I wanted my career path to be something that provided massive value to the overall economic value to the country in the short and long term. I also have a passion for helping others through education and advising so I am able to provide value to the entire market and myself as a result along with being able to advise others, which gives me personal fulfillment. I worked as a Mortgage Loan Officer for the past 3 years after graduating from Indiana University with a BA in Economics and Political Science and now am running my own client acquisition consulting business. In both roles, I have used my analytical and interpersonal skills to provide as much value to the market as possible and have a level of personal fulfillment at the same time.
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I have chosen working as a IT Engineer because I really like working with Computers and technology since it sounds really fascinating for me since I was a little child.
Now I work as Network Engineer and everyday is a new challenge for me.This is a nature of this job and you need to have full dedication and commitment to work.If you really like to have a never-end learning career, I would definitely recommend to choose a career in IT and boost your programming and networking skills.It is well-paid and high-demanding in market always :-)
I have choosen my career path because it was something I was interested in. The more I learn the more I want to know, it makes studying easier it makes the hard days easier. Having that urge to want to learn about something or wanting to accomplish something is what makes humans tick.
For me it just so happened that my interest is also something that is extremely valuable when it comes to today job market as well. I found something that interested me but I also knew I would be able to find a steady job and know it will always be needed.
It boils down to the basic wants of human beings, that desire we all have to make a difference and that desire that most people have to make money or at least be financial stable.
I am assuming you are asking how does someone choose a specific career path. I will encourage to find what you enjoy doing, what interests you, excites you etc. As with any career path, you will spend a lot of time learning about the fundamentals of your chosen path and then spend a lot of time in honing your skills to achieve excellence. If you will direct your career path towards your interest then it will be easier to immerse and get the best performance.
In my career path, I started with science and math as they excited me and then moved to computers based on my curiosity. My curiosity helps me innovate and create solutions for mundane things.