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Should career be chosen on the basis of income?

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need to find one that will keep a roof over your head and food in your belly along with other basic needs

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Not solely but consider interest too.

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Career should be chosen on the basis of interest, passion and where your strength lies. When you do something out of passion you would do it at your level best thus making a good investment out of it. The matter of income also does play a major factor when it comes to choosing a career.

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They published a book 20 years ago , called " Do what you love , and the money will follow " - so true ......... STILL - IMO

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for example if a person is interested in being a tour guide, then no matter how hard he works, he wont receive good income!!...
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Career should be chosen based on your interest and talent not on basis of income

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but what if we dont earn much?? and low income wont satisfy needs and demands of the family in future!
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try using iseek.org and do a skills assessment. it will tell you what careers you would be best suited for in order of most income and tabs sort it by education level. make a list of what careers you think you enjoy and research what actual employers are hiring for in your area for that career position. I use craigslist to reference realistic income rates. iseek tends too be incorrect on salary

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Making money is great but being happy with what you do is Greater!

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