topic: Some people think that people who choose a job early and keep doing it are more likely to get a satisfying career life than those who frequently change jobs. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Many people opt for a stable career path at their early years with intense conviction that this will lead to a more fulfilling working life than those who frequently change jobs. I completely agree with this point of view.
In my opinion, people who decide to seek only one job may find joy and fulfillment in their choice regardless of wealth, status, or even difficulties. They tend to treasure ethic, intellectual values rather than monetary ones and decide to work on the job that seems well-suited to them for a long time. Moreover, most of us already have a vague impression of our careers since we were young. This transforms into the driving force that motivate us to seek after the dream occupations. The great effort we make to get a job plus our huge passion for what we are doing make it hard to just give it up and search for a new one.
Form another perspective, settling down in only one career is extremely beneficial for us to build up critical working experiences, and as such quickly become an expert in our own field. It is literally impossible to succeed if we are not patient of our path. A telling example is Steve jobs and Bill Gates. When they were children, they had an intense passion for computer, then in their whole lives Steve and Bill just pursued that passion. The result, as we all see, is the birth of two leading technology corporation Apple and Microsoft. Besides, experiences in the job do help us get advancement opportunities along with high salary. Employers view us as a long-term investment so promoting us within the company might serve their best interests. This is because we know company policies throughout, have a relationship with co-workers, and understand clients’ needs.
In the nutshell, I firmly believe that people who always try to pursue their target and never give it up will assuredly get joy, satisfaction, and success in their lives.