For decades, teaching has required a certification that can take months to earn, followed by supervised, classroom volunteer hours which can make life rough on some who need to make a living. I heard that young adults that are pursuing educational degrees are being asked to take over classrooms right now because of the shortage.
When I think of stressful jobs I think of surgeons, lineman, police officers, and fireman... not broadcasters. According to a new study, "Broadcaster" is the seventh most stressful job you can have.
Once upon a time a long time ago you followed the career choice that your father made. Granted we have evolved quite a bit since people lived in castles and rode horses through the forest while wearing shiny armor...but I would have guesses this number to be higher. Daily Mail reports that only 7% of kids are picking the same career as their parents.
I am the third to last child out of nine kids, so by the time I chose a career (if you call radio a career...) my older brothers and sisters had already made my parents proud, so the pressure was off me to be the one to succeed! When we were kids we all wanted to be something awesome like a Cop, a Princess, Firefighter, Ballerina, Superhero, or a Cowboy - but what did you end up becoming? And did