How will those who do not attend college, or who end up not finishing college, make a connection to jobs that offer a genuine career path: that is, reasonably stable paychecks, building skills and responsibilities over time, wage raises, and health care and retirement benefits? The most popular answer is that public policy should encourage more of these students should attend college, but I’m skeptical about that answer. Before getting a good job, everyone needs to try many other jobs. To me, one of the best moments to try initial careers is student time. Indeed, this is the best period in human’s life to absorb knowledge and get experience. For some reasons, I think students should take a part-time job. In my opinion, part-time jobs have a lot of advantages. To begin with, they help us become independent and responsible, so if you do not want to live off your parents the whole life, looking for a temporary job is the best option. Furthermore, due to part-time jobs youngsters can learn how to cooperate and get along with people. On the other hand, part-time jobs are often criticized because they distract students from studying. I would say that working at a part-time job is a great experience because it helps people realize that money does not grow on trees.
Introverts can even be exhibitionists! It’s surprising how many performers (dancers, singers, actors) are introverts in their ordinary lives. On stage, they come out of their shell and become a completely different person. For this kind of introvert, performing is an important and necessary release.
Businesses outsource not only contact centers but also data processing work and administrative operations. So there comes the need of professionals that will do official work that may include creating reports, preparing spreadsheets of daily sales, data entry in a particular software etc.
I can almost hear the objections now. I’ve seen the suggestion that people just don’t try hard enough to stay clean and well groomed. But ponder this – do you honestly think that you could show up to a job interview with a tidy haircut, a pressed suit and tie, shined shoes, a shower fresh smell and a clean shave without a barber, a bathroom, an iron and a closet? For women it’s also complicated by social requirements to wear make-up to an interview.
I also encountered teens living on the street whose problem stemmed from other religious differences. Some teens and young adults I met suffered homelessness because they were somehow at odds with their parents’ beliefs. In one case, the teenager had converted to Christianity from Islam, in another a teen was suspected of engaging in pre-marital sex which was in conflict with her parents’ religious beliefs. A number of Pagan teens that I met were expelled from their Christian homes.
Orthodontists often have a fairly high cost of operation – meaning that they’ve got to pay for staff, equipment, and a number of other things. Has anyone done their Admin. Assistant program? I would like to give it a try but haven’t heard anything on it. Thanks in advance.