Also, people who want to take care of people and can’t stand doing work that doesn’t relate to that should probably be parents.There are very few jobs that are truly just taking care of people. So you may as well do it for your own family, where the pay is not so important.It’s ridiculous that we don’t think of taking care of a family as a career path. Just like earning a shit-load of money is a good career path for other people.In fact, those two types of people should marry each other. Here’s one: Kid Rock was trying to figure out how to compete with free downloads and he wanted to release an album with a cover that had a picture of someone snorting cocaine off the cover of a CD and the title would be You Can’t Do This On An MP3. I’d buy the CD even though I don’t have a record player.If you do that, it’s highly likely that you’re going to paint yourself into a place where you’ll never be able to get the challenging work you want. unchallenging work now / staying at jobs you’d prefer to leave so that you have a chance at challenging work later b.
Basically, if I am not presented with a daily challenge (a challenge which I believe is challenging), I get bored very, very, very, easily! I prefer highly challenging positions in which I work alone or with one to two other people.
I have short work histories with previous employers (10 or more in 7 years).