What is a career?
A career includes all the roles you undertake throughout your life - education, training, paid and unpaid work, family, volunteer work, leisure activities and more.
"Career" was traditionally associated with paid employment and referred to a single occupation. In today's world the term career is seen as a continuous process of learning and development.
Activities that contribute to a career can include:
- work experience
- community activities
- enterprise activities
- different life roles
- volunteer work
- leisure activities
- Career Choices
- knowing yourself - what you like (your interests), what you are good at (your skills and abilities), what is important to you (values)
- getting to understand the world of work - what’s out there
- learning how to make informed decisions
Position in team sports refers to the joint arrangement of a team on its field of play during a game and to the standardized place of any individual player in that arrangement. Much instruction, strategy, and reporting is organized by a set of individual player positions that is standard for the sport.
Some player positions may be official, others unofficial. For example, baseball rules govern the pitcher by that name, but not the shortstop, where pitcher and shortstop are two of baseball's nine fielding positions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Position_%28team_sports%29
The position here relates to the title one holds in a company or institution which with time is bound to change has you move up your career ladder. So from today choose a career path and create many opportunities for greater position with the country, county, organization, company etc.