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July 08, 2020
For students coming to intern or mid-career, we first talk about what a career (work history) is.
I hope we can eventually discuss each of these careers, so I'll give you a framework to start with as a foundation.
Around the age of 22 after graduating from college, the first job change boom at 25-26, the second job change boom at 30-31, the limit of job change at 35, mental retirement at 40, retirement from a position after 50, reemployment after retirement at 60, the start of pension at 65, and so on.
Thinking about 30 years from now, pension benefits could begin at age 75.
If the retirement age were 75, I would have 53 years since I started working at 22. 50 years ago, the retirement age would have been 55, so about 33 years, which would have been a significant deviation from what my parents' generation felt.
In addition, there are other factors that can affect your career, such as your own life events.
Marriage, childbirth, child rearing, educational expenses, caring for parents, one's own retirement, etc. That is not to say that it will always be there, but it is just a possibility.
In addition, the socioeconomic changes brought about by the demographic changes of low birthrate and aging population, and the lights and shadows that lie ahead of globalization. There are so many factors that it is very difficult.
And then, after prefacing it with, "Well, what do you think?" I ask. This may be a bit of a teasing question.
However, I do not think that the questions and answers at that time are meaningful, but I hope that this will be the start of a search for the meaning of working for me.
Of course, some people think long and hard about the meaning of their work, which is a different development.
These are difficult times to move forward into the future.
You can think about it alone, but I think one option is to discuss your career by bumping into various people.