It’s not your average job and does require quite a bit of organization to stay on top of everything.Everyday you have to be ready and prepared for just about anything that can happen.Firefighting is a career that can make you feel proud and accomplished, and it is a career in which I have a lot of respect for.
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While going through training, I began to realize this is a career that is can be emotionally overwhelming.
You must be able to cope with mental stress, and stay prepared at all times.
I chose to be a firefighter because I want to be able to help others and make them feel safe to live in their communities.
After visiting some actual fire departments, I realized as a firefighter you certainly have a lot to be proud of.
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People are going to depend on you when they’re in a dangerous situation and you must be strong and help them when they are in need.
To help others you must also be physically and menta...