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"Most people choose a career on the basis of such pragmatic consideration as the needs of the economy, the relative ease of finding a job, and the salary they can expect to make, Hardly anyone is free to choose a career based on his or her natural talents or interest in a particular kind of work."
Money makes the world go round. There has been a further devaluation of university degree and increasingly higher rate of unemployment over the past ten years. People therefore tend to seek a high-paying job by choose a career based on promising consideration rather than natural talents. I incline to the view that people should choose a career accounting for talent-match to achieve the privileges of a job.
- Apr 08 Fri 2011 07:47
Rule 1: one issue or one argument per day.
Rule 2: keep reading journal articles and simulating my debating skills when reading papers.