How you can help a child with his/her orientation ? What do you think about some courses to discover jobs ?
A child that is 17 or 16 could not know exactly what he/she wants to do after the school !! Isn it ?
It is something which they should have envisioned before completing school. To not do so is irresponsible.
Yes but how , maybe a teenager could go and see universities ... But do you thing that every one could find his/her passion or loved work just with seeing what is done in universities ? I think that something that enable discovering the real jobs life should be done in schools or by another way ...
I had only vague ideas when I left high school, I went to university and investigated them. The urgency depends on just when they expect to enter the job market. In which case knowing you won't be paying their bills for them can be motivating.
I can highly recommend What Color is Your Parachute? by Richard Bolles. When I was at a standstill in my career path, I took the book to heart. In a few months I had discovered what I really wanted to do in life, and this is my 25th year in my job, and I couldn't ever imagine changing jobs. I am excited to go to work every single day and I make a really good living at my job!
by Goodpal 5 months ago
Is giving money the only way to help poor people?You can't get rid of poverty by giving people money. - P. J. O'Rourke. What do you think?
by nemopsy 5 years ago
I wonder how parents manage to discuss with their children about their future.On what basis do they start this discussion ? School results? What they like to do (parents and/or children)?I find it interesting to compare and exchange on this field.Thanks for participating.
by allbymyself 6 years ago
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by Innuentendre 2 years ago
Can parents make their kids gay?Is it responsible parenting to intentionally influence a child to be homosexual, or is it homophobic to disagree with this practice?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
couples? It seems that in this strongly pronatalist society, there is still the underlying premise, the more, the better. People are continuously exhorted to have children by their parents, friends, religion, relatives, and the outer society. Oftentimes, many people have children much...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 23 months ago
If your adult child was an IRRESPONSIBLE parent who insist on raising his/her childrenw/little or no cultural, educational, intellectual, nor socioeconomic opportunities, what WOULD you do?
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