2) I wrote "can invest", not "do invest" as in, while not all nurses invest as little training as a multiple month long vocational training program, they can. Which serves as a stark contrast to the minimal amount a doctor needs to invest, which is about ten years (which doesn't even get into the rigorous acceptance standards for medical school and the effort needed in maintaining a high GPA in lower education and their UG school)
Do you really need me to explain how a few months is less than 10 years?
1) Yes, there is a clear difference: the degree of training and education, and the degree of time invested.Wow thats offensive/ignorant too. But thats meaningless since people are trained for the task at hand like EVERY field, nothing is different here.
2) I am unsure how facts can be offensive