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The Path to a Career A man named Thomas Carlyle once said ABlessed is he who has found his work let him ask no other blessedness I couldnt agree more In Kindergarten I thought I knew what I wanted to be for the rest of my life How wrong I was Over the years my career interests have changed dramatically everything from a marine biologist to an interior decorator Most of my friends have their careers chosen and are already taking courses to achieve that career me mine changes all the time I use to think that you would find your career path once you had been in college for a while long enough to try different things out But now it seems that you need to have a chosen career prior to college I sometimes feel life is running over me and I cant seem to catch up The first day of Kindergarten I decided that I wanted to become a teacher I wanted to help children I wanted to make a difference That career interest stuck with me for several years The in third grade I had a teacher named Miss Masternak she inspired me in a way no one had before She had such a way with children instead of making schoolwork seem boring and endless she had a way of making it fun and exciting Being in her class and learning from her only made me want to become a teacher even more That lasted until I entered High School My freshman year I decided that I still wanted to become a teacher I just changed it to an elementary teacher I observed the way high school students disrespected the teachers and the way their attitudes got in the way of them learning Im not saying that all high school students are like that but I know that I would be better off as an elementary school teacher
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