I want to become a computer engineer in the future. I choose this career because improving technology also means improving lives. For example, what if the computer engineers made a computer that can detect metals deep down in the earth. How does this help? First, it conserves the fuel needed to power the vehicles, second, we don't have to keep digging, and digging and break the earth, third, it conserves tools because the miners don't have to keep getting and getting tools since the ones they are using don't break after digging so much. This career interests me because I can have many opportunities to change the world in a good way.
I started to begin to pursue my dream when I learned that engineers build different kinds of computers, softwares, buildings, and etc. I have always wanted to be an engineer that can build computers, and my wish that I can make them do the impossible. In order for me to pursue my career, I have to get a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, or in a related field. Also, I have to have hands-on experience, and work experience. I need this so I can advance in a company, or get new and better job opportunities.
There are so many opportunities with this career. I can try to make computers that can hear the wingbeats of a butterfly, or I can make a computer that can identify a person's injury within seconds. The most important thing is, God gave me a talent, and I am going to use it for good. I hope you enjoyed reading this.
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