Leaving school, young people have to decide what they want to be in future. Considering opinion of their relatives and friends and their own preferences, they enter a college or university where they will have to spend several years studying really hard. Yet, sometimes it so happens that many of them turn to another sphere of activity and fulfill themselves there.
Aysulu is a financier. She paid $15,000 a year to study at an American institute in Dubai. When she returned to Almaty, she began working for an advertising agency. She even tried herself as an actress but now she is a network marketing expert.
Sasha studied programming but now he is a dance teacher.
“I’ve always been rather good in break dance and when I graduated from the university I had to choose what I liked better. I chose dancing. Today I’m a dance teacher and perform for different dance teams”.
Nargiza is a certified lawyer but works as an accountant.
“I’ve always thought that jurisprudence was what I wanted. I loved maths at school so when I was offered to work as an accounter, I happily agreed to realize that it was more interesting for me”.
Akan is a certified psychologist, PR-manager and marketing expert. What’s his profession now? He is a director.
“I have always been in search for what I wanted to be. Studying at another university, I was hired by a producer center as a designer. Then I became a sound control supervisor and then director. I like that.”
Daria is an architect working as a sales manager.
“As a child, I’ve always dreamt of becoming an architect so my dream did come true. When the ecnomic crisis broke out, I started working at a store selling wedding gowns. Then I opened my own Internet store. However, my official position is a sales manager in a photo studio. Sometimes I also make some money performing in fire shows at the night clubs of the city”.
Arnur was supposed to save people’s lives but he makes much more money by selling clothes.