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Ten Myths About Choosing a Career
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Ten Myths About Choosing a Career

Forget What You've Heard About Choosing a Career

By Dawn Rosenberg McKay, Guide

Do you think you know everything about choosing a career? Many people think they know the right way to go about picking an occupation, but they often wind up choosing a career that is unsatisfying. Here are ten myths of choosing a career along with resources that can help you make an informed decision.

#1 Choosing a career is simple


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#1 Choosing a career is simple

I personally know a man having 3 Master Degrees in absolutely different areas. He first switched his field after he realized that his first education is not what he was dreaming about. It helps him a little, but mostly doesn't.

I also spent a long time thinking about my career. There are always different opportunities, but it often depends on many things if you take them or not.
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It's not only about career. Many people divorce after a short period of time because they didn't like what they got. But they never thought about that BEFORE they started. That's a problem. The life is full of choices and temptations. The way how we live it totally depends on us, less on circumstances.
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