Can one really make a choice of profession based on their current passion?
" do what you like and never work a day" passions are fleeting especially during ones teenage years and even more so the discovery of new passions is it not better to make a rational choise?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
the United States, are YOU happy with or regret the choice that you have made? Why? Why not?
by jcv 9 years ago
Im confused on this issue what do you guys reall think are they or not
by Ellana317 6 years ago
Do you write out of your passions or as a response to what's in demand?
by My Stories 7 years ago
How do you deal with people who don't believe in your passion?Sometimes only the people who have the same passion understand each other...
by wonderingwoolley 6 years ago
If you were not in your current profession, what would you be doing?I think I would be a baker or a chef. If you got a chance to change your career, would you do it over?
by Brandon Martin 6 years ago
Should high schoolers be able to choose core classes based on a choice of future career?Sophomores and upper classmen only though... they already have prep-classes that you can choose, but is that enough. Kids with 4.0's through high school bust their butts on learning useless information (like why...
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