Right now I have a job. It pays some of my bills, and again I have a job. I do not think my work as a career because I have a passion for it. I’m afraid to go to work sometimes, so I know that this is not a race for me. I am working in a clinic at the present time, and it is a stressful job, not my cup of tea. A job is defined as a series of tasks or activities that are performed in the scope of what they call work, according to the fitness program of the race, exercise your options by Diane Sukiennik, William, Bendat and Lisa Raufman . It also defines the career as a sequence of attitudes and behaviors that are associated with the work and relate to our total life experience. An integration of our personality with our work activities can also be called a race according to the authors mentioned. People such as Ken Cron would likely agree. A career, remains the dictionary, is defined as “a profession, a way of living, especially with opportunities for promotion or promotion, “and progress through life.” It also means waking up excited, and finishing the day with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. Work defined by the Oxford American Dictionary, is “a paid position of employment? Got a factory job,” and “something you have to do, a responsibility, it is their job to lock the doors.” The dictionary states that the work goes, but the races are planned every last detail.