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Studio technician was not a job I could think of when I was in kindergarden. Studio technician was a job that came up while searching for a future career. There were three things I looked for in a career: economic support, job satisfaction ,and I also want to be well known. I feel I ask for very basic things that are just needed in this go-go world of ours.
In the american Heritage dictionary economic support is defined as financialy rewarding. This quailty is important to me because I do not want to live from pay-check to pay-check but I want to live a luxurious life with all the amenities money can aford. My whole life my parents have had two jobs, for the reason that they needed my brother and I to survive. The irony in it is that they had very few time to spend with us. I want to be supported by my job to the point where I can work and spend time with my kids and also so I can show my parent\'s that their hard work paid off.
In a report published in the New York Times it showed that 83% of all americans hate their jobs. After school I would sometimes go to my aunt\'s and uncle\'s house. I would witness them come in and say, "Ah the stupid machine broke and I had to repair it again." and "My back hurts so much from lifting the damn boxes." Continuos years of hearing these complaints made me realize how much I need to find myself a job where I can look forward to waking up every morning.
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