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Architecture or Fashion Merchandizing That is the Question At a young age children begin thinking about what they want to do when they grow up They usually have high hopes for their futures such as doctors presidents veterinarians and for some firemen When the time finally comes to make a decision however many are not ready At the peak of their wonder years teenagers find it difficult to face the fact that they are growing up and settling down Many high hopes turn into dreadful thoughts negative perspectives come to mind such as schooling The little kid who always wanted to be a doctor is now thinking he is so sick of studying that there is no way he is going to medical school Although it is important to hold on to dreams and hopes and strive for success despite minor obstacles one must consider all choices and chose that which best suits his needs and desires As a little girl I always knew I would be a doctor Over years however I have come to realize that I do not want to be the bossy Dr Obvious who makes you anxiously wait hours in his office until he is finished chatting with his last patient about the upcoming bake sale I have come to terms with the fact that my childhood dream is not all it was made out to be and that years of medical school would only pay off if doctoring were really as exciting as shown on the television show ER I learned that a doctors day of snotty five-year-olds with ear infections is not my field of choice and that I am willing to consider new careers such as Architecture and Fashion Merchandising I say Architecture and Fashion Merchandising because they are both fields that I have developed an interest in over my lifetime and they fit my needs and desires very well Although they seem completely different they
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