Why is work so hard? Why is it so difficult to enter the world of work? And relocate when you get fired? Is it like this only in Italy, or is it a global trend? Perhaps in some countries, it is felt more or less than in others.
In any case, the road to work and professional success is among the most difficult. At least for those who don’t have the road paved. We need to acquire fundamental skills that are helpful and can be spent in the world of work. And although the studies give the foundations, it is necessary to practice to acquire them. It was like this: when I was an entry-level, I worked as an internal for a long time. At first, I was always wrong, I didn’t understand any, and I was more of a burden than an asset. If I think about all the harmful code I’ve done, I was fortunate to find someone who gave me this opportunity. By the way, I did the internship late in life, so I had to hear from many people that I was a failure. But I didn’t get knocked down. A bit of unconsciousness, though. However, I pursued my career as a software engineer because that’s what I want to do.
Then I found my first employment contract. Only the pay was low, and the frustration was high. I didn’t have many opportunities to apply my ideas, and there was a lot to learn.
But the desire to learn has never left me, and neither has the desire to challenge myself.
Now I’ve landed on TicketSms, where my desire to learn and get involved is genuinely valued and appreciated, even from an economic point of view.
After so many years, I can consider myself fully satisfied. Because for me, work is an important thing. It is a fundamental part of my life since it is based on my passion: technology and personal relationships.
With this, I don’t mean that I spend my life working. There is also room for other things besides work in one’s life. But having a good job carried out with passion is a lucky one (which I have also conquered) that not everyone has. And I have to be thankful for that.