Essay About My Career Story

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My Career Story Told 24 years ago, I was unlucky to be involved in a five-car road accident that left seven people injured, I being the most injured. It left me in shock initially since I did not know how much the accident had affected me. I was seated in the back seat when it all happened, and I thought, “Why not get out and give a hand to the others.” With my experience in the medical field from working as a Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Technician, I thought I could lend a helping hand. Summoning all my energy, I tried to get out of the car but I could not move. I felt a sharp pain through my chest and I blacked out, I can barely remember what happened thereafter. What I can recollect from the hours that followed is that the company…show more content…
But I was not in luck as the instruments that I had mastery in (Keyboard and trumpet) needed fine finger control which I had lost due to the accident. I was in search of something that I’d do to be…show more content…
I thought to myself, "Why not give it a shot? Even if I fail, I can say that at least I tried." The course took me seven months and I graduated from the school with flying colours setting the highest records the school had ever seen. That 's how I got my name on the school 's wall of excellence. The Job Search Now began the much dreaded job search. A search that saw me send out my CV and audition tapes to several employers with no success. It was discouraging to the extent that I almost gave up. Just as I was about to throw in the towel, I got a call from the school 's placement director, informing me that there was a vacancy at a radio station for the post of a news production assistant. I knew I wasn 't going to land the job, but I knew that the interview would be a great learning experience. The Interview that Changed
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