From what I have been told, one of the biggest requirements in healthcare jobs is a strong attention to detail. If you make one dosing error every 100 times (e.g. you were supposed to give the patient an antibiotic but you gave them an antipsychotic instead, or you gave them the right thing but accidentally quadrupled the dosage), that could mean that dozens, if not hundreds, of patients may get sick or die every year because of you, and this is considered bad.
I was thinking about how important “attention to detail” is in many jobs outside of healthcare.
What are some jobs where attention to detail is not important, or is of very low importance? For example, are there any jobs where getting 80% of the assigned tasks done right is considered good enough?