Health care is a growing, exciting professional field of study and work. It has been predicted that in the "new economy," 3 out of 5 new jobs will be in the health care area. Integrating medical technology with the simple human touch, health care professionals serve around the clock, responding to the needs of millions of people—from newborns to very mature adults.
Stuffing tacos and burritos at Taco Bell is not exactly the best way to spend your spare time, but when you’re in high school there isn’t really a plethora of job opportunities available, especially for those under 18. I was thankful to be employed, but deep down inside I wanted more.
Change is pretty common in today’s career world. People seem to be moving around the career paths all of the time. As a social scientist, I am always curious about our various courses of action in our lives. All of us experience change on a day-to-day basis. Some of these changes are small, such as taking a detour on the way to work due to road construction. And some of these are a bit larger, such as changing directions in a career path.
Starting up a new business is great fun, exhausting, and overwhelming at times. A classic mistake made by many of us who have that entrepreneurial bent is to try to do too many things yourself.
Graphic design is tougher than it looks. It takes a lot of determination in learning the technical aspects before one can really thrive in the field of creativity. As a full time college student for almost two years, majoring in Graphic Imaging Design, I am just beginning to see the light of day from the intense comprehensive studies in publication design, print media, seven different design softwares, and multi-media and web.