Friday, May 6, 2011

When Similar Occupations Govern the Family

It is not unusual for most families that similar or the same occupation applies to family members. Thus, when the head of the family is a doctor, it may follow that that spouse and / or the offspring can be doctors or nurses.

While it may be easier that similar line of work runs in the family as they share common interest and may provide wisdom to younger workers, it can also cause a lot of pressures. But, when families are close - knit, handling occupational pressure can be negligible.

And, when you are lucky, you may share resources like books, accessories, equipment, uniforms or laptops and others.

Regardless, whether occupations are the same or not in the family, I guess what is important is the fact that families bond in spite of differences.



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