because when I do think about this very recently, I have finally come into a conclusion:
certain jobs will make you gain a lot of money, in relatively much more quicker & easier ways,
while certain other jobs, no matter how much efforts you've put in 24-hours per day, you can only gain 'that' much money, and wouldn't be able to get rich, especially, super-rich!
the former is probably most typical big-$$$ businesses jobs/careers, like Property, stock trading, Real-estate, Finance,
and also 'prestigious' conventional jobs like lawyer, top engineering, and maybe computer programming (this latter job would even still depending much on where u live?)
while the latter is probably what many 'normal, conventional, or conformist' folks would call: "jobs with very little or no prospect" ,
ie: teacher, massage therapist,
and perhaps especially, most 'Art'-related jobs, ie: musician, painter, writer. aside from they're also very very risky, and seemingly have very very little chances of getting rich, or super-rich from it!
I was talking to my INFP brother about this,
and I was saying that hence, it is in some ways kinda 'ironic' when we look at the amounts of EFFORTS these two groups spent, and the PAYBACK that they're getting, is not the same correlation.
that's why, along with that, now I also can't be completly agree with the popular saying (especially in those self-help & motivational books) :
"you gotta do what you love, and money will come"
this even including the famous Robert Kiyosaki & Donald Trump, saying this!
my take on that is, no, when you DO what you LOVE, it will not always yield a lot, and big amount of money!
in fact, some jobs/careers are just 'that' .....they still leave you with financial burdens, and even, lacking financially! I believe this is also a fact that most of us probably have also observed in reality, isn't it?
some jobs gives you huge money, in relatively quicker, easier ways.
while some other jobs give you less/lack of money, BUT, perhaps the 'good' trade-off is other things, and usually unseen, ie: happiness, lack of stress level, befriend with a lot variety of interesting people, experiencing new things, freedom to wander around, etc.
what do you guys think on this one?
and which one would u choose (or have already chosen) ??
please share your opinion.