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  • Isn't he supposed to sign in? Eh..
  • Hi Dr. William! I know you're probably wondering who I am, but I'm Reese, here to shadow you for shadow day.
  • Oh, hi! Sorry, I thought you were coming next week, but anyways, welcome!
  • Who's the kid?
  •  Walk with me, and I'll tell you everything. So I'm a neurosurgeon, which means I perform surgery on the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. 
  • Well then next time give him 5 mL and not 8!!
  • So what's it like to be a neurosurgeon? How'd you get here?
  • I studied hard in college, and now I'm an MD, which stands for Doctor of Medicine. I attended medical school, passed the licensing exam, and completed my residency training. 
  • How often do you work? How much money do you make? Is it stressful? What do you do everyday when-
  • Woah! Slow down there, buddy. I'll answer all your questions. I work 55-70 hours a week, I make about $520,000 annually, and it takes major concentration.
  • Oh my gosh... this kid is crazy.
  • Okay, one more. What are some advantages and disadvantages of this job?
  • Well, I get to work with some of the best surgeons, and can understand how the complex "organ of the mind" really works!  
  • Sometimes I get called in to work with no warning, so I'm not always home. Also, it can be a very stressful profession.
  • Last stop on our tour! The place I visit most often! I hope you had fun. 
  • Thanks, I did! I hope I see you soon... but not here. Well, you know what I mean. Bye!
  • Hey Doc, we need you in operating room 16.
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