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diffeence between a job and career

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    For most people a job is something they do to earn a living. They may change jobs frequently -- but don't really care as long as they earn enough wages to keep them going.

    Most people regard a career as a field in which they are interested and challenged, while it also provides income. Most people follow the same careers throughout their working life.

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