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Do you like or repent over your career choice?

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Now that you are few years into your career, do you think you are in your dream job? Or do you think you made a wrong decision?

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Definitely made the right choice ... I love working for myself and having the freedom to do what I decide, when I decide.
These days you can have so many different careers that there is always time to change. When I was at school, you couldn't even train for what I do because it's a online and the internet wasn't anything like it was today. I'm very happy with what I do, but also am aware that there may be technology not even created yet which may pave the way for my future career. You've just got to keep up with it!

I think I've made plenty of wrong decisions. There are some roles I was doing, but I am not doing them anymore. Life is constantly changing and in a state of flux. If someone told me eight months ago what I am doing now, I would have laughed in their face.
My job is purely as a freelancer for Weekend Notes. While I like the freedom this gives me, it does not earn much, and I may regret it later when trying to get an employed job, and not have any experience to show for.
I am in ministry...so it had taken about the first 38 years of my life, to get to here.
Been doing it now 22 years, and would never look back.
It's a job that doesn't pay....but I love it.
Every single position I held in the past has paved me for me to be where I am today. No regrets what so ever!
Always wanted to be a doctor and I'm one. Its a lot of struggle in my country, but its a satisfying job
It is important that we make the right career choice upfront. No point repenting later.
my career decisions have always put my family first which I dont in the end regret. I have one career decision that still bugs me to this day and I feel would have worked for the family if not for a few things that were important to some people at the time which now mean nothing. always wonder what would have happened if I'd taken a different path...or had the opportunity to do so
Think I've made the right choice for me
I had a 'brilliant career'! I consider I was extremely fortunate.
Certainly chose the right one, & concentrated getting that for 12 months' before leaving school.

Spent 45 years in similar work with different Companies', who were wonderful employers' in every aspect.

Don't regret Retiring, as now I can enjoy the 'fruits of my labours'!


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