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Many people decide on a career path early in their lives and keep to it. This, they argue, leads to a more satisfying working life. To what extent do you agree with this view? What other things can people do in order to have a satisfying working life?

In recent years, some people have views that it is more likely to get a satisfying career if the goals are set in early age, while there are opponents who have different ideas. However, I partly agree with the view that people should decide what they will do in the future. On the one hand, there is a important reason that it will give them a goal and direction when people set up a career path early. As a result, people will focus their time and energy on those that can help them to achieve their targets, so it is beneficial for people who want to do some certain careers. For instance, for those who want to become doctors, they can prepare in advance in some subjects such as math, physics, chemistry and biology. In comparison, it is impossible for others who decide to be doctors after graduating because above eight years of professional training in universities is required. On the other hand, I agree with those who argue that not every is suitable to decide their career in early. What we think is that many people can not understand the details of all job in early stage, so they does not have the abilities to make decisions. Next, there is a kind of people that they prefer to do various works, which can give them a feeling of challenge and exciting. Finally, there is not doubt that a satisfying work life depends on a variety of factors such as a high salary, a friendly working environment and a inspirational boss. In conclusion, for the reasons mentioned above, I believe that it is certainly to get a satisfying career if people decide to do early, especially in some particularly works, but this obviously can not for everyone.
Submitted by Chao Liang on
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