“In American culture, we are expected to be decisive about the direction of our careers and it is generally unacceptable to be unsure about what we want to do with our lives. The importance we place on being “decided” in our society can make those who are uncertain about their future career feel as if something is wrong with them. However, an undecided person who is actively exploring and learning about career opportunities may very well find themselves following an unexpected, but fulfilling, career.”
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