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【就业导航】不要让你的事业远离你的梦想  

2012-03-29 10:48:01|  分类: 就业导航 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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您有没有想过,如何去选择自己的事业?
您有没有想过,在选择自己的事业上,什么才是最重要的?
在选择自己的事业时,你是否忘记了最初的梦想?
如果你还在前进的路上犹豫不决,
如果你还在对自己的未来倍感迷茫,
那么请仔细阅读这篇文章吧!
或许,从中你会受益匪浅,找到自己要走的路,知道自己想要的未来,从而清楚自己应该为之奋斗的事业!

【就业导航】不要让你的事业远离你的梦想 - 华工机汽研究生博客 - 华南理工大学机械与汽车工程学院研究生

 

1. What's Important in Choosing Your Career

There are many different criteria that people use in choosing a certain job or career--security, recognition, power, life purpose, and others. If you happen to be in serious financial difficulty or on the edge of being out on the street, you choose a job for survival reason--whatever will pay the bills. Most people choose a career partly for the financial security it can provide or the enhanced standard of living. These choices are completely valid, but people often find that if they stay in a job that pays well but doesn't provide anything else, they end up disappointed and frustrated. They also need work that is enjoyable and challenging. Be careful that you don't get used to a high paying job and a pricey standard of living which then rules out career choices that would be more satisfying.
        Many people choose careers for the rewards they bring. In some job situations you may be recognized and admired for your talents and achievements. Other career choices may lead to considerable status and power and the satisfaction that comes from "playing in the big leagues." These rewards can be important in helping you to develop your sense of self-worth. However, a job must provide more than just these external rewards or you will probably end up feeling bored or restless.
        It is important to find a job that is intrinsically satisfying as well as rewarding. You want the work to be enjoyable and interesting for its own sake. Some people also value work that allows them to make meaningful connections with other people or to belong to a friendly group in the work situation. Others value work that allows them to be in situations that are enjoyable--being in nature, performing, working with teams, traveling, etc.  

Even though your work is enjoyable, you may eventually want more. Most people find that they want work that involves challenges and new learning, that uses their initiative and talent as much as possible. For greater satisfaction, you want a job that engages your creativity and uses your unique talents, personal strengths, and special qualities--those things that are your particular gifts to the world.
        Sounds pretty good, huh? But for some of us, even this isn't enough. Ultimately we want our work to be meaningful. We want it to contribute to something larger than ourselves. If the work only takes care of me (and my family), it may not feel truly meaningful. Therefore we become interested in the effects of our work on other people and the world. We refuse to engage in work that is destructive or that violates our values. For those of us who have the opportunity, we want to go even further, to do work that is actively aligned with our deeper values and makes a contribution to other people or to the world in some way. This might be a contribution to a cause, to society, to art or knowledge or Spirit.
        Ideally your career will be your unique contribution, one that reflects your mission, your ultimate purpose in life. This is what makes work deeply meaningful. And of course, the work should also be enjoyable, challenging, and creative. Your life purpose career should integrate both sides of yourself--personal fulfillment and contribution to something larger. 


 2. Dream Career

So what's your "dream" career?  Almost everyone has one, from the little boy who wants to be a fireman when he grows up, to the pretty young lady who dreams of being an actress, to the middle-aged man who's always wanted to own his own restaurant.

It doesn't matter what your dream career is--almost anything is possible if you want it bad enough and you're willing to do anything to get there.  But there are some things you need to consider when choosing a new career. Potential income is just one of them.  What's just as important is choosing something you're passionate about, something that fits your values and that you love to do. There's an old saying that if you do something you love, the money will follow. 

Now that doesn't mean you should choose a future occupation that has little or no income potential--like, say, a career as a graffiti artist--but you also shouldn't base your decision on money alone. Many people have chosen to leave high-paying corporate jobs in order to pursue careers that pay less but they find more fulfilling.  

And of course you have your family to consider when deciding on your dream career.  As you make your transition into a new occupation, you'll still have bills to pay and other financial obligations.  There will probably be bumps in the road on your path, and a few false starts along the way, and you'll want to make sure your family supports your decision.  

But once you decide on a new career path, and you have everything in place, go for it!  Nothing beats the feeling of taking a risk, doing something positive in your life, and succeeding at it.  And even if you fail in your first attempt, don't give up. Most successful people failed many times before they finally reached their goals.  They just learned from their setbacks, made adjustments to their plan, and kept going.  So never, ever give up, and before you know it, you too will be working at the career of your dreams.

(整理/11硕  戴思泽)

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