Top Careers for Men Education Guide


Choosing our careers is a crucial point in our lives because our choice determines what we are going to grow old doing. It is not a very easy task, as there are several considerations and for many, financial return and work satisfaction are top things to look for. Most careers are life-long and therefore must be something that is highly interesting for us. For men and women alike, there are just as many choices, but we have made a list covering the top 10 careers for the male population. Here they are:


With a high pay and undeniable glamour, being a physician is an excellent choice. Although the pathway is complicated, the return is almost always well-worth. Anesthesiologists are team captains as they administer anaesthesia for patients who undergo specific life-saving procedures. They are involved in assessing patients before their operations determining whether they are fit candidates for their contemplated surgeries apart from their surgeon’s assessment, they also create a plan suitable to their patients individually and ensure that safe dose is being delivered while the patient is on the operating table ongoing an operation.


Internal medicine is a medical specialist who deals with adult disease conditions. They work in preventing diseases, while if already present, they diagnose and plan proper treatment for their ongoing condition. Among the sub-specialities of internal medicine are cardiology, endocrinology, haematology, nephrology and many others.

8:Obstetrics and Gynecology

OB/GYN are both medical and surgical doctors who deal with disorders of the female reproductive organ. They look after non-pregnant, pregnant, and women in labour and delivery. There are several sub-specialities like Gynecological Oncology, Family Planning, Maternal and fetal medicine, Menopausal and geriatric gynaecology and others.

7:Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

This is a sub-speciality of dentistry that deals with head, neck, face and jaw defects and injuries. Further training may lead to the speciality in these areas: head and neck cancer microvascular reconstruction, cosmetic facial surgery, craniofacial surgery, cleft surgery, head and neck reconstruction and maxillofacial regeneration.


Orthodontics is another sub-speciality of dentistry, dealing with improper teeth alignment and bite from jaw disproportion. Methods such as the bracket, brace, and retainer placement are used to correct alignment problems.


Prosthodontics, also known as prosthetic dentistry, deals with missing teeth. They work to rehabilitate the function, promote comfort and change appearance of the oral cavity. Compatible substitutes like porcelain are used to create dentures when needed.


Doctors dealing with mental disorders are called psychiatrists. They assess and diagnose patients while determining suitable treatments individually for them. There are several sub-specialities available like neuropsychiatry, addiction psychiatry, adult and pediatric psychiatry among others.


These doctors specialise in invasive surgeries that involve removal of body parts that are either damaged, corrected or repaired. Some sub-specialities are plastic surgery that deals with correction of body forms and functions; urology focuses in urinary tract anomalies, transplant surgery that works in replacing deceased body organ by way of an organ donor, colon and rectal surgery, vascular surgery and several others.

2:Chief Executives

The only non-medical career to make it to this list is the chief executive officers or the CEOs. Top ranks any given corporation are CEOs, they are the over-all in charge on the decision making aspects on their organisation. They function both as managers and leaders.

1:Family and General Practitioners

Family and General Practitioners treat both acute and chronic diseases. They are also generally focused on preventing disease and health promotion by way of health teaching.

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