Career questions tagged happiness
What major is better, Applied mathematics or Electrical engineering or architecture?
These three majors interests me the most. I like math and science. Which major would be good for me? Which major will make me more happy? If you have any other major related to these three feel free to suggest the major for me.
How many different aspects or hobbies do one need to stay balanced, such as friends, cooking, sports, and studying?
And what constitutes as balanced? Does balanced automatically mean happy? Or is it more productive and on the right track for the future?
What's the best advice you can give to help plan a career rather than just work to keep a job?
I have always envisioned myself having a successful career, except I don't know how to make a plan. I'm in college studying psychology and criminal justice and want to have a career that highlights both of these fields. How do I plan for my future? #career #success #career-counseling #career-plan #career-path #motivation #psychology #happiness #advice #planning #future #JULY20
How do I know for sure when the job is the one? The one where I'm happy to be at?
My dad majored in economics and loved it, but ever since then, he hasn't found a job that he actually enjoyed. I don't want to be in the same situation my dad was. I want to enjoy my job and be excited to go each day. #happiness #enjoyment #success
Do I live life to satisfy myself, or to satisfy my family?
There are family members who choose a career for a child, while there are others who trust their children to choose their own career as long as they are happy. But what happens when a child chooses a career and their family is not satisfied with the choice? And so they don't support or accept the child's career path. What does the child do then even though family is very important to her/him? Does he/she continue believing in themselves and pursue their dreams or try to make their parents understand them. #family #happiness #career-choice #future
Know what your dream job is?
As a mechanical engineer, I know that I have many options for my career choice. But I am also worried that I won't be able to find a job that I enjoy. What are the best ways or what are the right questions to ask to find out if I like a job or not? #enginnering #happiness #career-planning-for-long-term-happiness
What should I do if I graduate from college with a degree I no longer desire?
One of my greatest fears is to go to college for the wrong reason. I don't want to waste anyone's money, time, and efforts helping me only to end up with me being unhappy and no longer passionate at what I do. What should I do if I graduate college with a degree I thought I wanted, but ended up disliking in the future? #college #college-advice #degrees #happiness #help
Who’s life will I change ?
I am asking this because one day I can change someone’s life in a positive or negative way. No one can tell what I will do in the future. But I also would want to ask this question so I can change my wrongs into rights. My life goal is to change and impact someone’s life in a positive way so everyone can thrive and be happy. #happiness #counseling #school-counseling #mentoring
As someone that is undecided about what to study in college, what tips are there for finding an interest that balances personal happiness and economic confort?
This question is incredibly important to me because it addresses my largest concern, not just in terms of post-secondary education, but for life in general. As a naturally indecisive person, I perform well academically in all classes, but no colleges or majors have stricken me as "the one." What can I to improve my situation and lead a healthy balanced life? #undecided #career-planning-for-long-term-happiness #happiness
Is it better to pursue a career that will bring you happiness or one to bring you money?
Some people believe it is better to pursue a job that'll bring you happiness but maybe not enough money to keep you comfortable. On the other hand you could argue that you'd be happier in a job you don't necessarily enjoy but brings in a ton of money. What's your opinion? #career-choice #career-path #career-development #happiness #passion #undecided
What strategies help to balance school and a part time job in college?
I am a high school student who will be going to college soon. Depending on where I go, I may need a part time job to afford tuition and living expenses. Past or present working undergraduates, how hard has it been to balance school with work and what are some strategies that would make life manageable as a working student? #college #time-management #happiness #work-study
What are at-least 5 powerful words intertwined with success.
Success is something hard to obtain because there is so much to life. That thickness of life itself is what makes life so great. But what does it mean to live a successful life. #psychology #ceo #performing-arts #beauty #happiness #succession-planning #success-driven #optimist
How do you decide if a career is for you?
Hi I am a sophomore and i was wondering about picking a career. A lot of people say you should NEVER pick a career based on the amount of money you make, but how are suppose to live off of a career that you barely make money off of? #career #money #career-choice #career-path #career-options #happiness