Before Career day I wanted to be a surgeon, wanted to be a surgeon because I could help people and it is a nice, good paying job. I looked into being a surgeon and I found out by the time I have college and residence done I will be 30 years old. I am not interested in being 30 by the time I start my career, so I am looking into a long and lifetime career. Before Career day I thought it was easy to earn money if you worked hard enough and had a good job, I still believe that but now I know that is not easy to earn and save money. Before Career day I thought it was easy to save your money, but now I know it's harder than that.
I learned that child care and insurance costs a lot more than I thought it did. At the end of Career day I have more appreciation for my parents because they have both of these things for the safety of us, their children. I also learned that many people, excluding myself, needed a second job to pay of their essentials. I have more appreciation for my parents getting a good education so they didn’t need a second job and they could be at home more.
I learned that the job field i'm looking into, the medical field is a blooming business and a needed job for the future. I also learned that many medical jobs are a part of STEM and are going to be great jobs for our generation of education. What I took away from the whole thing was that our education matters and that it is needed to get a good job. I also took away that if we don’t get a good education that we will need a second job and that means less time with our families.
Facts About Me
I am a 8th grader at South Central Middle School. I show goats, and dairy feeders.
Here's my youtube Channel used for educational purposes.