My favorite profession for the past several years has been the epidemiologist, which is one of those jobs that I enjoy because it’s a challenge to be able to solve problems.
And it’s something I love.
I love finding new things.
When I was in school, I found out about the first Ebola outbreak.
I remember reading about the CDC and seeing a picture of a woman with a bloody nose and a bloody arm.
It was scary.
So I started to read about how the virus was spreading and I found that there was a lot of different viruses circulating.
I started looking at different ways of infecting people and figuring out how to do things better.
And now I find myself in a situation where I’m trying to figure out how I can make things better, how I could prevent these things from happening.
I’m doing a lot more research than I was doing before.
And I’m really interested in trying to find ways to help prevent these diseases.
I also like to work with people and think about how I’m going to be contributing to the world in some way.
I find that I get really excited when I’m in the field.
It’s a great way to meet people.
What is your profession and why?
My passion is a combination of both: I love solving problems, I love being part of solving problems.
I think people who have that passion are often hard workers, people who are really interested and dedicated.
And also I like to help solve problems because I find it really fulfilling.
How did you get interested in the role?
When I first started getting interested in this field, I was actually working in the food industry.
I was an engineer and I was kind of a science nerd.
I had this idea that there must be some way to actually do this, but I was just working in a field where I had to use some kind of machine.
I didn’t know if I was good at it.
I thought that if I didn and if I got into the field and I got an opportunity to do something that was really challenging, I would do it. But I didn