Not a bad book. Decently informative.
Brief, and generally informative on certain occupations in the health fields. It sheds light into health fields NOT in traditional medicine will likely be appreciated by people who are into taking care of their own health and that of others. If you're someone who's looking to get into a health field - I recommend you read this because you might find something you like.
The author goes over jobs typically in hospitals, clinics, and other private settings (nursing, midwife, etc.). Jobs in a gym, such as personal training. Other cool jobs such as physical therapy and occupation therapy. She goes into alternative medicine jobs. She also discusses schedule, lifestyle, salary, and such details to a decent degree, and tells you where you can get more info.
I enjoyed reading it because I learned about occupational therapy, a field I never heard about but that is pretty cool, and has an awesome, wholesome and compassionate guiding philosophy. It inspired me to learn more about this field and to consider it as a reality for myself in the future.
This book may not change your life at all... but it might. Overall, recommended read.