1. My career goal for plan A was to be an aeronautical engineer in the long run. 2. My plan B career plan is quite different from that in my plan A because my career plan B is not the aviation discipline. My working environment for my plan B career goal would be in the sea. I want to work in the shipping industryand meet may people all over the world as I try to help them solve shipping technicalities. I would want to work in one of the largest shipping companies in the world; a good example is that of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC). I would want to associate and interact with people across the globe and have a good experience learning the different cultures and even embracing the positive attributes. I would want to travel to the sea and the water all my days. I would want to work outside because I would be more exposed hence learning from different people. I want to handle big projects for my customers and provide ways of solving shipping problems in the world.3. My career discipline for plan B would be the maritime industry and to engage in the management of propulsion systems, engines, pumps, and technical equipment in a ship. Most people that study maritime engineering find it difficult to relate the classroom information to what is in the environment. -sector-trends/combining-disciplines-can-help-career/This should not be a problem because every discipline should have a combination of good interpersonal skills. For a job to be well done, effective communication should be put across. The psychology of career decisions from the past was because of what parents used to do and the money associated with it.