Something which is often arranged with philosophy is peoples everyday careers. Something which people get hired for and decide about important decisions and everyday tasks that are easily weighed by someone who has an insight into the minds of people and life knowledge.
This is something that actually makes sense and the greater that you know about philosophy and ways to make decisions equals out into your careers. I’m not one to massively talk about careers apart from that we should follow a career that seems like a hobby, meaning that it’s something you can enjoy too. Yet, we see people all the time talking about how they aren’t happy or they don’t know enough to go into a certain profession but it’s not that hard to read philosophy and simply philosophise a bit.
When you look into it, you learn about thought processes you didn’t think you had, you find ways of looking at things that weren’t originally there. It’s all about perception and perceiving that this world can be looked at in so many ways, Plato talks about philosophising to gain knowledge, Sartre dives into the existentialism and how we have to view the things around us and the impact that they have on our lives. Philosophy gives you a viewpoint that helps have an insight on any career path and if you really love your career then it’s simple. Go read and think about stuff. It’ll open so many doors that you weren’t aware were there.