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The helping profession;Is all about having the passion?

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Would you agree that one of the biggest goals is to have a career in a field where you are helping others and at the same time you will enjoy doing your job not only working somewhere just to make money but rather to have a career that you have a passion for it? Why or why not

Is having a career is not only about making money but also to have the ability to change someone life?

What would you say to someone if they told you that their purpose or goal is to earn a master's degree and share their knowledge to others and give back to the communities? Would you consider this is a worthy cause for that individual?

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Hello,

Anyone in the field of social services (e.g. psychology, counseling, case management, sociology etc.) has most likely been told at least once that this isn't the field for you if you're looking to make a lot of money. This isn't to say that it is impossible to earn a large paycheck in the field of social services, particularly if you obtain a PhD; however, it typically does not pay as much as other fields such as business and marketing, computer technology, and medicine. Although we live in a time when a high salary is necessary to live a comfortable life, it is true that money isn't everything.

As a professional in the field of social services, I can tell you that it is almost impossible to grow in a career that you aren't passionate about. I agree that one's biggest goal ...

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This solution address the importance of being passionate about your career as opposed to just having a desire to make money.

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