Veterans hit the road as paramedics
Let’s play a game of Guess the Job. The career in question suits those with a strong sense of civic duty. It’s a job that involves focused training in preparation for challenging and unpredictable conditions, with a high-adrenaline factor that requires an ability to remain calm in stressful situations. People in this line of work wear a uniform that is instantly recognisable, and which the wearer can be proud of.Read more on Veterans hit the road as paramedics
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