Choosing a career path is a daunting experience because we're led to believe that once we choose... that's it. But in today's economy, with new positions and roles popping up every day, it's important to keep an open mind.\nSomething you never saw yourself doing may present itself in a new light and change the trajectory of your life forever.\nSo knowing what some of the best jobs are in Canada is totally worth it, because they are clearly positions you should be keeping in mind.\nAnd according to Canadian Business, the best job in Canada for 2019 is a nurse practitioner.\nIn the interview with Canadian Business, nurse practitioner Claudia Mariano makes it clear why her job is the best job in Canada right now. (And there are more reasons than the $90k salary.)\nThe market for health care workers is steadily growing and, more and more, because nurse practitioners hold many of the skill sets of a physician, and hospitals are starting to recognize their value.\nView this post on Instagram Who is on your team?? 🏥👩🏼⚕️💉🇺🇸 • • • #squadgoals #doctor #womeninmedicine #medicine #medschool #physician #MD #pediatrician #doctorsofinstagram #doctorlife #medlife #residency #medstudent #motivation #military #airforce #inspiration #instagood #fun #photooftheday #militarywomen #nurse #nursepractitioner #instagram #goals #chasingdreams #dreamingbig #usa #greysanatomy A post shared by Dr. Aphton, D.O. (@doctor.aphton) on Jul 9, 2019 at 8:54am PDT\nNurse practitioners are seen as a cost-effective alternative to a physician. Which doesn't mean that the pay isn't amazing... because it is.\nTo become a nurse practitioner, you do require a significant amount of schooling... but as patients, we can be grateful for that.\nView this post on Instagram Let’s talk about GOALS ✨ I’ve been reflecting today about my what my intentions and goals are for my page. I started this account as a way to inspire and inform those who want to become Physician Assistants. I also wanted to give insight into life as a PA student, as well as document my journey through clinical rotations and give tips along the way. Lastly, I started this page to have fun and interact with other medical professionals in this community 💕 I want to know~ what topics would you guys like me to cover next? 👀 If you run a professional account, what were your goals for starting it? 🌟✏️ A post shared by Katy PA-S (@the.gingerly.pa) on Jul 10, 2019 at 8:06am PDT\nA registered nurse completes a bachelor program before entering the workforce.\nA nurse practitioner also completes a bachelor degree before spending two years working as a registered nurse. After these two years, they are eligible to apply to a two-year Masters of Nursing program.\nAfter finishing all that school you get to specialize in paediatrics, primary care of adult care and once you pass a licensing exam, you're ready to find that dream position.\nView this post on Instagram #nursepractitioner #nursesday #prettypractice #nurseproblems #womeninmedicine #babes #dentistry #medicalgoals #womenempowerment #nurse #rn #nursesweek #nursesrock #md #medschool #medicine #BSN #instanursing #nursingwear #nursingschool #nurseonduty #womensfashion #nursing #nurses #healthcare #nursebae #nursingfriendly #nursestudent #womensupportingwomen A post shared by thebestdoctor (@thebestmedicos) on Jul 9, 2019 at 11:54pm PDT\nNursing can be great for someone who wants to live in a new city, as the demand for nurse practitioners is country-wide, meaning this could be your chance to make the move to a new city.\nAnd while the schooling may feel daunting, the pay is fantastic. According to Neuvoo.com, the average salary for a nurse practitioner in Canada is $96,330.\nPlus, think of all the people you get to connect with and help on a regular basis.\nAren't convinced? Read why Nurse Practitioner is Canada's Best Job in 2019.