Everyone’s Perfect Job

Scholarship Entrant: Mikaela from Mount Pleasant, Utah
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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The perfect job for everyone is something definitely not expected. It changes with each circumstance, each choice, and especially each person. The reason for this is because we’re all interested in different things. Being the unique individuals we are we all have something different to contribute, even if we have the same exact job as someone else. I have found from jobs I’ve had that the job you choose is important, but the key factor and most important thing to remember is your attitude in what you do. I do not know what specific field I’d like to go into, and I love so many different things. I know working with people is definitely something I’d love, but that is all I know for the present being. What I do later to make a difference in the world will be the choice I made for my job to become my dream job. I will have a smile for everyone I work with- employees and customers- and I will do things efficiently, even giving small and anonymous services to help others make their tasks a lighter load to carry. Finally, I will leave things a little bit better than the last person before me. Even if no one notices small things like this it will make a huge difference on whether I love my dream job or not, and that is what will change the world.

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