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Everyone needs at least one profession in his life So when you begin spending sleepless nights thinking about a job and money when you think longingly of the plans for the future its no doubt about it youre ready to choose most suitable career for you So in the world there are very and very many different professions you can work with people as a doctor a lawyer a receptionist a teacher etc on the enterprise bank school state institution And what kind of a profession you choose is mainly depend on yourself And I think its very difficult task for everybody And now there is such situation in the life that it is very difficult to find some worthy job especially suitable for you So if you want some-how to get a gob you can make plans for the future when you study still at school Its a good idea to take different factors into account job satisfaction your future job must satisfy you money its important that your future profession must be well-paid or you must have a high salary to support the family etc good conditions training travelling and so on the place of work -in the office from home in the open area abroad etc In the past when I was at age of 10 I dream of becoming a lawyer because I wanted to be like Mason from the Santa-Barbara He was very energetic talkative inventive enterprise creative adventurous and enthusiastic I wanted to work with people and help them But now I can say that I made up my mind what to do in the future I think I have an aptitude for working with figures and solving financial problems and I am interested in knowing how money is made So I think I can work as an economist in the financial field I think that it is more in demand now especially in banks
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