What Did You Want to be When You Grew Up?Feb 28, 2017
When we’re kids, it seems like we have a thousand ideas of what we want to be when we grow up. My younger sister would proudly declare a different career aspiration on any given day with the confidence of the young and…ignorant. On Monday, she was determined to be a Rockette, on Tuesday a submarine commander, Wednesday brought about an astronaut, Thursday introduced brain surgery, and by Friday, she was hell bent on becoming a vet.
The beauty of childhood dreams is that children are confident they can do anything (partly because we tell them so), and ignorant to the demands of the job, the skills and talents necessary to perform said job, and certainly what it means to do something you think you love in order to fund your life. Sometimes, the pursuit of money and the financial obligations we all face are enough to kill the love we had for a given pursuit or profession. It’s one thing to love animals. It’s another thing entirely to commit to caring for them in order to survive. It’s a jungle out there, after all, and many of us get lost on our ventures.
That’s when it helps to have a buddy – a professional pal who knows the ropes, the shortcuts, and the way to go when you feel completely unsure where next to turn. Okay, so maybe you haven’t grown up yet, and who even knows what that really means. How can any of us prove that we’ve grown up? And, if we could, do we want to? No matter what, if you’re ready to find explore new terrain – namely, the available jobs in Claremont, NH, it’s time to call TPI Staffing.