When you graduate college having completed certain courses, such as medicine, typically you might assume that you will spend the rest of your career working for someone else. As part of an organization ultimately lining the pockets of those whose names are on the door. That is not always the case, however. If you have aspirations of being your own boss and setting your own schedule but your career choice may not traditionally lend itself to that route fear not as here are some of the more traditional job roles that still allow you to run the show.


Running your own dental practice can be an incredibly rewarding a lucrative business. Dental hygiene is naturally a priority for many but cosmetic dentistry has become a big business. More and more people are spending their money on improving their smile for aesthetics not medical reasons and this is where the big bills come in. If you are a trained dentist and want to break away from the schedule of someone else then going it alone could be one of the best decisions you make. When starting your own practice you want to ensure your business premises are up to scratch and are a professional outfit that customers will trust, especially if you are offering high-end dentistry with high-end prices. Before going it alone be sure you can put all the appropriate insurances in place and can source the right premises for your clinic. Consider hiring professionals such as Medifit Design and Construct to help realize this dream.


Graduating law school is no mean feat. It is an academic achievement that takes years of dedication and hard work. Once graduated young lawyers battle it out to get spots in the best firms available. Yes, you will have to do the groundwork and start off a career in a firm. Gaining experience, networking, and building a client list but once you have done your time and feel ready to take on the challenge running your own law firm is perfectly attainable. With ever-expanding and accessible marketing, the reach of the internet, and improved remote working setting up a law firm has never been easier. You may not even need permanent physical premises in today’s world. You can work remotely, conduct business via teleconference and hire office space as and when you need to meet with clients in person.


People love pets and of course prioritize their healthcare. There will always be a demand for veterinary services. Setting up your own veterinary clinic is a great way to be able to practice the profession you know and love but with the added bonus of being totally in charge. Whether you opt for a small service where you are the only vet or a larger service that can house multiple vets, veterinary healthcare is always the stable choice. What is more, one of the great advantages of veterinary medicine is that it can allow you to get out of the office. Your practice could see you specialize in equine medicine or be required to tend to animals on farms or in zoos, this is a great way to diversify your day and get you out and about during working hours.


Greg Kononenko
Greg Kononenko

My name is Greg Kononenko and I am a full-time online blogger and owner of Dad's Hustle. I'm a dad, and my passion is to help other mums and dads to start their own "hustle" and improve the financial future of their families.

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