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来源:新东方英语 2005年6期 作者:By Laura M
  As a kid, you aspired to be a doctor, astronaut or princess. But as you get older, the innocent “What do you want to be when you grow up?”really starts to hit home.“I'm 20 years old,”you may want to say.“How am I supposed to know?”
  Whether you're just entering college or preparing for graduation, now'd the time to start thinking about your career. While no single article can tell you how to choose your occupational destiny, Donald Asher outlines some common career planning mistakes to avoid in his book How to Get Any Job with Any Major.
  
  Confusing what you'te good at with what you like to do.
  
  分不清擅长的和喜欢的
  
  You don誸 have to spend your life singing at weddings just because you have a silky voice. Nor do you have to become a chef because you have an uncanny gift with spices. To jump-start your career search, jot down two lists: one listing what you're good at, and one of things you love to do.
  Though it might require more soul searching, the list of what you enjoy is the most important. Why? Because if you enjoy doing something, you'll do it for more than just a regular paycheck. You'll do it more often, you'll invest in training, you誰l do it when it's difficult—you'll do it until you're good at it, and then some!
  
  Confusing avocations1) with vocations.
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