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Young people should choose a job similar to what their parents did?
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Unformatted text preview: case.Consider what real success is,and you will stand on the same side with me.In fact,it is whether people prove their self-value that the success depends on instead of how much money people earn.Consider,for example,why youths have a period that they have strong will to violate what their parents tell them to do?The reason has nothing to do with money but the nature of humankind to prove that they are stronger than their parents.So with the unconditional help from parents,whether people earn more money, get more reputation,or have more people admire themselves,they cannot prove their own talents and they won't feel that proud of themselves,because they always know that their success does not come from their own. Additionally,in long terms,taking jobs...
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