Tuesday, January 28, 2014

For the Love of Money?

       It is important for people to find their passion in life. When young people go to college, it enables them to explore different fields that they may be interested in pursuing as a career. Taking the time and money to search for what you are passionate about will make you a more satisfied person who enters their chosen career with purpose. When a person knows what they love to do, they do it with ambition. Ambition promotes more creativity and self-challenges which will improve not only that person's career field of choice, but their life style and sense of well-being.
      Low-paying jobs are meant to create skills. They should be taken up by the young people who don't have the responsibility of  supporting families yet but are learning to be independent. Having a low-paying job teaches a person communication skills and customer service techniques that will be necessary as they progress through the work force. Working for a low wage can be a humbling experience but there is no better time to do it than when you are simultaneously pursuing your education. More often than not, a job is worth having simply  for the experience and skills that you will gain, not the money.

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