September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Advocates, organizations, survivors, allies, and community members across the United States use this time to band together and fight against the stigma associated with mental illness and promote resources for people experiencing a crisis.
The future is bright for students aspiring to kick-off a medical career in just about any field. Despite some recent setbacks due to COVID-19, medical jobs continue to outpace applicants. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, six of the ten fastest-growing careers are in the healthcare industry.
Healthcare careers have long been viewed as recession-proof, especially given the shortage of doctors and nurses graduating from medical school compared to the increase in both geriatric and general populations.