When choosing a career, the compensation package shouldn’t be your only criteria. For long term career satisfaction, you should also consider your personal aspirations, skills, and natural talents. If you enjoy having an impact on the lives of others, we’ve compiled a few career categories that may work well for you.
As the future becomes the present, many women are finding that certain jobs and careers are starting to become obsolete. Some studies have suggested that as many as 40% of jobs will be lost to AI and automation, and there are some surprising jobs on the list too. However, that’s not the case for most legal careers.
There are many reasons that you choose certain careers. Perhaps the salary is your strongest motivator. It could be the lifestyle and prestige of a specific career field appeal to you. Or, maybe you want to make a difference and impact the lives of others.
Work-life balance is important. However, when you decide to work for yourself, you might be under the impression that you won’t be working long hours, that your stress levels will decrease and that you will have more time to spend with your nearest and dearest. But in the beginning that definitely won’t be the case. And it’s quite likely that initially, you’ll find yourself tired, feeling a little defeated and at risk of burnout.
Employees no longer want to work for a company just to get a paycheck. In fact, a recent survey by JUST capital found that nearly eight of 10 American workers would be willing to take lower pay if they felt that their company was “just.”