"Career" seems like an old word in this time of corporate restructuring, off-shoring and free agency. But many people still aspire to a career. What was your career path? Did it come by the kind of planning Senior Correspondent Deborah Fernandez recommends? Or was it more by happenstance? Share your story and include a photo or video from your career.
Victoria Tchoryk of Cary, N.C., talks about her career and how her sewing skills benefited her in life. I really did not have a career.
I asked Jeanne Lawton of Cary, N.C., about her career path, and this is what she told me. I went to the University of Dayton in Ohio, and I was an education major.
The following is from a brief interview I had with my grandmother, Barbara Somol, about her time as a registered nurse. I began three years of nursing school after I graduated high school [in 1958].
The following is a brief career synopsis of Mike Corbett, as shared with Brice Smith. Hello.
This is the story of Terry Dambro as told to me, her granddaughter, Hannah Fink.
For my career, I owned my own butcher shop in Kankakee, Illinois - also known as "Jerry's." My family and I lived over the shop for awhile, and when we later relocated to Marion, N.C., I continued my work as a butcher in the local Ingles.