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In which career can i earn more money if i have maths,Geography and agricultural sciences

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Andy’s Answer

There are many quite profitable careers that few think of (or know about!) when beginning their studies. Also, your first job probably won't determine your earnings threshold, since years of service and quality of work tend to factor into compensation. I suggest finding a local university that offers subjects that interest you and look at the alumni outcomes. Someone who specialized in agriculture might make a lot more ten years down the line than someone who specialized in math or some other initially high-earning field because of the route taken. Yes, money matters, but so do benefits and schedules and all the other things employers offer. (If you're making lots but working all the time, it's usually not worth it. People scoff at this, but it's true. When you miss out on life because of work, you see money's value has limits. I learnt the hard way. My father had heart surgery and my boss requested statistics and data from me while at the hospital, as if I didn't have enough to worry about). And don't believe hearsay without checking it out for yourself. Go to job fairs and informational interviews. Talk to people who know and then decide.
Thank you comment icon Ohh i get it,thanks alot... Geraldine
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Donna’s Answer

Geraldine;
Although income is important, it should not be your driving factor in choice of Career Field. Your career choice is something you will do for the next 30 - 40 years of your life. You should enjoy it, to some extent anyway. It should challenge you and make you want to grow and learn more in the field. Maybe even lead to management or running your own company in the future.

Know yourself. Individuals tend to live within their means (depending on financial responsibility). A millionaire can get into financial troubles just as well as the minimum wage earner. If you have a current lifestyle that you wish to achieve, you may have to start at a lesser salary and work hard for promotions and raises. (most of us have had to in our lifetime). Educate your self and plan for financial stability through investments and saving. It is very easy to fall into the spending everything you make and living from pay day to pay day, no matter what your salary.

If you are still struggling for a career choice try some of these websites to help:


Donna recommends the following next steps:

jobquiz.com
Thank you comment icon Thank you!! Geraldine
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