I am equally interested and enthusiastic about pursuing a career as a Podiatrist or a Diagnostic Radiographer, and have the marks to enter into a Bachelor's Degree for both, but I need to come to a decision as to which of the 2 I will wholly pursue. The answers to the following questions will go a great way as to helping me do so. - What does a typical weekly roster for a Diagnostic Radiographer look like? I have read they have early starts, such as 7am – I am fine with this. I have read they work into the night, sometimes finishing at midnight – I am fine with this as long as it's not every shift. I have read they work weekends – I am fine with this provided they don't work every weekend. I am also fine with being on call. What I am not fine with is regular shifts such as 7pm to 7am. I am currently in a career where this is the norm and I am not prepared to work those shifts any more. It is a deal-breaker for me. - Which of the 2 careers has the greater realistic earning potential? Multiple sources on the internet report that the earnings are nearly identical for all levels or perhaps slightly more for a Diagnostic Radiographer (I am NOT choosing a career based on pay, but it IS a factor that should be considered). - Which of the 2 careers has the better job outlook? I can not find a conclusive answer to this. If both careers entail the same amount of income and job outlook while Podiatry has the far superior working hours, then it is a no-brainer for me to pursue the path of a Podiatrist. Thanks for your help.