Hey sss, I heard optometrists are paid per client they see an hour. Is that true?I'd say optom is a pretty good career choice. In terms of work it's quite flexible and the starting pay is not too bad as well. There's also a lot of optom work especially in rural areas.
These would be impossible to determine and vary depending on a large variety of factors.
- Has the greatest number of HDs/Ds?
- Is relatively easier to excel in?
what's the difference between the roles of a psychologist and the roles of a doctor?
i'm just wondering if i said psychology was my back up, why i would prefer a doctor and say it in such a way that doesn't discriminate against either profession (similarities that i can think of right now include flexibility - you can go into research, specialise eg. clinical psych / forensic psych, both involve learning over your life bc there's always new psych research coming out, you still help others in psych)
any help would be greatly appreciated!!! my interview's tomorrow ahah