When thinking of a possible career, think of things that you love to do. Also, think of the possible occupations (jobs) that fall under what you love to do. It’s also a good idea to keep your options open and have multiple career interests, just in case one doesn’t work out.
For example, a number of us love sports (basketball, football, baseball, hockey, etc.) but, only a few actually make it to the pros. Many may not notice alternate careers in sports, such as coaching, training, general managing, and operations, which all still involve working in the field. In addition, a number of folks may be interested in becoming lawyers but, they have not made a decision on a specific type of law to practice (entertainment, insurance, criminal, or personal Injury).
Generally speaking, we would all love to have money coming from different ways. My suggestion is to KEEP YOUR OPTIONS OPEN, and to focus on the possible careers that fit what you love to do. Most importantly, choose a career that you could see yourself doing for more than 25 years.
- Mr. Keith