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Help With Career Advice - James - 06-01-2012 04:56 PM
I'm 25. Haven't finished my degree yet but even if I do, it's not a lucrative field.
This has been on my mind for a few months now all of a sudden. I've been looking online and readings tons of stuff about careers + job satisfaction. I've never been one to do something I hate just for grades/money. I would rather enjoy my life and get by than hate what I do and make lots.
But pretty much any job I can think of doing right now seems like I would hate it. Or do I go back to school for a different field? I just got a license to serve/handle alcohol. But I know with that, as a guy, you have to work your way up - be a buss boy for a while (which sucks) and then maybe become a bartender after some years.
My plan was to move to Europe at some point soon (I have a UK passport). I'm totally confused with all this. Any help would be appreciated
RE: Help With Career Advice - James - 06-01-2012 07:19 PM
Forgot to say, I'd also be into relocating at some point. Seems like North American society isn't about life enjoyment. It's about making money and business. I never understood the whole sacrifice your youth so that when you finally have money, you've basically wasted your life.....but you can buy a house.
I hear that some European countries like in Scandinavia are almost socialist. Their focus is more on life enjoyment and not on your worth being about how much money you make. Anyway, still curious about your thoughts.