I did my undergrad in chemistry and am really indecisive about what kind of career path to take.
Healthcare is my biggest passion because I love the idea of helping people directly but don't want to spend my 20s studying my ass off and living a medical resident's life. I'm considering nursing and physical therapy but I'm worried about the lack of money (the avg salary is ~70k). Nursing sounds fast-paced and exciting but dirty work, while physical therapy has better working conditions but is not as fast-paced.
The only reason I thought about going into finance is that I can support my current family one day (parents are low working class) but I have no background in it.
What do you guys think about healthcare careers in general? Do you think it's possible to combine healthcare and finance at some point if I realize I need to make more money?