Zach Posted August 8, 2017 Share Posted August 8, 2017 Just came across this funny post by the New York Times... the premise was "let us help you find the career that is most different from the career path that you're on". They used statistics kept by the Labor Department regarding skills and tasks required for each job. Check out what the most "opposite" profession is for us here... you might get a kick out of it. Granted, "model" and "physicist" are actually considered the two most "distinctive" jobs according to Labor Department statistics, so they're the most common "opposite" jobs that the form will return. The most opposite job for a physician and nurse practitioner is "agricultural grader". "Medicine" is listed as the number one skill for physicians and the number three skill for PAs... oddly enough, medicine doesn't appear as one of the top 10 skills for NPs... (just poking fun, of course) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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