It is true that some people know from an early age what
they want to pursue, and they are happy to spend the rest of their lives in the same profession. While I accept that
may suit many people, I believe that others enjoy changing careers or seeking job
in different ways.
On the one hand, having a defined
path can certainly lead to a satisfying
life. Many people decide as young children what they want to do as adults, and it gives them a great sense of
to work towards their goals and gradually achieve them.
, many children dream of becoming doctors,
need to gain the relevant qualifications and undertake years of training. In my experience, very few people who have qualified as doctors choose to change
because they find their work so rewarding, and because they have invested so much time and effort to reach their goal.
On the other hand
, people find happiness in their working lives in different ways.
, not everyone dreams of doing a particular job, and it can be equally rewarding to try a variety of professions; starting out on a completely new
path can be a reinvigorating experience.
, some people see their jobs as simply a means of earning money, and they are happy if their salary is high enough to allow them to enjoy life outside work.
is often the result of working conditions, rather than the
, a positive working atmosphere, enthusiastic colleagues, and an inspirational boss can make working life much more satisfying, regardless of the profession.
summary, both sides seem to have some sound arguments.
, I am of the opinion that
quietly and steadily persevering especially in detail or exactness
in one profession not
in such a manner as could not be otherwise
, individuals should the
the condition of being free; the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints
to change jobs if they want to.