The drawbacks of being a pediatrician would have to be the hours you would have to work.
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The drawbacks of being a Special Forces operator is: gone alot, high possibility of being wounded/injured/killed, sometimes cant tell your familiy where you are.
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Being a vet is just like being a scientist or a surgeon just that a vet treats animals so a vet must also treat the animal as a human and follow the rules closely.
some drawbacks to being in a community like in The Giver is that you wouldn't feel any emotions and it's like being senseless
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The vet can save animals' lives just like doctors do to humans. Being a vet is a great job! It pays really well. You need 90s in school to be able to be a vet.
One of the drawbacks to being a teacher is the salary that you receive. One of the perks of being a teacher is the summer break that you receive.
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The benefits of being a vet including working with animals. Another benefit is developing relationships with a large array of people.
The most interesting part of being a vet is that you get to work with many different animals every day. =]
I'm not a professional or anything... but a down about being a vet is that you may have to put down an animal if they are very elderly or sick :'[
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There are a great many challenges of being a vet including dealing with rude people. Vets also have to deal with the cries of animals.
Being a vet is complicated. It's not simple at all! You have to take care of pets, and oh! its too much to explain.
math plays a role in being a vet because you have to know how much medicine you give the animals by there weight
well for anime you have to learn Japanese and . but that's pretty much it
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