How to pick right course for better career?

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asked Jul 7, 2020 in Financial Aid by PiperLaseron (160 points)

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answered Jul 13, 2020 by smithsara627 (480 points)

When deciding on a career choice decide whether or not you'd enjoy working in that career or not.

For example if you love helping people and you enjoy working as a doctor or nurse then you could choose to study in the courses that can allow you to become a doctor or nurse.

Doctors and nurses will always be in demand so those would be good career choices and for some people they find enjoyment in helping people recover from illness and injuries etc.

So if you would enjoy that then look into studying in those courses.

However if you would be miserable in those jobs then it may not be best to study in those careers.

You need to find something to study in that makes you good money as well as doesn't make you miserable.

If you enjoy the work then you don't work a day in your life.

Well you are working but you are much happier at those jobs.

Don't choose the career course though just because of the pay but also work on getting a better paying job.

  1. Ask Yourself Why You Are Studying.
  2. Look Around.
  3. Pay Attention to Details.
  4. Consider Locations.
  5. Look Into the Lecturers.
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answered Sep 29, 2020 by anonymous
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commented Jan 13, 2022 by Jarod92 (140 points)
edited Jan 14, 2022 by Jarod92
I agree that it's important to understand what do you like to do, but for me, it's more important to choose the right university. I'd always dreamed to study English Literature, and for me, it was hard to find the right uni. But, the one I chose is amazing. I've not regretted choosing it. SOmethimes studying process is quite hard, especially when it comes to writing different essays. But I know it's a part of education, and you can't get rid of it.
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answered Jan 14, 2022 by AlisonBacker (260 points)
edited Jan 14, 2022 by AlisonBacker

Yes, I agree that you have to understand which career is yours, what you want to do, and then choose the best university, college or course to get all the necessary skills. And as Jarod wrote, essays are indeed a huge part of the educational process. I usually write it myself, but some time ago, I used the help of https://edusson.com/write-my-thesis because I needed someone to write my thesis because I couldn't do it myself. But after receiving the finished paper, I analyzed it, and I think that I will need no help the next time. That is the benefit of writing papers - skills.

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answered Jan 14, 2022 by Jarod92 (140 points)
I agree that it's important to understand what do you like to do, but for me, it's more important to choose the right university. I'd always dreamed to study English Literature, and for me, it was hard to find the right uni. But, the one I chose is amazing. I've not regretted choosing it. SOmethimes studying process is quite hard, especially when it comes to writing different essays. But I know it's a part of education, and you can't get rid of it.
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answered Apr 13, 2022 by Ramada (1,820 points)
edited Apr 15, 2022 by Ramada

An interesting and relevant discussion for me. For a long time I can not decide what profession I want to get at the university. I choose between the one that benefits people (doctor) and the one that brings profit (lawyer) I try to weigh all the nuances and responsibly approach the preparation for training because I understand that I will have to look for whoever can do my homework because a rich curriculum for both professions. It remains only to make the final choice. Can someone with personal experience be able to suggest a good variant of the profession?

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answered Jun 6, 2022 by Grinder (4,420 points)

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