I knew for sure that I wanted to do my master’s in Environmental engineering

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It is okay to not have a complete full-proof plan from day one. But it is important to know what subjects or what kind of work interests you. Be passionate and sincere in whatever you do, because that’s the only way to do things right.

https://theinterviewportal.com/2020/11/13/water-modelling-research-professional-interview

I want to feel passionate about what I’m doing

Keywords: work career , chemical engineer , engineering , job hunting , job search , new career , teaching

The truth of the matter is that I genuinely enjoy data, exploring trends, implementing programs, establishing tasks towards a goal. And, at the end, I like looking at and analyzing the successes, but learning from set-backs to establish a better solution for the next challenge. I like it. I relish it. I want to do that. I just don’t know how to get there. Plain and simple – I want to do something where I can apply my engineering skills and experience in a way that positively impacts our world.

https://acquiescentsoulblog.wordpress.com/2020/10/27/what-i-see-for-myself