Few matters don’t seem to be a part of personal finance planning. But they are….
One of the biggest decisions you make throughout your life is your career path. Small career decisions you make today can affect your financial situation 30 years from now in a big way.
Do you like your job? What is your best life skill? Does your occupation match with your interest and satisfaction? What is the future of the industry you are employed with?
Addressing the above matter is important and is very much relevant to financial planning, same as we discuss host of issues for an investment or insurance policies.
Having decades to go until you retire means you can set yourself up now for long-term career and financial growth. That doesn’t mean that you should always choose the job that pays the highest salary, by the way — there are many other factors that you should consider while weighing a job offer or planning for a business proposal. Your happiness is important, which is in fact a major role player of future financial situation.
So what should you think about as you progress in your career? Pay attention to these factors that could make or break your financial plan.