Job vs Career
A student goes to school for the reason to better their education, but the real reason is to one day get a job. Anyone can get a job, but what if you want a career? A Job is flipping burgers at McDonalds. A career is something you want to do and enjoy doing. You like business? Well then Business Management is for you. If you like living paycheck to paycheck then retail might be for you. The Time and Money in a job and career are different also the Education and Training needed to attain your goal. So what do you have a Job or a Career? People think that getting a job and choosing a career is the same but there not. There different in terms of Salary, Time, Training, Education. So what is a job? And what is a career? “A job is a group of homogeneous tasks related by similarity of functions. When performed by an employee in an exchange for pay, a job consists of duties, responsibilities, and tasks (performance elements) that are defined and specific, and can be accomplished, quantified, measured, and rated. From a wider perspective, a job is synonymous with a role and includes the physical and social aspects of a work environment. Often, individuals identify themselves with their job or role and derive motivation from its uniqueness or usefulness.”(businessdictionary) So an example of what a job is would be like working in a restaurant or working in a department store. A Job in terms of how you spend your time isn’t really hard on the person, it’s for a short term. Generally speaking, standard working hours of countries worldwide are around 40 to 44 hours per week.(Wikipedia) Split up that’s 8 hours a day which isn’t making the person sacrifice anything for the tasks they are doing. All jobs require you to have some sort of education, and there are different levels of education. Such as less than high school, high school diploma, associates, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree. “The people who are just looking to have a job have education from...
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