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Do you like to get the blood coursing through your body? If so, the idea of working behind a desk won’t appeal. Indeed, there is nothing more boring than pushing a pencil around an office all day. Adrenaline junkies shouldn’t cut their losses because matching a career with the lifestyle seems impossible. Sure, it’s going to be hard work, but there is a position for everyone in the end. In fact, there are at least four which should get the creative juices flowing. Here are the ones all adrenaline seekers will want to apply for at some point in their life.
All medical professionals have responsibilities that center on keeping people alive. However, the good folks in the emergency room are constantly fighting against the odds to save lives. And, the adrenaline never stops pumping because new patients with different problems are brought in on a stretcher night and day. Should someone code, you have to think on your feet and react. Say a patient needs invasive emergency surgery; you’ll be the one they ask. All this happens with only a small amount of sleep, by the way. Don’t worry because there are extra adrenaline shots should your body fail to create enough!
Riding around the crowded streets, whisking patients from hospital to hospital is exciting stuff. Times it by ten when you are in control of a helicopter! An air ambulance service is pivotal for transporting critically ill people from the scene to a medical establishment. Usually, there will be a wreck of some sort and you’ll need to secure a passenger and hoist them into the cab. Other times, hikers and mountaineers can hit bad weather and get trapped. Yep, your job is to start a search and rescue anyone that needs help. It’s a risky business, but that’s what makes it exhilarating.
As crazy as it sounds, some people get to handle, set and blow up their surroundings, and it’s in the public interest. An explosion may be a once-in-a-lifetime event for most, yet these people do it weekly. Why? Well, there may be a building that needs knocking down for a new structure can take its place. Or, a natural disaster may have created a blockage. Explosion workers destroy the rocks with dynamite so that the rubble can get cleared. Even experienced employees never tire of hearing the bang and watching the cloud of dust rise into the air.
Have you ever heard of the job title? It’s because it’s pretty modern. The gist is simple: extreme sports enthusiasts teach others how to enjoy life. Oh yes, this is a job for you! The key is to use sports such as rafting and skydiving to encourage a perfect balance between life and everything else. As well as the rush of teaching people, there is the obvious excitement of taking part. Whether you have done it once or a million times, the heart beats just as heard when you jump out of an airplane.
Can you think of any others which are appealing?