Well I am pretty much done with retail, I am feeling burned out from it and am looking to go back to school. I want to be a rockstar cake decorator and that is something I plan on doing on the side but I want a stable career. I am looking into health care pretty seriously. I want a stable job and a decent enough wage for a single gal to live off of and preferably day time hours at least for the most part. There are a few health care career schools near me and I am looking into -Physiotherapy Assistant- This one interests me the most, helping people still but less, well gross. I have people in my family with mobility issues and it is something I care about and am interested in. I worry about the employment opportunities though, I can't seem to find reliable info on it. The last thing I want is student debt and still be in retail.:yikes: -Personal Support Worker (psw) I know three people who have graduated and got jobs right away at their school placement. I can also take a one year bridging placement down the road to be a nurse if I decide I want to. Seems reliable and better than retail but no strong pull to it. -Medical Lab Assistant/tech is also a possibility but not one I have strongly looked into So my question is, what should I do with my life? If there are any chazzers out there with some knowledge of good solid health care jobs I would love to hear some input, I am going to look at a school and talk to a councilor next week.