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“It’s not who you are that holds you back. It’s who you think you’re not.”


Why are people shit scared to leave their 9-5 job and follow a career choice which is completely soulless and to which they don’t belong at all? Is it their fear which prevents them from pursuing their career goals, the career path with which they find they belong to? Maybe, but to an extent only because 'What you are' hold a substantial role in what one wants to achieve in their life.


No matter, how much we say that the society is progressing or has made advancement some things have certainly remained constant over the years. While the fact that more women are stepping their foot outside the domains of their homes is true in some of the cases but still society has a mandatory expectations from the males. It is the male-only who is the bread earner of the family. While women can exercise their choice to work or not, the men have to work no matter whatever the circumstances are.


Thus, it becomes difficult for the male gender to pursue their dream job. Say if a man wishes to follow his dream of becoming a travel blogger can he leave his permanent job? Certainly not! The family still runs on the income of the men, thus he can’t afford to leave his job. On the other hand girls definitely, are at privilege when it comes to pursuing their passion.


It’s definitely just not the gender which has an impact on a person’s life when it comes to pursuing a career of the choice the background of a family also is an important factor. A wealthy male can afford to leave his job and opt for a career of his choice while the middle class struggles in a soulless and stable job.

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Author- Neha Wadhwa

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