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Have you been asked this question yet by your parents or other family members: “So what are you planning to do with your life?” If you have, and you’re like most of us, your typical answer is some sort of mumbled response. And that’s okay; it’s a scary question, especially for a teen. Imagine the idea of having to choose just one thing to do for the rest of your life! Heck, it’s a scary question to ask someone of almost any age. You might not be aware of this fact, but people of all ages struggle with career planning, and a lot of people choose a career for all the wrong reasons. For example, some people choose their career based on family pressure to do so, while others do it for the expected financial rewards. Your goal should be choosing a career for the right reason—because it’s something you are passionate about, something you can see yourself doing for a long time.

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