Most jobs in the medical field require advanced mathematics and science courses. If you can’t master Algebra II-level mathematics as a high school graduate, what makes you think you’ll be able to handle college Calculus to become an Anesthesiologist? Sorry, numbers don’t lie.
Oh, let’s not forget their real aspirations: the money.
“Everything in the medical field pays like $100,000!”
No, it doesn’t.
But obviously, you have a lot of extensive research to attend to before you become something.
First step: realizing your place in the world.
An abysmally educated git.