If You Don't Know Where You're Going - How Do You Know When You Get There?
These often overlooked tips can help make the difference between frustration and happiness in your future career. Seventeen-year-old Joey is sure that computer programming is just the job for him. It's not that he's had a lot of interest in or much experience with computers. His aptitudes don't seem to lie in that area. But he read that "by 1985 every third business desk will have a computer." There's got to be security in an industry growing like that! Right? And, of course, the money is attractive, too. In spite of not knowing much about it, Joey is confident that working full-time in the computer field will make his working life happy. Job security and a high income - what else could be more important? What about you? On what basis are you choosing your future work?
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