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Bài luận Discuss the factors that influenced your career decisions to date. Also discuss your career plans and why
you want to obtain an MBA.
Since I was four years old, my father has left my mother and I for Indonesia to start his textile company.
He has come back to Hong Kong once for a year. In order to enhance our relationship, we used to talk over
the phone. As early as when I was Grade 8, I possessed my first computer for the main purpose of sending
electronic mail to my father. From that time, using the Internet has captured most of my spare time. In the
summer of 1992, I had a valuable chance of volunteering in the library to assist people using computers to
look for the books or to get access on the Internet. At the same time, my father's business had been suffering
from keen competition and out-dated machines for two years. He then started to automate the production line
by investing in new innovated technologies, and hiring some technicians. When I visited him, the new
automated production line and the whole computerized firm amused me, because this was the system that
rescued my father's business. Since then, my interest in information technology has been ever growing. After
I came to Canada, I even use electronic mail and ICQ to communicate with my parent, and choose MIS as my
core course. I found that IT is so powerful that it not only helps companies become more competitive, but
also bridges people ocean apart. This arouses my desire to work in IT industry.
Second, self-satisfaction also affects my career decision. Although monetary reward is practically important
in reality, opportunity to learn and job prospect are even more crucial factors for me to be really happy and
satisfied. I like learning new skills and acquiring up-dated information, because they can help me adapt the
fast-changing world, enrich my experiences, explore my interest, and give me higher self-esteem as I am a
valuable person. In addition, a job with a bright prospect gives me incentives to improve myself. Thus, as I
become more experienced and knowledgeable, I can pursue a higher level of career and help others. This is
my true happiness. For instance, I am now volunteering in an on campus organization, Job Link, in which I
am responsible for posting jobs on the World Wide Web, answering questions and making information
handouts. I am interested in this job because I can learn how to use a software program, can improve my
interpersonal skills by answering students' questions, and can enrich my research experience. These skills are
valuable because I can use them in future. I can feel myself to become more productive and knowledgeable.
In short run, after graduating from the Master degree, I will work in an IT related industry, either in a
consulting firm or financial institution, as a system analyst or a consultant. Moreover, in my private time, I
will attend a computer-programming course in order to continuously update myself and become more
competitive. In long run, when I have gathered enough managerial and analysis skills and experiences, I plan
to have my own consulting company.
Therefore, attending a Master Science program definitely can smooth my path to pursue my goal. The
program can deepen expertise and broaden my perspectives. Moreover, the MIS option can help me to
specialize my skills in IT areas that I have not yet learned from my undergraduate degree. Since I have been
in UBC for four years, I am familiar with and have confidence in the faculty professors whom I believe can
help me become an IT professional.