When i grow up i want to be a vet. The reason why i want to be a vet is because when i had my first dog she was dying from a illness. And we could not take her to the vet. So if i’m a vet then i can save each and every animal in the world. Animals have always been apart of my life. when i’m sad they make me feel better.this is what i want to be when i grow up.
My career choices have changed through the years from mother and housewife through architect, accountant, or teacher, finally I have arrived at a computer career. The following is an idea of the path I have followed.
What I want to be When I Grow Up
Coming to the point of my current career choice has been a long road. My idea of what a career is or should be has changed with circumstances and age. According to Weintraub (2005), "the average worker spends only four years in a job….
What I Want To Be When I Grow Up
‘What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?’ Is A Typical Question That Most Elders Ask Their Children.In The Past Choosing A Proffesion Was Easy The People Used To Follow Their Ancestral Proffesion.But In Today’s Generation Selecting A Proffesion Is Not An Easy Task.Everybody Needs To Work Hard To Get A Proffesion Of His/Her Own Choice,And With Many Unemployed Students Everybody Has To Join The Rat Race.But For Me Being A Scientist Is The Only Goal Of My Life.
I was asked from the time I could talk “What do you want to be when you grow up.” My answers were always changing depending upon whatever new fad or hero I was into at that time…Nascar, Teenage Ninja Turtle, GI Joe, Fireman, Cowboy, Football player…it wasn’t somethin I seriously thought about at the time, except football, as to what I could make a living at doing or what would make me happy in the future…it was all about what made me happy at that moment…but then I started getting older and the question….
Ever since I was small, people always ask me "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I used crayons to illustrate my dream career. My drawing was hung in the hallways for my parents to see. I remember the typical careers of my kindergarden class- ballerinas, firefighters, singers, and astronauts.
I remembered mine. My picture showed a stick figure with black hair holding a mic. Underneath the beautiful drawing, I wrote "When I grow up, I want to be a singer." To this day I can still remember….
What I Want To Be When I Grow Up
“What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?”
We are usually asked this question very early in life: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s one of the biggest questions asked of children, from toddlers to teenagers. It’s always asked to help encourage kids to think of their future. After all, how many children really know what they want to do with the rest of their lives? Oh yeah, there are those lucky few who have a special calling. Many kids will say they….
My Goal in Life
At the age of 8 we change our minds about what we want to do when we grow up about every week. At the 18 and a few months away from graduating some of us still don’t know what we want to do or where we want to go in life. Excluding all of those soon to be high school graduates, I already know what I want to do after high and know where I want to go. Since the age of 10, I’ve always dreamt of being a police officer. I cant see myself doing anything other than patrolling the streets….
early in life: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is one of the most popular questions asked by your parents or relatives. Parents usually ask this question to their children to encourage their kids about their future. It seems like an easy question, but its not. Not many children know what they want to be when they grow up. Many of us say those careers that we think are the most popular such as; police officer, firefighter, nurse, teacher, or a doctor. I can remember when my parents would….
"When I grow up I want to be a little boy."
Joseph Heller, Something Happened, 1974
We are raised in a selfinflicted state of foreword thinking. A sufficient number of selfhelp
books and talk shows have addressed that, in order to live a happy life, we have to live in the
now. But, how can we, when the future is so superimposed in our minds, that it is like an
everpresent humidity? Suffocating and impossible to avoid.
We reminisce over our youth, those sunshine years, with not a care in the world; why….
When I Grow Up
I have always had a difficult time with the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" There are too many things that grab and hold my interest, for a little while at least. I have always known that I wanted to go to college, why I didn't do so immediately after high school is a mystery to me but, I'm finally here and I intend to get every possible thing out of it that I can. I know it's not necessary to decide on a specific degree tract freshman year but let's face facts;….
I remember when I was just a little girl, about the age of twelve, when I went to the Bedford Stadium and hundreds of people were scattered in the stands and at half time the announcer started to announce a bunch of girls names. I looked down to see a bunch of girls in long dresses march down the field with what seemed to be prince charming on their arms. After a while they all were down the field and the stadium would get quiet, and then the announcer would scream out a name and….