After you’re leaving your College, you may find limited opportunities to get a job that can suit your profile or your education but the right career is out there for everyone. You need to do lot of research about yourself first to realize your strengths, and acquire new skills, as well as master the courage to make a change, you can discover the career that’s right for you.
Like many you may also think that the sole point of going for a job is to bring home enough money to live comfortably. But it’s not the whole and true story, for the first few months you may enjoy the money but slowly fatigue will take over you, and you will start getting bored as this is not the job you wanted, and you are not satisfied. If you are unsatisfied with what you do every day, it takes a toll on your physical and mental health. You may feel burned out and frustrated, anxious, depressed, or unable to enjoy time at home knowing another workday is ahead. What’s more, if you don’t find your work meaningful and rewarding, it’s hard to keep the momentum going to advance in your career. You are more likely to be successful in a career that you feel passionate about.