What Career Are You Meant For?

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If you are like me, you have spent a lot of time wondering what your perfect career might be. You might have a career, or you may not, but you have probably wondered about it. If you have one and enjoy it, you probably think about it less than someone who hates their job.

If you are like most people, you think you have the perfect career on days you are having fun, and you wonder how you ever got there and where you might turn to find greener pastures on days when you are miserable.

Careers are strange things. Why do we spend so much time and effort on a career? Is it because we want to find meaning in our lives and do something rewarding? Or is it because we want to leave a legacy, a way for us to be remembered after we are gone?

Legacy is another interesting concept. Why would we care about what people think after we are gone? Do we believe that we will be affected by people’s thoughts about us after death? Or do we feel that we will somehow live on if someone thinks about us, and legacy is some form of life extension, a way to survive beyond the grave?

No matter what your reasons are for pursuing a career, even if it is only part time, we all share the desire to do something meaningful and we are all doing our best to live life to the fullest. We all do it in different ways, and some of those ways are more beneficial to humanity than others, but we are all trying our best with what we have been given.

Sometimes we find ourselves in tough situations, but we try anyway. In the end, we all end up the same, and all that is left is our legacy. Maybe this matters, and maybe it doesn’t, but since no one knows one way or the other…

What career did you get?

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These Are The 10 Jobs That Have The Most Psychopaths. Did Yours Make The List?

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Where can most psychopaths be found? The answer may surprise you, or maybe not, after you read up on the traits and behaviors that are most commonly associated with them. While not every psychopath fits the general description, the many medical and clinical studies done over the years on the topic have narrowed down the personality type to a very accurate profile.

Overall, psychopaths exhibit three specific qualities that include impulsiveness, fearlessness, and risk taking. With that tidbit of information in mind, here are the top 10 careers that the most psychopaths have chosen to pursue:

1. CEO 2. Lawyer 3. Media Personality, Radio and TV 4. Sales Person 5. Surgeon 6. Journalist 7. Police Officer 8. Clergy 9. Chef 10. Civil Servant

So what exactly is a psychopath? A psychopath is a person who displays a psychopathic personality, which is a type of personality disorder that’s marked by a lack of empathy for others, little to no inhibition, and general behavior that’s anti-social in nature. Individuals who are easy to anger and quick to resort to violence without thinking about the future implications of their actions, are representative of such a personality.

They often act aggressively to get what they want and all along the way they fail to take into consideration the thoughts and feelings of other people. For a psychopath, the ends always justify the means, but only if it turns out that they get exactly what they desire.

A common characteristic displayed by psychopaths is egoism, and in terms of their own self-interest, they are often quite narcissistic. As such, this type of person is very selfish and absorbed in their looks and appearance. They often love themselves above all others and have warped views of love and affection towards other people.

Whether or not an individual falls under the categorical definition of a psychopath, and to what degree, can be determined by a number of different diagnostic criteria. Each test looks at a person’s choices, actions, feelings, and mindset to see whether or not they display the common characteristics attributed to a psychopathic personality.

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