Worried about my future career
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I'm Scared of the Future and "The UNKNOWN" - Here's A Quick Anxiety Tip!
I Love My Major, But Am Scared For My Future Career
I heard the above lament at a recent workshop of experienced professionals, and it neatly encapsulates one common mistake that job seekers make. Too many aspiring job seekers put off making a change because they are worried about choosing the wrong next job — even when the current job is itself a wrong fit. The status quo might be bad, but the unknown future could be even worse! Unfortunately, this fear of making the wrong decision is also a decision i. The energy you fritter away worrying is energy that could be better used on job search activity. The delay in moving forward is time you will never get back.
I t's a feeling that starts as a knot in your stomach and and rises through your body, stopping in a lump at the back of your throat.
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Being in college is all about preparing students for their future career. Some people, including myself, have no doubt found the right field to go into. For me, special education is where I belong and will always be passionate about. But this doesn't mean I don't worry about all the responsibilities I will have. Thinking about that future job brings a lot of mixed emotions, even if it is a couple years down the road. Sometimes I want to fast forward time and have that job I will spend four years preparing myself for. While at the same time, I question myself if I will have actually learned everything I need to, so that I'm ready for what my job expects of me.