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Greetings Nukeworker community,
I am unsure about forum etiquette here and didn't want to hijack anybody's thread.

I am interested in a career as a nuclear operator since I have a physics degree and might qualify.
Would being diagnosed with bipolar disqualify me? If I had a note from a psychiatrist could that ameliorate it?

I have a consistent work history despite two hospitalizations. The treatment has been working well for a long while now. The illness has caused me problems in the past during manic episodes but relatively few in the long periods between episodes. My entire job history is 10-12 hour shift work if that is useful information.
Thanks, Flanders.


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