Job vs. Career
A student usually goes to school for the reason to increase their knowledge, but the main cause is to eventually get a job. Anybody can get a job if they want; now what if you want a career? A job is working the cashier at Old Navy, a career is something you want to do and enjoy doing, and the most impressive part is getting paid to do something you enjoy doing. You like taking out the trash? Maybe a career in waste management is the way to go. If you want to live paycheck to paycheck until you’re 76 then work retail. The, duration and earnings between a job and career are very different as well as the education or training required to reach your ultimate goal.
The length of time will be spent will differ between a job and a career. A career is usually long term. A job is more for daily life, a way to support one's self but, maybe not what one wants as the path of action for their life. A job is a way to make ends meet, a way to pay for schooling or living accommodations. A job is not a long term commitment; it’s a way to put some money in your pockets, a way to get by in life for the short term. A career is something you build throughout your lifetime, a series of jobs that can eventually lead to a career if you make well thought-out decisions to help you push yourself further in order to achieve career status.
A job will pay a person enough where, they have to keep working in order to sustain a steady income. A certain job might pay more than a career choice would, but to be able to do something that you enjoy doing while taking a mini pay cut shouldn’t defer one from taking more money for increased boredom. With a job you could be working your rear off and producing the best results of any employee; at the end of the day you’re still making $9.75 an hour. With a career, whatever your work output produces will play a major part in what you will earn. The harder and more efficient you work the better chance to further yourself in the career...