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Does Your Career Let You Do Some Good In The World?

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We all have those moments where we feel sick and tired of our jobs. Those days where you want nothing more 
than to just stick your head under the covers and stay in bed all day rather than go to work. Of course, most of the 
time those days pass, and you're able to get on with your life. However, there are those periods where that feeling 
seems to stick around no matter what you do. When you start to feel that way, it might be a sign that you need to 
start looking around for something new. Of course, the last thing you want is to end up going through the same 
pattern over and over again. If you're looking for a job that can help you feel more fulfilled, why not think about doing 
something with your life that can allow you to actually help people and really make a difference in their lives?

Medicine

One of the most common reasons that a lot of people tend to shy away from a career in medicine is because they 
assume that they'll need a great deal of training and education to even find themselves on the bottom rung of the 
career ladder. However, that's not always the case. You don't have to be a doctor to work in medicine and help to 
save lives. Nursing is always an option and, while it requires a great deal of training, it's nowhere near the 
commitment of time and money required to become a doctor. Not only that but there are plenty of career 
opportunities outside of these more obvious paths such as medical assistants and occupational therapists, many 
of which require little to no experience.

Education

There are few more worthwhile career paths than that of guiding the generation of tomorrow into the future and 
helping them become well rounded, intelligent adult. There are plenty of different ways to get into a career in 
education. Whether it’s teacher training or an online masters in school counseling, you will almost certainly need 
to do some specific training. However, it’s the kind of career that often makes all of the hard work that you put in 
worth it through just how fulfilling it can be.

Charities

Charities are a fantastic place to look if you want a career where you feel like you're actually making a difference in 
the world. Not only that but most nonprofits are such multifaceted organizations that there are roles in them for just 
about anyone, no matter what your skill set it. If you've got a brain for numbers, you can work on the accounting 
side, or if you're more of a people person, then you might be better suited to the fundraising element of it. Even if 
you don't want to dedicate all of your time to this kind of career, there are plenty of volunteering opportunities 
available to you.

Of course, these are just a few examples of the kinds of careers that you might want to try for yourself. In reality, 
there are hundreds of different options out there for someone looking to both find a career that they really love, 
and to try and do some good at the same time.

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