Choosing the right job can be quite unchallenging because this is how you prepare yourself for better things to come ahead in life. When I was younger in my teens, I would jump from job to job, until I got married and eventually ended up joining the US Navy. Choosing a major may be a tricky one because you really don’t know if it may follow-up to the right or perfect career as you wanted it. Picking the best career is a tough choice to make these days. There are so many choices, so many different aspects to consider. Money, the job setting, and how a specific job will affect family life. Growing up I thought about many different options, such as being a professional, specifically a marine-biologist, becoming a soccer star, and owning my own bar-club, can show the different areas I have thought about doing. For the time being though I am fairly certain on my current decision to major in Art and becoming a graphic artist. In the future, I also hope to one day own my own place, either a studio or a production company.
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Becoming a graphic artist not always was appealing to me. Over the years, after my teens and during my 14-year career in the navy, I did so much work in the business/customer service related field. That it made me so fluent on them but yet at the same time in a way, boring. Art was and will always be in my mind and deep in my heart. My late grand-father was an artist in Guadalajara, Mexico. And I believe that is why all of us Plata’s (family name) always finds the field of art a major role in our lives. During my high school experience, many must have thought that I was going to go onto college and immediately major in art. Times were tough back then for me because I was indecisive about going to college in the first place. I ended up going to CSU Dominguez Hills, but I only attended one semester. After several years and so many jobs or fields of work while and during...