The task of choosing a career is very important and difficult. Every parent, when his child arrives at the secondary stage of school education, begins to worry about the career that the latter is going to follow. Every parent fondly believes that his child is destined for an exceptional career.The choice of a career should not be made by accident or by sheer force of circumstances. It should be made by foresight and common sense. Young men are not competent enough to make such a choice. This should be made by their parents and teachers. All the men are not fit for all kinds of work. Minds, like men, differ greatly from person to person. If one is keenly interested in mecha­nics, another likes intellectual pursuits. Some are attracted towards science while some feel inclined towards fine arts. One may achieve success in business but fail badly in the study of literature.