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Knowing Your True Career Path

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      Have you felt unhappy in your current career path? Felt like, you are not supposed to be there? Felt like you don’t belong in the workplace? Felt like you never want to be like your co-workers? Then, you are in the wrong career.

      I know how it goes. You are sitting at your desk and you are looking at everyone, and while this is going on you feel unhappy. You don’t know why. But you are. I know how you feel. I have felt like that since I was seventeen when I started to work in the healthcare field. Don’t get me wrong, I love helping people. But not in the same way that others do. I cannot be a nurse, doctor, or technician for the rest of my life. I’m a bit different. I would rather help others  with my articles, blogs, or even recipes.

That’s why, I have decided to focus on my writing career. I have always felt happier when I’m writing. Felt better when I can write freely and still help others. At 23 years old, I am still young and this gives me a better chance to pursue my dreams as a writer, more specifically a medical writer. I still write my poetry, but I want to help others through my education in the healthcare field but with my writing skills. It’s hard to transition, but definitely worth it.

      I’ve learned that if you are unhappy with your career path, then it’s time to change your job. Do something that makes you happy. Do something that gets you excited in the morning. It’s worth it. It’s not worth being unhappy.

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