Choosing a Career: Factors to Consider

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  • Choosing a Career: Factors to Consider

    1. 1. Choosing a Career: Factorsto ConsiderBy Andrew Eckert
    2. 2. Important Decisionan incredible amount oftime will be spendworking in the chosencareer 40 hours a week adds up to about 87 days spent at work over the course of a year
    3. 3. HappinessDifferent types Long-term Short-termLong-term happiness is important in career decisions
    4. 4. Most Satisfying JobsClergyPhysical TherapistFirefighterSchool PrincipalArtist
    5. 5. Why Careers are Satisfying Helping others Fun Enjoyable Little Stress Little connection to salary
    6. 6. Money and Happiness“Money can’t buy happiness.”Studies show that money does not lead to morehappiness after $75,000 a year The only way money leads to happiness is by eliminating financial problems
    7. 7. Money and Short-TermHappinessMore toysFew financial problems
    8. 8. Advantages of Choosing aCareer Based on SalaryMore moneyEasier retirementLess financial stressPursuit of a hobby
    9. 9. Disadvantages of Choosinga Career Based on SalaryStress Medical Problems Relationship ProblemsMore spending Money is easier to spend when there is a lot of itMore time at work
    10. 10. Effects of Stress Headaches Baldness Teeth grinding Heart problems Decreased immunity Reduced life expectancy
    11. 11. Disadvantages of Choosing aCareer Based on Enjoyment Less money Longer retirement Fewer toys
    12. 12. Advantages of Choosing aCareer Based on Enjoyment Looking forward to going to work Less stress Job satisfaction Fun Happiness
    13. 13. Effects of Happiness Better health Less stress Longer life More fun
    14. 14. ConclusionMoney will not buy happinessThe stress from an unenjoyable and unsatisfying job isunhealthyHappiness has health benefitsMoney is not everythingMoney is not worth being unhappy
    15. 15. Works CitedCherry, K.. "Effects of Stress." American Institute of Stress. The American Institute of Stress, 2011. Web. 9 May 2012.Crumbley, Khaleef. "What to Look for When Choosing a Career." knsfinancial.com. Faithful With a Few, 2010. Web. 8 May 2012.Goleman, Daniel. "Stress and Isolation Tied to a Reduced Lifespan." New York Times 07 December 1993, n. pag. Web. 10 May. 2012.Hooper, Rowan. "Happiness is the Best Medicine." Wired. 18 April 2005: n. page. Web. 10 May. 2012.Luscombe, B. "Do We Need $75,000 a Year to Be Happy?." Time magazine. 06 09 2010: n. page. Web. 10 May. 2012.Strieber, Andrew. "Whistling While You Work: The 10 Most Satisfying Careers." Career Cast. Adicio inc, n.d. Web. 8 May 2012. *All photos taken from http://www.morguefile.com

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