Currently, I have been a plumber for the past 14 years. Although, plumbing is something that I enjoy doing I often find myself being a listening ear for those who are struggling with this thing called life. Although, it would take a lot of schooling, sacrifices, sleep, and long time career, I believe in my heart that God has called me to be psychologist. My goal is to work in a prison and work with inmates, who have been through a bumpy period in their lives. I have been through a lot in my life my life and so I believe that I can identify with others feelings. I am emotionally sophisticated and intelligent and can usually single out up what other people feel and go through because I picture in my opinion in their shoes. I just love the idea of going to work every day and doing something I love: “helping others”. The positive aspects of the career are as follows:
* Rewarding working with individuals and their tribulations * Frequently get a chance to observe the outcome of my occupation * Professional settings for the majority of the business
* 9-5 work calendar, with litheness fixed for most
* Reasonably faithful work once recognized surrounded by the community * Association and networking with other professionals
* Bulky proficient association supports many desires
* Various field offering several diverse opportunities
My mission is to gain a larger indulgent of human beings and demonstrate essential inspiration and an enduring commitment to learning about human beings. This is including intellectual inquisitiveness and adventurousness, and an eagerness to brawl with complicated issues. Thessalonians 3:10-12: "If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat. For we hear that some among you walk in idleness, not busy at work but busybodies. Now such persons we command and encourage in the Lord Jesus Christ to do their own work quietly and to earn their own...