Career choices or career development is hugely affected by factors in your environment because people are typically limited by what you see around you. What does that mean? When you were in kindergarten, you probably were asked what you wanted to be when you grew up. Most would have answered they wanted to become a teacher, a doctor, a nurse or an astronaut. Why? Because these are the typical ones they encounter at that time. Maybe the dad is a nurse, or they go to the doctor regularly. They probably watched a lot of TV shows where there are astronauts.
As we grow older, our choices widen as we experience more. In high school, some would probably now want to be painters, engineers, farmers and politicians. This is because our subjects then will expose us to various other career options. But then, our parents might go against us if we wanted to become someone involved in arts because most parents think that it is not a practical choice. That is another aspect--influence and control. Though we may have an inclination to do something, there are other factors at play. But for what it is worth, it is always good to pursue what you are passionate about regardless of what others say, including parents.
So if you are at the point when you have to select a career, look at and think carefully of your options as this is your life at stake. Broaden your horizon as well. Do research of what is available out there. What you know now might not be all--there is always something for you anyway.
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