The conventional shape of good career—basic education, entry-level jobs to get experience, advanced education or training, accomplishment rising to a peak, and eventual retirement—is not the only choice we have. The problem with that scenario is that if we get off track along the way, we may never get the training we need or we might miss important opportunities for progress in our field.
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