Importance Of College And Career

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College and Career
Although it requires long hours, Interior Design is a viable job for me with the job availability in urban areas, the variety in the job, and the time for the education; however I want to pursue another path first The Young Americans, a great opportunity that would allow me to travel, teach kids, grow musically and experience different cultures.

The availability of jobs for Interior Designers is predicted to grow thirteen percent, from two-thousand and twelve to two-thousand and twenty-two, about seven-thousand jobs new jobs in ten years. The job availability is one of the biggest things because if you go to school for a career, get all of the schooling and training required and then can’t get a job it’s kind of not worth
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The job availability is not only about how many jobs are available but also where they are available. I want to near a city or maybe in one so finding a job that is only in rural areas would be a mistake, luckily for me Interior Design jobs are mainly in or near cities. If I would happen to do Young Americans living near LA could really help my chances of getting a job right out of college by knowing people that are in the business.

Variety something that I think is needed in any job and certainly in a career, the thing I could be doing for the rest of my life in terms of work. variety in the specific job, variety in what the job requires and variety in the people you work with, meeting new people and expand my horizons. There is variety in what I could do with a degree in Interior Design, some of the options include Interior Design
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The thing they are known for is the Outreach tours that they do where tour groups go out and do three to four day workshops in schools. During these workshops the Young Americans teach the kids to do an hour long variety show and just have fun with the kids, through dance parties, home stays, and interaction. One of the best thing about the Young Americans is that they build confidence in the kids, and give them something that is starting to be lost in schools, music. That was the whole theme of the most recent tour, the Turn Up the Music tour, meant to get music back in schools with a contest that whatever schools had more than three-hundred kids in the workshop would be entered into a drawing for a scholarship for the schools music department. The reasons I want to be apart of the the Young Americans are simple, I would get to travel around the world while teaching kids, grow musically, and experience different cultures. Traveling is a big thing, I 've always wanted to travel since I was little, we haven’t done a lot of it as a family but when we did go places I loved it. The Young Americans send tour groups all over Europe, Japan, and of course the United States all of which I would get to be apart of if I make it in. Of course seeing all of these countries is amazing but the most important part of it is the kids, the ones that I

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