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What is something you wished you knew before entering that career?

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Amit’s Answer

The education we get in School and High School, serves as the building blocks of any Career we Opt in College or in Future.

That education/learning stays through our life with us.

I wish, i could have spent more time and learned my Mathematics/Physics with more diligence :)

Amit recommends the following next steps:

Identify your future Goals if possible and make sure you learn everything by heart during School/High School
Thank you comment icon Thank you for your answers! I will keep all of that in mind. c: Nessa
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Gary’s Answer

It is important to remember that learning is a lifelong process. No matter how many years you spend at your job, technology and practices are always evolving, and you must be able to evolve with it. It is important to not get too comfortable and feel like the learning stops once you are out of school. I wish that I had continued to read more books after graduating to keep up my reading skills and to have taken more professional development classes to keep my learning skills sharp. You will realize that as you get older, learning doesn't come as easy, but is a necessity to remaining relevant in the workplace.

Gary recommends the following next steps:

Consider taking relevant certification courses relating to your field even after graduating college.
Subscribe to journals in areas of your interest to keep reading skills sharp and to be updated with your industry
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