The best profession a woman can achieve?

United States
February 28, 2009 10:26am CST
I wrote an article which describes what I think is the ideal profession that a woman can achieve. The premise is that it depends on the woman herself. It all depends on the likes and dislikes that she has. One woman may be happy becoming a doctor where others are happy to be a mother. Click here to read what my passion is and my other thoughts on this subject.Give me your thoughts on what the best profession for a woman would be as well. http://www.helium.com/items/1335386-the-best-profession-a-woman-can-achieve-in-her-life
4 responses
@jlamela (4909)
• Philippines
8 Mar 09
It depends on a woman's passion. Like me, I finished a business course degree but work as a secretary in a University, not so impressive profession. But my passion is in writing, I want to see myself as a screenwriter or a book author. I am a helium.com member also and a premier writer, I posted only few articles because the earning process there is so slow.
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• United States
8 Mar 09
It does absolutely depend on the passion. I agree one hundred percent. Yes, the process for gaining any amount of pay is slow on Helium but worth the effort to get to the "top of the class" so to speak. I have found a great support system there with the other writers. I started writing there as a hobby because writing is definitely my passion as well. As time went on, I was able to build up to 4 writing stars. Soon I will get the fifth star and the earning will go up more. I am not working full time freelancing and so far love it. It' fairly new to me. I got a late start reaching my dream, but I think that it is finally here. That is because I have two dreams. One to be a writer and the second to work at home. Both dreams at once, who could ask for more. Reach for your dreams while you are young so that you can enjoy them for a much longer time. Time flies and you really don't know how fast until you are 45 like me and looking back at all the wrong turns you took to get where you were. Good luck with your writing!!
@zhuhuifen46 (3486)
• China
2 Mar 09
When I was young I did not have the concern about my job. I am so sorry that young people these days have to be burdened by this tough issue. But to my relief, they are more competent than I was, in taking their initiatives, and online professions are providing wide possibilities for them. Your article must be informative and instilling for all. I will try to find it and have a read. Happy mylotting and keep writing.
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• United States
2 Mar 09
Thank you for your response. It is a must for women to be in the workplace these days. There is a link provided to the article at the very bottom of my first post if you would like to read it. A career is more than a job though. A job is something that is necessary in order to sustain us financially. A career is much more rewarding as it is a personal goal and usually something that we love to do.
@cripfemme (7714)
• United States
18 Mar 09
I think that the best profession a woman can achieve is up to her own desires on the subject. Nowadays, woman can be doctors, lawyers, architects. Hillary Clinton even ran for president in the US in 2008. The best job for any woman is a job that she herself determines is best for her.
• China
9 Mar 09
the best profession a woman can achieve depends on her intrest and love ,FROM THE LONG PEROID THE WOMAN FIGHT FOR MORE CHANCE AND QUALITY,JUST AT THE BEGINING,THE WAMAN ARE ALL STAY ST HOME TO TAKE CARE OF THE FAMILY,NOW WOMAN CAN SURPPORT THEMSELVES TO GAIN FEATURES AND GIVE LARGE HELP TO CAREAT CAPACITY,THE COMPETITION IS GOOING ON ,WE JUST NEED TO CHANGE ANOTHER TO RESPECT WOMAN,AND WOMAN IS ALSO PROFEESIONAL, OR GIHER THAN SOME PEOPLE