Academic and Career Goals
Sometimes it seems like life is inhibiting me from achieving my goals. I define my objectives as I see them. I associate them with my values. Knowing that the task at hand is essential to realizing my dreams, but I am unable to do it. I have thought about other ways to get around the problem, I keep getting back to the talent I’m missing. Accomplishing a new ability might feel like a huge undertaking. It’s been my experience that if a talent is necessary in getting closer to achieving my dreams, education is not a bad thing after all. I begin on an excursion to take the first of many steps gaining enlightenment while pursuing my academic and career goals. Furthermore, education is the most important aspect in people’s lives. It is becoming even more important than it has been in the past. In today's society, education is essential in order to be successful economically and socially. The benefits of education are boundless. I believe the stages from elementary to high school; students are getting an inadequate amount of education. Furthermore, education is a mandatory process. Individuals who continue their education in colleges and universities will become more experienced meanwhile increasing their chances of getting a well-paid job.
In essence the desire to return back to school has been a dream for a long time. I have had to start a little later in life but I have finally found my passion in graphic design. Since becoming a young adult, I have had to work multiple jobs and mentally trapped in a state of barely surviving; I needed to have an encouraging transformation that would allow me to achieve a better financial steadiness. My reasons for returning back to school are much more than becoming a graphic designer; having the instability of a lower income was extremely pertinent for my self-worth. I
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