Are you satisfied with your job and or your career choice ?
If you are what makes it great and enjoyable? If not what is keeping you there? If you think you choose the wrong career,and you could change right now what career would you change to?
I think I realize that I may not have made the best choices. But adapting what I have learnt in my career to the 21st Century could be worthwhile.
I feel I'm where I should be now. Unfortunately my current profession wasn't an option (didn't even exist) when I entered the job market in 1980.
Along the way were several good choices, and just as many poor choices, because I was trying to stay within what I felt society expected.
My choice is day by day ...
today I am happy ....
I serve the Lord ...
Same tomorrow and the next day ....
No worries ...
I never wanted to work for someone else and be dependent on a paycheck. Unfortunately after i graduated college I had to work for other companies for several years to have enough money to start my own company. Now, however, i am my own boss, no one tells me what to do and i am completely independent. The money that my effort produces now goes entirely to me and not someone else.
by Ken R. Abell 9 years ago
What's been your best job or career choice?
by Coach Albert 9 years ago
What would be the best career choice for those who didn't have the resources to finish college?
by Christy G 7 years ago
Are you satisfied with your current job?If not, what would you change about your job if you could?
by Charlu 7 years ago
Do you push your child to pursue a certain career choice or allow them to chose their own?Should children be allowed the ability to pursue their own career choices no matter how unachievable or unrealistic they may seem?
by Money Fairy 6 years ago
Are we concious choice makers?Are we truly concious when making life choices or are we just going thru the motions to get to an end result?
by Lisa Brown 5 months ago
What's more important, money or job satisfaction?
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