Essay On Interest

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Interest has many meanings in everyday usage (Benedict, 2001; Savickas, 1999; Spacks, 1995), many of them too vague. There are many meanings of interest that is used in our everyday lives. When someone talks of a thing they like, they’re interested in it. Interesting can also be used as sarcasm, when someone is bored of the topic at hand or it could be used as a word you say when you don’t know what else to say and was trying to be polite. Moreover, interest is also used when person wants or cares about something—for example, “I’m not interested in doing nothing today”—which meant that the person wants to do something productive for the day. Interest is also a synonym for liking something, being curious about something and giving it utmost importance and attention. The word interest is also used…show more content…
This means that people wonder what might happen if they had or had not done a certain thing. It is connected to this study for students often daydream about what they want to be when they grow up. Especially when they were kids, Where they were asked by different teachers the same question. “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
As a kid, you don’t realize the vast variations of different professions in the world of adults. The most common answers are a teacher, an astronaut, a doctor, a nurse, a chef, a steward/ess, to name a few. No one answers that they want to be a CEO someday, or an accountant or an office worker. As they grow up, that’s when they are introduced to the different jobs they can take aside from the common ones they learned as a kid. But there are some of those who have carried their dream and passion as they grew. Those who have always aspire to be a teacher or a doctor. Those who have stayed determined until the end. Those who have always known what they were supposed to
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