How to find a job of your choice?

How to find a job of your choice? 1

Finding a job is not the same as you landing a job which one loves. It is always better to find and settle the job that is always near to the heart as this would impress the person and as well as the job environment. Anything near to heart is better for all as the result of the job is utmost fine and better in all aspects. Lots of people are searching jobs that give money alone and they are not compromised with their mind and soul .Only the monetary benefits are seen with the job and the results of the person would not be fine and on par with the expectations.

Those who are joining a particular job, which is not liked by them and only the money is satisfied, are sure that they would not survive too long in the same job. Instead, if one finds a job that is most adaptable and loved brushing aside the money feature would prove better for all and the person can withstand longer without any issues. Hence, it is most important that finding a job which a person loves is always better than finding a new job on all the time.

New work would yield result but the result of the new work which one is not I interested would not yield good results and it would tarnish the value between the employer and employee. Exemplary results are expected in a job only if the person loves the job close to his heart and not because of the money alone. If the work is loved by the person then many benefits are obtained in due course of time and it would benefit both the company and him. Excellent results are seen as the result of the magnanimous work done by the employer for the company.

The love for the job would give the energy, enthusiastic motivation, spirit, and consistency towards accomplishing the task. Lots of failures in a work is occurred as the result of absence of consistency, dedication and loss of love. Hence, if these factors are analyzed the result would be better and superb in all aspects. Both the employer and employee can get the monetary benefits and would not suffer a setback on any account and this would improve the status of the employer with his career growth. As a whole, love is the backbone for any job for any person who wants to grow.

42 thoughts on “How to find a job of your choice?

  1. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  2. what is the best thing about your job that you enjoy?

    how much do you get paid?

    what are some of the challenges you in counter on your job?

    how many days and hours do you work?

    overall are you satisfied with the life choice you made?

    do you find your job to be easy or hard overall?

    what school did you attend?

    was being a paralegal your first choice to study?

  3. So many people hate their jobs, and now with so many options most people have option paralysis (the tendency, when given unlimited choices, to make none).

    My parents keep telling me they will be happy with whatever I choose but when I make a decision they tell me all the cons and how bad it will turn out. They want me to have a practical job like an accountant.

    And seeing lots of my friends/relatives study in university and come out more confused or realize they want to do something else…it just makes me wonder if my parents are right and I should focus on money and forget what I’m good at. I know that sounds sad but that’s what most people do.

    B.Q.: Have you found your perfect job? How did you discover it?

  4. did you base it on what you like to do most? or on just what you qualified for? or maybe just because you think it will be a good trait to learn so after your enlistment, you can use your skills for a future job?

    i know that you can find a job with all three qualities, but lets face it, some of us dont have all the choices that we want. So im just just wondering, how did you choose your job field?

  5. My job search has lasted for years and years, and I never got me one interview, so I have no choice but to start a business. But, when I tell people that, they say that it will not work, especially in this economy. Then they say something somewhat contradictory: “You can find a job in this economy.” Or else, they say that I’m a failure in my business, unless I get millions and millions of dollars per year. But even if I got the millions, they still tell me to find a job. (Side note: If Bill Gates said that, I would not have Microsoft to apply for a job at, myself). In the mean time, I still have a stomach to fill, a back to put warm clothes on, and a head to put a roof over. That means I have no choice but to start a business. What do I do to feed myself? What type of business do I start? What place can I go to that will guarentee me a job? How can I present myself to employers to convince them to hire me? How can I market myself to make sure that my business will thrive and stay in business and make a lot of money?

  6. I am a working mom. For the most part, I like my job. However, I believe I would be happy staying at home, too. The thing that keeps me working is that 1) we need the money, 2) I’d like to be able to save for retirement, 3) I’d like to have enough money to do fun things with the family, i.e. vacations, etc., 3) I feel like it’s good for the kids (ages 1 and 3) to play with other kids of similar ages, 4) if I stopped working, it would be more difficult to get back into my field, 5) I hope to work less once my kids are in high school. Yet, I still feel guilty for working. Do you feel like this ever? How do you know you made/make the right decision? I don’t think there is anything wrong with staying at home as a mom— although if you were to find out your husband was a jerk, i.e. cheating on you, or your staying at home caused money problems– then you would be in a bind. It gives you freedom, and it takes some of the financial burden away from solely your spouse. Anyway… thoughts?

  7. I am a working mom. For the most part, I like my job. However, I believe I would be happy staying at home, too. The thing that keeps me working is that 1) we need the money, 2) I’d like to be able to save for retirement, 3) I’d like to have enough money to do fun things with the family, i.e. vacations, etc., 3) I feel like it’s good for the kids (ages 1 and 3) to play with other kids of similar ages, 4) if I stopped working, it would be more difficult to get back into my field, 5) I hope to work less once my kids are in high school. Yet, I still feel guilty for working. Do you feel like this ever? How do you know you made/make the right decision? I don’t think there is anything wrong with staying at home as a mom— although if you were to find out your husband was a jerk, i.e. cheating on you, or your staying at home caused money problems– then you would be in a bind. It gives you freedom, and it takes some of the financial burden away from solely your spouse. Anyway… thoughts?

  8. I am a working mom. For the most part, I like my job. However, I believe I would be happy staying at home, too. The thing that keeps me working is that 1) we need the money, 2) I’d like to be able to save for retirement, 3) I’d like to have enough money to do fun things with the family, i.e. vacations, etc., 3) I feel like it’s good for the kids (ages 1 and 3) to play with other kids of similar ages, 4) if I stopped working, it would be more difficult to get back into my field, 5) I hope to work less once my kids are in high school. Yet, I still feel guilty for working. Do you feel like this ever? How do you know you made/make the right decision? I don’t think there is anything wrong with staying at home as a mom— although if you were to find out your husband was a jerk, i.e. cheating on you, or your staying at home caused money problems– then you would be in a bind. It gives you freedom, and it takes some of the financial burden away from solely your spouse. Anyway… thoughts?

  9. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  10. So far, I’ve been eliminating things I *don’t* want to do (after thinking I do want to do them, then actually getting the job and finding out I dislike that choice of work). But I can’t seem to figure out what I *do* want to do. I have a college degree, but I’ve discovered that I don’t like working in that industry.

    Any tips for finding out my ‘dream job’?

  11. So many people hate their jobs, and now with so many options most people have option paralysis (the tendency, when given unlimited choices, to make none).

    My parents keep telling me they will be happy with whatever I choose but when I make a decision they tell me all the cons and how bad it will turn out. They want me to have a practical job like an accountant.

    And seeing lots of my friends/relatives study in university and come out more confused or realize they want to do something else…it just makes me wonder if my parents are right and I should focus on money and forget what I’m good at. I know that sounds sad but that’s what most people do.

    B.Q.: Have you found your perfect job? How did you discover it?

  12. Have you always (since childhood) known what you wanted to do as a career? Or did it suddenly turn up out of the blue? Did you chose this career? Or did you just get ‘pushed’ into that career? Are you finding that you enjoy your job but wouldn’t have considered that sector it if you had the choice?

  13. I have always wanted to work in the media sector as a producer/journalist/director etc… I find it is an interesting job and i was making a choice whether to pursue a mass comm degree. So, before i make a crucial decision in my life, i wanted to hear opinions of others who preferably has experienced working in the media industry. Details about working time and pay would be helpful and if you are able to list the pros and cons of the job and your general experience, i would be very grateful to you.

  14. I’m a 25 year old guy from Los Angeles. I’m very interested in becoming a dealer at a casino. Below, I’ve compiled a list of questions that I want to ask.

    1) Is it true that pit game dealers (blackjack, craps, roulette) must share tips with other dealers, while poker dealers keep their own tips?
    2) If I get hired as a dealer full time, starting out, how much will I make realistically, including tips? What’s the potential for growth?
    3) How likely will I find a job at a local casino in California? Will I even be considered for hire at Vegas casinos?
    4) Any experience, pros/cons that you want to share as a casino dealer.

    Thank you guys/gals in advance for your feedback 🙂

  15. I will be off to college next year and I want to know if I’m heading in the right direction by choosing to study human behavior. I am 18 and a senior in high school. I have always been extremely interested in psychology, philosophy, sociology, existentialism, etc. and spend much of my time reading books by psychologists and philosophers like Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, etc.

    I want a rewarding job that pays the bills easily and allows me to feel like I make a difference in the world. Most importantly, I want it to do these things while still giving me time to enjoy life outside my job. Im just trying to figure out if the jobs I listed in the title will live up to my expectations and desires.

    So if you have one of these careers or you have a related title, please let me know how you feel about your choice to do what you do. Do you find it rewarding? Why? Is it what you expected? Do you find yourself too busy with your job to enjoy life? Are there any careers other than the ones I listed that you think I should look in to? Any help or advice you can offer will be appreciated!

    Thanks!
    -Blaze

  16. I am a working mom. For the most part, I like my job. However, I believe I would be happy staying at home, too. The thing that keeps me working is that 1) we need the money, 2) I’d like to be able to save for retirement, 3) I’d like to have enough money to do fun things with the family, i.e. vacations, etc., 3) I feel like it’s good for the kids (ages 1 and 3) to play with other kids of similar ages, 4) if I stopped working, it would be more difficult to get back into my field, 5) I hope to work less once my kids are in high school. Yet, I still feel guilty for working. Do you feel like this ever? How do you know you made/make the right decision? I don’t think there is anything wrong with staying at home as a mom— although if you were to find out your husband was a jerk, i.e. cheating on you, or your staying at home caused money problems– then you would be in a bind. It gives you freedom, and it takes some of the financial burden away from solely your spouse. Anyway… thoughts?

  17. im trying to figure out what it is i want to do with my life, career wise. ive been through so many jobs and career choices but i still cant find the work that im passionate about. i dont want another job i hate. i want to get up every morning excited to go to work.
    if you have that job, how did you find it? did you always know what you wanted to do? if you didnt, how did you figure it out?
    ive spent so long trying to figure it out for myself, trying different jobs, studying different courses, researching careers, making lists of things i like or am good at etc.. nothing has worked.
    right now i am a stay at home mother to a 9 month old, my husband supports us financially so i have the perfect opportunity to figure out what i want to do and start working towards it.. if only i could find what that is! can anyone suggest how i find it?
    thanks drmark.. but it didnt really answer my question. i want to know HOW you all decided what the job of your dreams was, not just what that happens to be for you. also it doesnt matter if a job is ‘easy’ or not, as long as its the right job.

  18. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  19. So far, I’ve been eliminating things I *don’t* want to do (after thinking I do want to do them, then actually getting the job and finding out I dislike that choice of work). But I can’t seem to figure out what I *do* want to do. I have a college degree, but I’ve discovered that I don’t like working in that industry.

    Any tips for finding out my ‘dream job’?

  20. My job search has lasted for years and years, and I never got me one interview, so I have no choice but to start a business. But, when I tell people that, they say that it will not work, especially in this economy. Then they say something somewhat contradictory: “You can find a job in this economy.” Or else, they say that I’m a failure in my business, unless I get millions and millions of dollars per year. But even if I got the millions, they still tell me to find a job. (Side note: If Bill Gates said that, I would not have Microsoft to apply for a job at, myself). In the mean time, I still have a stomach to fill, a back to put warm clothes on, and a head to put a roof over. That means I have no choice but to start a business. What do I do to feed myself? What type of business do I start? What place can I go to that will guarentee me a job? How can I present myself to employers to convince them to hire me? How can I market myself to make sure that my business will thrive and stay in business and make a lot of money?

  21. I’m a 23 year old woman and my life’s been pretty hard. I was given up at birth and raised in a crummy orphanage. That would’ve been hard enough, but for my Entire life, I’ve had a serious problem with the way I smell. I smell bad, and I mean, VERY bad, 24/7, no matter how much I wash and keep clean..

    When I was still living at the orphanage, everyday all the other girls would make fun of me. They’d keep making up ways to describe what I smelled like (garbage, a dead rat, etc), said things like “they’re flies buzzing around your butt!”, they’d write rude things on my door. Sometimes, they’d just find me, gang up grab me and throw me in the showers which they turned on to freezing cold, not letting me out for hours, until “they couldn’t smell garbage anymore”. They even tossed out my clothes so I wouldn’t have a choice but to stay in, and it left me very short on clothing in general, so I smelled even worse.

    My adult life hasn’t been too great either. I have no friends, no social life and my job pays miserably low. I live alone in a lousy apartment and have taken to drinking and smoking. All the while, I think my stench has got even worse.

    I don’t how to cope with this anymore. I’ve started to become depressed, and it’s all because I stink – even I know I smell horrid. What can I do, if anything?

  22. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  23. Lanchester Road, Maiden Law, Lanchester, County Durham, DH7 0QS.UK
    Email: hr@maidenlawhpl.co.uk
    WEBSITE: http://www.maidenlawhpl.co.uk

    ATTN: AHAD BABU,

    Sequel to the recent screening processes which were conducted by the screening department of Maiden law Hospital, the Board of Directors of this Hospital is pleased to offer you an initial position as the:

    POSITION: PHYSICAL THERAPIST your job profile remain as the same as stated on your resume which you have submitted for screening).

    JOB LOCATION: Lanchester Road, Maiden Law, Lanchester, County Durham, DH7 0QS.UK

    APPROVAL DATE: 23rd SEPTEMBER 2009

    STARTING DATE: 30th OCTOBER 2009. On this date, you are to report at 8:00 a.m. to the Human Resources Department at the Hospital premises, where you will be provided with packet containing information on Maiden law Hospital Benefits, facilities; you will as well attend an orientation program before job commencement.

    Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you’ll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

    •Salary: Monthly NET starting salary of GBP £8,385.00 (Eight Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty-Five Pounds) paid by your of payment either international certified Bank draft of telegraphic Transfer / Bank wire. (This salary is take home after TAX deduction)

    •Job Description: (your job profile remain as the same as stated on your resume which you have submitted for screening).
    •Contract Duration: 2 Years (Renewable)

    •Benefits: Maiden law Hospital provides benefits for all employees, which includes the following.
    Childcare and healthcare assistance
    Education assistance
    Health, life and disability insurance
    Sick leave
    Vacation and personal days (Maiden law Hospital have 30 working days annual leave (which is additional to public/religious holidays), which can be taken at any time during the year (subject to approval). During any of your vacation, Maiden law Hospital shall pay for your flight ticket, pay you GBP 4,805.00 as leave allowance and as well pay you 1,720.00 GBP flat rate travel / entertainment allowance.
    Accommodation (three-Bed-Room Apartment for married staffs and One-Bed-Room Apartment for single staff, this accommodation is free)
    Transportation (Free Transportation, from home to place of work every day)
    Free meal according to your choice dietary
    Payment of your initial four (4) months upfront salary before you join us
    Comprehensive healthcare

    JOINING US:

    1. Visa: All International Applicant should note that Maiden law Hospital shall pay for the Visa Fees of every applicant coming from outside the UNITED KINGDOM, and if the applicant is coming with the members of his / her family, their Visa fee will also be paid by Maiden law Hospital.

    2. Residence / Work Permit: On confirmation of your affidavit of guarantee and letter of attestation from the British Crown Court, Maiden law Hospital shall secure your residence and work permit papers from the HOME OFFICE here in UK and send it down to your country of residence for the endorsement of your international passport with your two (2) years Visa permit to enable you make your entrance down to UK.

    3. Flight Ticket: Your flight ticket fee shall also be sent to you by the management of Maiden law Hospital to enable you purchase your flight ticket in time; fee for family flight ticket will also be issued to you if we are aware that you are relocating with the members of your family.

    4. Accommodation: Maiden law Hospital provides accommodation to all foreign national at the Government Reserved Area at Lanchester; both singles and family accommodation are available.

    5. Interview: There shall be no other form of interview as this is an online recruitment process and your basis of selection were strongly based on your professional experience and some core values found in your resume by the screening department, there will only be a an orientation and training section for you to educate you more on your environment and the challenges facing you.

    6. Reimbursement: Every applicant shall be provided with Reimbursement Application Form before assumption of duty which is to be completed with all expenses which he / she has incurred during the course of preparing to join us, while submitting the form back you are to attach receipt of every expense made as valid proof that such expenses were actually made by you.

    PLEASE READ

    Employment Terms

    I understand that I may voluntarily terminate my employment. I further understand that I will not be terminated involuntarily at will, rather it will be with cause or prior notice, at any time, regarding of documents or oral or written statements issued Maiden law Hospital or its representatives. With this understanding, I accept the position with the terms as stated above.

    Visa Information

    Due to the high rise of contract break up

  24. I will be off to college next year and I want to know if I’m heading in the right direction by choosing to study human behavior. I am 18 and a senior in high school. I have always been extremely interested in psychology, philosophy, sociology, existentialism, etc. and spend much of my time reading books by psychologists and philosophers like Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, etc.

    I want a rewarding job that pays the bills easily and allows me to feel like I make a difference in the world. Most importantly, I want it to do these things while still giving me time to enjoy life outside my job. Im just trying to figure out if the jobs I listed in the title will live up to my expectations and desires.

    So if you have one of these careers or you have a related title, please let me know how you feel about your choice to do what you do. Do you find it rewarding? Why? Is it what you expected? Do you find yourself too busy with your job to enjoy life? Are there any careers other than the ones I listed that you think I should look in to? Any help or advice you can offer will be appreciated!

    Thanks!
    -Blaze

  25. So many people hate their jobs, and now with so many options most people have option paralysis (the tendency, when given unlimited choices, to make none).

    My parents keep telling me they will be happy with whatever I choose but when I make a decision they tell me all the cons and how bad it will turn out. They want me to have a practical job like an accountant.

    And seeing lots of my friends/relatives study in university and come out more confused or realize they want to do something else…it just makes me wonder if my parents are right and I should focus on money and forget what I’m good at. I know that sounds sad but that’s what most people do.

    B.Q.: Have you found your perfect job? How did you discover it?

  26. Have you always (since childhood) known what you wanted to do as a career? Or did it suddenly turn up out of the blue? Did you chose this career? Or did you just get ‘pushed’ into that career? Are you finding that you enjoy your job but wouldn’t have considered that sector it if you had the choice?

  27. I will be off to college next year and I want to know if I’m heading in the right direction by choosing to study human behavior. I am 18 and a senior in high school. I have always been extremely interested in psychology, philosophy, sociology, existentialism, etc. and spend much of my time reading books by psychologists and philosophers like Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, etc.

    I want a rewarding job that pays the bills easily and allows me to feel like I make a difference in the world. Most importantly, I want it to do these things while still giving me time to enjoy life outside my job. Im just trying to figure out if the jobs I listed in the title will live up to my expectations and desires.

    So if you have one of these careers or you have a related title, please let me know how you feel about your choice to do what you do. Do you find it rewarding? Why? Is it what you expected? Do you find yourself too busy with your job to enjoy life? Are there any careers other than the ones I listed that you think I should look in to? Any help or advice you can offer will be appreciated!

    Thanks!
    -Blaze

  28. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  29. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  30. I’m a 25 year old guy from Los Angeles. I’m very interested in becoming a dealer at a casino. Below, I’ve compiled a list of questions that I want to ask.

    1) Is it true that pit game dealers (blackjack, craps, roulette) must share tips with other dealers, while poker dealers keep their own tips?
    2) If I get hired as a dealer full time, starting out, how much will I make realistically, including tips? What’s the potential for growth?
    3) How likely will I find a job at a local casino in California? Will I even be considered for hire at Vegas casinos?
    4) Any experience, pros/cons that you want to share as a casino dealer.

    Thank you guys/gals in advance for your feedback 🙂

  31. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  32. So far, I’ve been eliminating things I *don’t* want to do (after thinking I do want to do them, then actually getting the job and finding out I dislike that choice of work). But I can’t seem to figure out what I *do* want to do. I have a college degree, but I’ve discovered that I don’t like working in that industry.

    Any tips for finding out my ‘dream job’?

  33. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  34. I am a working mom. For the most part, I like my job. However, I believe I would be happy staying at home, too. The thing that keeps me working is that 1) we need the money, 2) I’d like to be able to save for retirement, 3) I’d like to have enough money to do fun things with the family, i.e. vacations, etc., 3) I feel like it’s good for the kids (ages 1 and 3) to play with other kids of similar ages, 4) if I stopped working, it would be more difficult to get back into my field, 5) I hope to work less once my kids are in high school. Yet, I still feel guilty for working. Do you feel like this ever? How do you know you made/make the right decision? I don’t think there is anything wrong with staying at home as a mom— although if you were to find out your husband was a jerk, i.e. cheating on you, or your staying at home caused money problems– then you would be in a bind. It gives you freedom, and it takes some of the financial burden away from solely your spouse. Anyway… thoughts?

  35. So many people hate their jobs, and now with so many options most people have option paralysis (the tendency, when given unlimited choices, to make none).

    My parents keep telling me they will be happy with whatever I choose but when I make a decision they tell me all the cons and how bad it will turn out. They want me to have a practical job like an accountant.

    And seeing lots of my friends/relatives study in university and come out more confused or realize they want to do something else…it just makes me wonder if my parents are right and I should focus on money and forget what I’m good at. I know that sounds sad but that’s what most people do.

    B.Q.: Have you found your perfect job? How did you discover it?

  36. It’s more of a mind boogling situation more than anything else. So I need the worlds input. Important, important. If he goes over your head, don’t answer it. I am only asking for the smartest of opinions. please do not take this as a joke. I know it’s long so I thank you for all the effort. I know just reading it is a pain in the ass. Anyone who answers this I shall answer there’s. If I have already answered yours I will answer another one. Thanks again!!!!!!

    To me, its kind of a comedy..and a tragedy.

    If God comes with you in a dream and says a guy is madly in love with you..but you want out, so you randomly put him with someone else (out of billions..lol both genders all ages, etc. You coulda chosen anyone.) someone he had no choice to fall in love with, why would he still think she is so great.

    Not to mention God said I was the only important one that could do a job. We were birth rights, and soul mates and apparently I am the only special one in the World.
    So much, that this individual that was chosen needs a personality transformation! I guess I’m just worth more, so I need some imitators. lol I dont know what it is.

    But then this guy really thinks shes the one. After everything..cause he is just going by his feelings. It is a complicated mess. But in my opinion, forced love chosen by your best friend never can count. Besides, this girl hated his best friend..and the funny part is, she cant even be herself! That is how low she is. The lowest of the low… And he continues to reward her and give her everything that his true girilfirend would have. He is nice to her because he thinks his thoughts and feelings are really meaningful,etc. Which to me simply means it is the stupidest love. How can a guy be nice to some random person, over the true winner? The real thing? I thnk that is complete stupidity right there.what do you think?

    She had three years to tell him about the dream, and if she did he would have fallen out of love with this random girl and into love with her. She sent him a facebook friend request..he didn’t even accept for one. Walked out of a restaurant when he saw her. (and this was only because he was slowly falling in love with this other girl.) But still, no decency what so ever. Yet he still stalked his “real” girlfriend, spied on her, etc. Weird ****. I wonder why that happened.

    Ultimately, time began running out.. and his real girlfriend began forgeting the points of the dream.

    She didn’t think it was a big deal if she didn’t tell him. So because he didn’t seem to like her, she was just going to move on. She forgot that he was Supossed to fall in love with someone else so it effed her over. He then had a dream explaining everything.
    Im just confused as to how this guy feels. How this “real” girlfriend should feel. etc

    Because his real gf did it out of kindness..she wants him to move on and find someone else. And if it was random as heck, she doesn’t understand how or why that would be a problem. What do you think?
    It’s okay Michael. Thank you for reading and no I am not offending. It is more so a riddle than anything else. It has more to do with morals for one.. It is somethig that has to be evaluated as truth so a solution can be found. Destiny is a very hard concept to argue. I am one who believes we can make our own destiny sure.. But to a point. There are some things in life that are pre planned for us. One of which is the family we are born. That is unarguable and I think other things are along the ways a well. If we are reincarnated that is why. We do have to be rewarded some way some how for our good deeds don’t we? I’m not sure whether you are religious. The best friend is the situation is this guy… The girl ends up having a dream that she is predestined to be with him (they love each other with the highest form of love so yes in this case he also is her best friend.) ultimately it is very complicated bc this girl puts him with her enemy, without thinking. Not only would t
    It’s okay Michael. Thank you for reading and no I am not offending. It is more so a riddle than anything else. It has more to do with morals for one.. It is somethig that has to be evaluated as truth so a solution can be found. Destiny is a very hard concept to argue. I am one who believes we can make our own destiny sure.. But to a point. There are some things in life that are pre planned for us. One of which is the family we are born. That is unarguable and I think other things are along the ways a well. If we are reincarnated that is why. We do have to be rewarded some way some how for our good deeds don’t we? I’m not sure whether you are religious. The best friend is the situation is this guy… The girl ends up having a dream that she is predestined to be with him (they love each other with the highest form of love so yes in this case he also is her best friend.) ultimately it is very complicated bc this girl puts him with her enemy, without thinking. Not only would t
    only would that indicate a pointless love, but it has to Do with morals indicating this enemy had a personality transformation. The girl who decided this at the time was 14, which says a lot about immaturity and mistakes. It is a very very hard situation. Please don’t look at me as crazy but take it as a hypothetical situation. In order to understand it (cause I admit it is so out there) you will have to read it bit by bit slowly and carefully. Thanks 🙂
    THIS GUY ENDS UP HAVING THE SAME DREAM BTW. SO HE SEES IT S TRUTH ND FINALLY BELIEVES IT

  37. im trying to figure out what it is i want to do with my life, career wise. ive been through so many jobs and career choices but i still cant find the work that im passionate about. i dont want another job i hate. i want to get up every morning excited to go to work.
    if you have that job, how did you find it? did you always know what you wanted to do? if you didnt, how did you figure it out?
    ive spent so long trying to figure it out for myself, trying different jobs, studying different courses, researching careers, making lists of things i like or am good at etc.. nothing has worked.
    right now i am a stay at home mother to a 9 month old, my husband supports us financially so i have the perfect opportunity to figure out what i want to do and start working towards it.. if only i could find what that is! can anyone suggest how i find it?
    thanks drmark.. but it didnt really answer my question. i want to know HOW you all decided what the job of your dreams was, not just what that happens to be for you. also it doesnt matter if a job is ‘easy’ or not, as long as its the right job.

  38. I have three job choices in mind, but I’m finding it hard to rank them into 1st 2nd 3rd. My question is if you are offered your first choice, but by that time something has changed your mind, can you reject it and be offered your 2nd? Lets say if you were a perfect candidate and the regiments/corps of your three jobs wanted you to join them, how much scope do you have to reject or pick your choices?

    I’ve been going over my BARB tests and have been scoring 80, obviously will be lower due to time etc during the actual test. I have decent grades and a university degree, but my grades are not good enough for officer so I’m going the soldier route.

    My main job choices are:

    Parachute regiment – Top physical challenge in army, being part of the best
    Royal Military police – Will help me with career after army
    1 Royal Irish R – What would be my local Reg and would still be eligible for p company

  39. So far, I’ve been eliminating things I *don’t* want to do (after thinking I do want to do them, then actually getting the job and finding out I dislike that choice of work). But I can’t seem to figure out what I *do* want to do. I have a college degree, but I’ve discovered that I don’t like working in that industry.

    Any tips for finding out my ‘dream job’?

  40. So far, I’ve been eliminating things I *don’t* want to do (after thinking I do want to do them, then actually getting the job and finding out I dislike that choice of work). But I can’t seem to figure out what I *do* want to do. I have a college degree, but I’ve discovered that I don’t like working in that industry.

    Any tips for finding out my ‘dream job’?

  41. Hi.

    Is a business statistics course considered equivalent as a

    regular statistics course in college?

    In other words, if a student wants to earn a bachelor’s degree

    in business and the school that he is enrolled in requires him

    to take a business statistics course, would he meet that requirement

    if he took a regular math statistics course and not a business

    statistics course? Have a nice day.

  42. I am doing a research paper in which I am going to discuss E-commerce and internet businesses versus anti-internet businesses only that is not a real word. So please DON’T give me an obvious and idiotic answer like “business.” I am looking for businesses that do/can not use the internet to greatly benefit themselves. THANK YOU!!
    THANK YOU, AFTER DOING SOME WORK I REMEMBERED BRICK-AND-MORTAR BUSINESSES.

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