The 25 year old company was no more and I was not only out of a job, career and inheritance but I did not have the education to keep myself employed at the same level. I have the technical skills to do my job well, l however I am missing the educational portion that I feel will be a long term benefit for not only myself but also my family. Finishing what I had started years ago is a critical component in my career success. Going back to school is somewhat outside that comfort zone for me. By now in life I have found that when I am in this uncomfortable zone this is where I most need to grow.
Having worked at PEMSA for 3 years, I have often times completed tasks not in my job description. Although I was able to complete those tasks, I feel that I was not paid accordingly. Furthermore, the assistant supervisor position is available since the worker has graduated. The former assistant supervisor earned 30% more than what I earned. I have often taken the leadership role just as the assistant supervisor has, but was not paid extra despite doing more work.
Personally, I plan to be successful. But honestly I never saw working and studying at the same time as my plan to success. Still, I felt the need to satisfy my dad’s desire for me to work, but at the same time I did not want to disappoint my mom. I mean, what if I did lose interest in school and just focused on getting money? Most importantly I wanted to be a successful psychologist.
For those that don’t pursue their calling, their purpose will pursue them for the rest of their life. Like myself, I started questioning everything I was doing, the reason for doing it and if it was meaningful, which lead me to pursue my calling. I remembered how unhappy I was when I was trying to identify my gifts and abilities, what career choices would be fulfilling and fitting to my desires. It was then, that I knew having the right career was one of the keys to my happiness. Doing what is purposeful bring satisfaction to my life.
It is an essential part to Americans all over the United States and this program was made for a reason and should still continue. If the social security benefits were cut, Americans would not longer survive financially. Social Security has been in effect for 75 years now, and has helped many retired workers and people with disabilities. It has been successful until recently when strategies predicted that the rate of payee is less than the rate of beneficiaries. Although, money will not come in fast enough to keep the program going, the solution is not to cut benefits or to shut it down.
Both told me everything they had gone through, of how hard it is to keep up when a beloved has passed away. I on the other hand, have this opportunity of an education, one that in will not let go that easily. I know that in life I might encounter problems in which I will learn to rise above them. It is possible for me to achieve the things my parents were not able to do when they were young due to the opportunities the United States offers. both of my parents are living , but even though my mother is not living with me in the United States , , I manage to keep on with life thanks to the help and support of my father.
I would never had made it to college if I gave up on education because my senior year I felt really lazy and I didn’t know what to... ... middle of paper ... ...tion is sometimes taken for granted because I feel like I don’t need to learn a certain subject in college but yet I need it to involve in the real world when getting a job. To me education is what prepares me for a career job the people who are hiring looked for the ones that are open minded and can easily work with their surroundings. Education is important in many ways it helps us become better people to be able to show academic skills learn throughout many years of school. I feel that when I’m looking for internships people look for my background and how experienced I am when it comes to programming. I think if I overachieve my education in computer science I could be able to be successful like Reyna Grande on how she was able to pursue her dream career as a writer.
In high school, he struggled to pass and felt that that next step in his education wasn’t necessary for him. My parent’s both deeply regret not finishing their schooling and, because of that ever since all of us kids were born, they instilled in us that it was important for us to go to college and succeed in a way that they never did. Even as a small child still in elementary school I would dream about what I thought college would be like for me and what I wanted to do with my life when I was older. Going to college was never an option for me, it was something I was going to make
There was familiarity which brought comfort and I was able to see my parents on a regular basis. I remember being a child and thinking about my future and thinking I was meant for greatness not because I was being trained for it, but because I always had this notion that in my heart I had good in it and I wanted to do nothing but good for mankind and help people. These thoughts of a child were premature and naïve as I grew older I allowed the world to change me unfortunately. My parents eventually gained custody of the two of us and we lived in our own home for 11-12 years before my parents had to sell the house. The purpose I once before was having my own family and being happy.
He didn’t have the option to go to college my mom and dad where getting ready to welcome their first kid into the world shortly after their high school graduation, so he had to go out find a job. There’s nothing wrong with what he did, but my dad and I both agree there’s better ways to go about making a life for yourself and possibly a family. That is why I feel a burden to get a college education, it’s almost like if I do what he didn’t have the choice to do, then it’s like he did it to. Because he pour his time and effort into raising us so whatever I do he’s a part of it. That might sound weird, but that is how I feel, attending your university would create a sense of accomplishment for my dad and I. It’s like the saying your choice whether good or bad have an effect on somebody every time.