If you are wondering what to do with your life, and you are out picking up applications, you will want to visit places that you will want to work at. While you are out talking to perspective employers and your family about your new career they may give you the advice of “do what you love” and when they do you may wonder how this will help you.
You know you only want to do something that you like so that you are happy at work. However, this advice is supposed to help you find a job or career. When someone tells you to do what you love, they are really not helping you find a job, and they are only telling you not to do something you hate.
What you need is someone to help you find a job not for someone to give you advice on what to look for. When you give advice to someone about finding a career that will suit them the best, you want to make sure it is useful advice.
Giving the advice to someone looking for a new job that is so vague will not help them find a job in any way. You will need to give them advice on how to find a job. For example tell them how to dress for an interview. The person you are trying to help may not understand how to dress when they go out on an interview because they never had one. So you would want to tell them how dress and what to wear. You will want to help them learn how to act during an interview. Helpful advice will help them land the job and then they will be doing something they love because they only looked for a job they would like.
No matter what advice you’re given make sure it is useful. Only use the advice that will help you get a job that you love. If you do not feel like the advice you were give was right, then you will want to find different advice givers. Keep looking for the job and you will be able to find the right one for you. You can do it, and you will find the one that is right for you. Once you find the right job, you will stay with that job because you found something that you like.
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