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Do what you love

Teens are focusing more and more on careers where they would love going to work every day. Most feel if they can love what they do, they will never feel like they are working. An encouraging trend is that their parents are allowing them to choose the thing they love rather than forcing them into a career because of job vacancy rates.

The wisdom in both the student and parent point of view is that job vacancy rates change dramatically and students who are majoring in what they love are more likely to graduate from college and find employment.

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