Hi. I'm finishing my degree and I'm considering going through the hospital residency and try to end up as an hospital radiophysicist. I'm also considering a career in Data Science, however, so I'd like to get some first-hand info in order to make a good decision. I think I would like working in a hospital. From what I gather the job seems relatively stable once you get it, and I think having a part in healing people would be very satisfying, but I'm worried that it will get very repetitive and it won't require any creativity or problem-solving. Not that I could not bear a job like that, but if that's how it is I would prefer taking another route. I would appreciate it if some of you who has gone this route told me a bit about the job: what do you routinely do, how boring/interesting it is, how happy you are you took this route... Thank you for your time.