The Lessons Learned in My Career and My Future Aspirarions

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The Lessons Learned in My Career and My future Aspirations

In last several decades, people can see constantly development of technology. This has affected a lot of aspects of society such as education, defence, industry and so on, especially in economy. The development of economy goes a long side with the development of technology that create a number of jobs for people. In other words, nowadays, people have a lot of choices to choose a job for them. Although many people want to work in financial areas, others prefer to work in medical cares, I choose the military as my career. The purpose of this essay is to give you information about lessons I have learned during my career and aspirations that I want to achieve in the future.

First of all, I would like to tell you lessons learned in my career. First I will give you some information about my background to help you understand my story. I joined the army in 1995 after passing entrance-university exam. I was happy about that, and my parents were very proud of me, because it was not easy to pass the exam. I studied in 1st army officer training school for 5 years, from 1995 to 2000. After graduating from the school, I became an officer. Because I have good result, the school gave me a chance to work there. I am a platoon commander from 2000 to 2005. From 2005 to 2007 I am a company commander, and I became an instructor from 2007 up to now.

I have had a lot of lessons in my career, and the first lesson came from early days I was in military in 1995. At that time, everything in the armed forces was very strange to me. We learned a lot of things from simple ones like making bed and folding blankets to difficult ones such as using weapons and hiding landmines. My first lesson came from a simple one which was folding the blanket. After getting up, we had to fold blankets, we had to make them looked like bricks. It took us about twenty minutes to do that. I did not have enough time to do that, because I usually...
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