What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

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When teachers asked that what it is you want to be when you grow up, most children do not respond with "a career in financial services". Like most children, I responded with reference to jobs that seemed fun at the time. My first choice was a typewriter and translator, second naturally a pianist, but the third and most important choice was a computer engineer because I like computer, typing, translating a work and playing piano. If I were a computer engineer, I will don't have much work. Computer engineers are engineering professionals who not only possesses the training of an electrical engineer, but also has certificates related to the field of computer science. The combination of the basic engineering skills that are the province of all engineers with an extensive knowledge of software design is very attractive in the business world today. Computer engineering involves many aspects of computer design, the creation of individual components for computer equipment, networking design, and integrating software options with the hardware that will drive the applications. Computer engineers can find work in such fields as telecommunications, transportation, and product development. Some of the common tasks associated with the computer engineer include software design that is customized for a particular industry type. I think it would be fun and easy.

If I were a typewriter and a translator, I will be zippy. Typewriters are people who type a work for customers. Translators are people who translate a work for customers. I will not have much work. But I will gain less money.

If I were a pianist, I will be happy. Pianists are people who play the piano to audiences and makes audiences happy. I will not be nervous. I will be joyful. But I will lost my money if I make a mistake in playing piano.

I don't want to be a designer, a writer and an artist...
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