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Choosing a career is not a simple thing and it demands careful consideration because of the great importance of your choice. For that reason, you should realistically consider your abilities and how you can make use of them. You should also ask yourself a question if you are suitable for it and how much you know about the reality of your future job. You should also find out if you are expected to possess certain qualities needed for the job or whether you will be able to reveal and develop these qualities in the process of training and education. As a matter of fact, many of us are still on the fantasy level about the future jobs, for there is a great difference between the career aspirations and the real world of work. We neglect the fact that every job has a share of drudgery and boredom about it. That’s why you’d better think about all pros and cons so as not to regret your decision to follow this or that career afterwards. Actually, it’s not a pleasant thing to stay all your life in the job which you don’t like. And certainly, it’s always nice being well paid for what you enjoy doing.

I made my final choice when I was in my last year at school. Before that I had asked myself a lot of times what I wanted to do when I left school. A few years ago, it was difficult to give a definite answer as I changed my mind too often. One day I wanted to be a film director, the next day I thought there was no better job than that of a journalist. My father suggested that I should study humanities at a more profound level than I was expected to do them at school. And his arguments were convincing.

There is no doubt that learning even one foreign language is a hard job. That’s why quite a number of people lose heart and give up even though they understand the importance of foreign languages in the modem fast moving world. It’s evident that those who speak foreign languages have many more job opportunities as all sorts of diplomatic, business and cultural contacts involve the use of foreign languages. English is the major language of communication in such areas as science, computer technology, mass entertainment and international tourism. I find any of these jobs interesting and attractive.

I understand that once you have chosen this profession you must be prepared to work really hard and systematically. I also realise that it is difficult to learn to communicate in a foreign language if you are not a sociable and easy-going person.

Even I still don’t know exactly what practical use I’ll make of foreign languages in future, it may be either teaching or interpreting or journalism, but I am definitely sure that after graduating from the University I will become an educated person, and it will be easy to find a good, interesting and well-paid job for me.