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    Essay On Choosing A Career

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    People are living in the world of changing and the future is developing. Choosing the right career/ major for the next generation can be the most crucial task. Parents who have most experiences and full of knowledge can help their child for choosing a bright career, but the next generations also have their own skills, interest, career path, and dream. Parent may only share their experience and coach their child for career, so the children should learn from previous generation for achieving their goals. As all people were a child, most of them wanted to become an engineer, a doctor, a police officer, a fire fighter, a soldier, or even a superman. It’s a good sight that they all wanted to be a good people who have responsible for their community…

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    Choosing Career Goals

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    other factors involved in making you successful in a career you are interested in. Even though choosing a career you are interested in is mandatory (for you would not want to spend your time doing something that you do not enjoy, or doing something that does not add value to your growth as a person), I do not think it is good enough to guarantee that you will be successful. In order for someone to have a successful career, the individual has to be competent, skilled, disciplined as well as…

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    Choosing A Career Goal

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    Passion. The sole element I believe is crucial in choosing a career path. Growing up, I always remember being asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Some people are fortunate enough to know what they would like to be from the very beginning. That is because they have the passion that will allow them to persevere and be successful in their chosen career path. I was one of those fortunate ones. Ever since I can remember, I have always wanted to be a teacher. I was that enthusiastic…

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    Choosing a career I think is the hardest and most important decision a person does before marriage. This decision is important because it will depend on what will be the rest of your life. Making a good decision will lead to a full realization of yourself, because you 'll play something that will help you economically plus you 'll be happy to develop your work, and on the other hand, a bad decision would result in the opposite, you’ll feel uncomcomfortable in your work, and therefore to not…

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    An example of this precision is the sentence from "A Rose for Emily" discussed in Alice Hall Petry's article: "Thus she passed from generation to generation - dear, inescapable, impervious, tranquil, and perverse"(280). In this sentence Faulkner summarizes Emily Grierson's character and her relationship with her community in five adjectives. While probably overlooked by the casual reader, Petry explores how closer examination reveals Faulkner's organization and manipulation of language. Placed…

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    usually work longer hours. Careers in Cosmetology are better than careers in Business because the opportunities are better, less…

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    Choosing A Medical Career

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    When a teenager tells a group of adults that they want to go into a medical career they usually get a crazy look and people trying to tell them that they should choose an easier career that does not take as much schooling and that will not amount in potential lawsuits. Becoming a doctor of any specialty is extremely hard and requires a vast amount motivation. Doctors usually go through twelve years of regular schooling, four years of college, another four years of medical school, and then…

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    Essay On Career Fair

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    the career center was in my sophomore year. I was extremely stressed about declaring my major since this decision would determine the course of my future career. My indecisiveness began inhibiting my academic progress due to enrolling in irrelevant classes. It was during this walk-in that I first met Kay. Her friendliness helped ease the anxiety I felt about my situation and allowed me to comfortably disclose my thoughts, fears, and opinions. Kay understands that choosing a career depends on…

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    Delivering anesthesia to a patient, making a multi billion-dollar business deal, developing a new theory in the world of Physics, creating the next spectacular technological advancement are all subjective and require profound thinking. My point being, one cannot solely waltz into any career and presume it to be adequate. Research needs to be conducted and deep reflections must take place. Part of choosing an appropriate career path encompasses making an honest self-evaluation of one’s talents,…

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    I first met Kay when my indecisiveness in choosing a major began to inhibit my academic progress. For this walk-in, I was blessed to have received Kay as my career counselor. She was friendly and approachable, which helped ease the anxiety I felt about the situation. I felt comfortable disclosing my thoughts, fears, and self-doubts with her. Kay understands that choosing a career depends on understanding one’s personality; therefore, she would ask questions beyond my educational and career…

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