It is said that our choices in life will either make or break us later on as an unintended consequences of one of those choices we made. Well, I suppose that could be true for most people; however, if you’d apply foresight, intuition, sound strategy and contingency plans to your choices, then you need not worry about the consequences of your actions as surely they will work towards your favor. One choice, in particular, will matter more in your life than others is your career.
You can pick any career of your choice, but remember…you’re in it for the long haul.
The Big Move: Making a Career Choice
Picking a career isn’t easy. In the beginning your priorities when making career choices would be compensation and benefits, money for mortgages, bank loans, insurance, food for the table, clothing, health and wellness and a few other things. But sooner or later these priorities change and it will demand more from you, then you go higher from where you started and aim for the supervisor or managerial position in order to earn more. This will not solve the problem as equating a career choice is equals to happiness, financial stability and enough 401K for your retirement.
Well, the point is that you can actually be happy no matter what kind of career you’ll pick, if you love your job more than the benefits it gives you that is. A salesperson can enjoy $60,000 – $125,000 year paycheck, but he may still end up unhappy with his life; while a coffee shop server may only earn $18,000 – $25,000 a year and is absolutely satisfied with her life! What I’m trying to say is pick a job that you love and all the other details won’t matter.
If you want a Huge Income, then start a Business; if you just want a Career, then Pick a Job that you Think is the Best One for You
Okay, let me be clear about one thing, if you want a bigger income to satisfy all of your financial needs, then read my blog post “Do More Than Just Save Your Money; Invest It In The Stock Market!” This will be your start a profitable business starter pack for newbies sort of thing. You need to identify and differentiate what a career is and what your priorities are. Your career should be something that you love to do and your priorities are daily problems that you need to take care of before you can enjoy those relaxing moments in your life. So, now that we’ve made the difference clear, let us now look at the best career choices for 2016.
1.) Computer Software Engineers
2.) Systems Analysts
3.) Network Administrators
4.) Biomedical Engineers
5.) X-Ray Technicians
7.) Lab Techs
8.) Physical Therapists
12.) Urban planners
13.) Financial Advisers/Advisors
15.) Training Specialists (in business/finance)
16.) Financial Analysts
17.) Commercial Pilots
18.) Technical Writers
19.) Funeral Directors
20.) Security System Installers
Make your Career a Lifetime Hobby, so you can become a Consultant even after Retirement
Researchers found out that people who love what they do often excels at what they do, or even become more creative and develop new methods of doing something in a different way that is more efficient. The correct term for these people is subject matter experts (SME) or consultants and their work experience is equals to 50 or more of a company’s regular employees. If you choose a good career to grow in, you’ll find later on in life that you’ve gotten so good at it that you do better in the job than all your co-workers! That in itself is pure unadulterated satisfaction that money or benefits can’t replace. What’s even more interesting about it is that you can still work as a consultant even after you’ve retired.
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