The other day I took a wonderful walk in my unexplored home surroundings here in Nattraby, Sweden. It was a beautiful, crisp and sunny day. And for a little while I almost felt like spring 2016 had arrived. :-)
Below are some photos from my walk Spring Feeling Nattraby, Sweden, 2016.
And hello Nattraby River.
Ducks on the go.
Ducks chillin in da sun.
Saved by Gore Tex.
Though I did get somewhat of a spring feeling there for a while, the cold air and lack of bloom reminded me of that spring has in fact not arrived quite yet. Having said that, bright and sunny days like above are such a joy to be embraced by. And so much fun to play around in. More of those please! Because, spring or no spring, to experience that hopeful feeling and feeling of how easy it can be to be alive - well it is like fuel to the fire for my soul. Ahhh. :p
Working in health sciences must be one of the most fulfilling of career paths, and with good job prospects and ample opportunities for career development, there has never been a better time to consider a job in health science.
The term ‘health sciences’ covers a vast range of disciplines , from nursing and midwifery to pharmacology and public health research. Although there is such a diverse range of occupations within the field of health science, many of them have elements which cross over and leave plenty of scope for a change of direction further down the line.
Jobs in health science are ideally suited to those with a caring and nurturing nature. If you are sociable, enjoy meeting and getting to know people and want to make a difference to an individual’s health and happiness, then this is the sort of work which will reward you day in, day out.
Health science jobs are among some of the most respected in society, and offer you a chance to make a very real and very visible difference to your community. As a health science professional you are improving the health and wellbeing not just of the individuals you come across in your day to day work, but of the public as a whole – promoting greater understanding of good physical and mental health, helping people make better lifestyle choices and acting to calm their worries and concerns are all part and parcel of life in the health sciences.
Unlike some private sector jobs, career prospects in the health sciences are good and will give you plenty of opportunities to build your career and grow as an individual. While in some instances there may be tests and exams to pass, gaining experience on the job is really valued in this sector and you’ll receive plenty of encouragement to get additional training and move through the ranks. Many health science jobs form part of the NHS one of the largest workforces in the world and certainly the oldest and most respected healthcare provider. Becoming part of an organisation such as this not only gives you job security in an uncertain employment market, but also a sense that you are part of something much bigger and much more important.
Ultimately, health science jobs are among the most fulfilling and personally rewarding jobs out there, allowing those with passion and the right work ethic to make a very real difference to society.