Imagine a career where one makes money out of doing what one loves the most..Sounds blissful, right? As the famous saying goes, ‘pick a career you love, and you do not have to work a day’. But this can be a completely opposite scenario too. If it is not a job one likes, then no amount of money can replace happiness. It is here that choosing a right career become vital.
While considering careers for your teen, analyse his likes and dislikes, in addition to weighing his talents and skills. For instance, if your boy loves reading, how about a career for him where he’ll be surrounded by books? In the rapidly growing publishing industry, the opportunities for a job and scopes for a career are expanding.
In an article in The Hindu, Gautam Padmanabhan, Publisher, Westland Books, says that the industry is open to recruiting young blood. “It’s an exciting time for the industry. What has benefited the industry recently is the growth of Indian authorship. There are an increasing number of writers that are appealing to the Indian psyche.”
Are you wondering what skills your teen would require for this? The same article says, “One needs to be well-informed and present views and ideas in an innovative manner; and look for the positives and negatives of a given idea and analyse its different aspects.”
This ClipBook contains articles that gives you a comprehensive idea of everything that a publishing career entails. Go through it, and maybe, you can kick start your teen’s future.
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