To make money or sheer interest . why do prefer a particular course/ job ?
January 9, 2009 3:49am CST
I have seen my friends taking up a course in their grads because of their parents. some of them have an intention that only by studying a particular subject or course, you get a job and you can earn. while some of them still stick on to their interests and passions. what do you think is important? what is that, that makes us choose a course/ job? is it the sheer interest/ passion and dedication? or is it the money that lures people?
10 Jan 09
I'm one of the people who chose a particular course in college to please my parents. They wanted me to take medicine so I took a course related to the field. It took me 5 miserable years in college to finish a course I don't have my heart into. Now, I'm in a career path my college degree has put me in. The job pays well but I still constantly regret the fact that I didn't choose to follow my interests. I'd kill to have a job that fits my interests where I can pour my soul out onto. I wouldn't care so much for the money or the pay just as long as I get to do the things I love doing.