When you think of work there are generally a couple of things that come to mind. One is, of course, is money. The other, and maybe not so defined is, time. To break this down, let’s start with the common assumption is that a job pays less than a career, and that a career is bottom to top
This mindset generally comes from the assumption that a career is salary-driven and a job is hourly. This is an “old-school” concept that holds no weight today. You see, there is so much more to a career than you know.
For starters a career isn’t a single occupation, nor is it held at the same company from start to finish. One could even venture to say that a career and life are synonymous, because they encompass everything that you do.