How to Get What You Want in Life/confused


Hi. Sir.    I am a student of 12 th Std or in high school. I am confused about choosing my carrier.
I want to join Engeenering or navy so which should I choose


Blame your confusion on ALL of us. People did not want a simple and easy life free of choices. We wanted LOTS of choices. So now that we have got them, we are all totally confused. Too-many-choices!!

Engineering is a great career to go into. You can become part of the Navy to learn a trade, and your time in the navy will pay for you go to college after wards and get your degree in engineering.

As for employment, engineers have two employers;

1. Private industry. You will work long hours and work holidays and weekends. The money is great, but your entire life is the job. If this is for you, then seek employment in the field of businesses.

2. Government. You still make good money, but you also receive long-term employment with amazing benefits. And your hours? Monday-Friday, usually 8 to 5 pm. Never weekends, never holidays, never over time. You have a mix of career and a personal life.

My office was next to the engineering department for 25 years in a local government. I would see engineers quit; to go to private industry for more money, only to come back 3 months later because they LIKED the 40-hour work week that the government offered. Money is good, but you need to have a life, too.

Much success in your life and career.

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David Dickeson, A.S.


Since age 13, I have always know what I wanted in life. And with persistance, time, patience, determination, stubbornness, and WRITING DOWN exactly what I wanted in life, I have achieved almost everything I wanted in life. Knowing EXACTLY what you want in life changes everything! You have direction, purpose, and are excited about each day. Other people can 'advise' you, but YOU decide what you want your life to be!


I retired at age 60. So I sat down to write down the next 60 years of my life. Now I am age 62. Does NOT include going to McDonald's at 7 AM and demanding a free cup of "Senior Coffee." I do not need coffee to live. I have exercising.

I have an Associate of Science Degree in General Busines

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