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What are some careers that can change ones perseverance?

Thank you comment icon Finding a career that motivates you is the key to being able to persevere and constantly continue to grow in your field. Look for a career that intrigues and challenges you! Kristin Felder

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Seth’s Answer

This depends on you as a person. Different jobs challenge people in different ways and every person reacts differently to those challenges. Some jobs mentally challenge you in ways others can't while other jobs physically challenge you. People try to persevere in different way by being the strongest, smartest, or most lasting person. Some people persevere for other things in life too.

Sorry that there's no clear cut answer to your question but I'd like to encourage you to look in on what challenges you and what you want to persevere for and then find a job that can challenge you in those ways.
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Thomas’s Answer

Perseverance, in my opinion, is not something that a career can change for you, but rather, it's a mindset that you change within yourself. To persevere is to do something despite how hard it is or how long it take to achieve success. I always tell folks that if your work is easy, you're not doing it right. Work should be challenging regardless of profession, it will be your perseverance vs. your peers that will set you apart.

That said, joining the US Army really gave me the opportunity to challenge and grow my own perseverance. It was very mentally and physically challenging for me and a lot of others I served with. That said, each person still had to make the decision to persevere on their own; no one did it for them. There were also people who chose not to persevere. Ultimately, perseverance is a decision you choose to make within yourself.
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