Integrated Family Community Services 3370 South Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110-1816 Ph: 303-789-0501

How to Find the Best Career Path That Will Provide for You and Your Family

Building a good career that provides you with strong compensation, job security, and job satisfaction is very important. This can be even more important for someone that has a family that they need to provide for. While building a career can seem like a challenge in today’s competitive environment, there are several tips that can be helpful for someone that is looking for a good career that will allow them to provide for their loved ones.

Job Security

When you are looking for a job that will provide for your family, one factor to consider is job security. Job security is important as it will help to reduce the risk that you will be out of work for an extended period of time. To identify a career path that offers great job security, you should look for a career path that has low unemployment and a reputation for industry growth such as business.


Another factor to consider is the compensation that you will receive. Certain career paths have much higher levels of compensation than others. One type of career path that can provide you with a lot of job satisfaction and compensation is a legal career path. For those that are interested in the field, earn your mba online with a specialization in tax law could lead to even higher paying opportunities.

Work-Life Balance and Flexibility

While earning a strong income that can provide your family with a comfortable lifestyle is important, you should also look for a job that will provide you with the ability to still see your family a lot. As opposed to working for an organization that will expect very long hours, you should look for a job and organization that can provide you with good work-life balance and flexibility. This should include generous vacation time, the ability to work from home on occasion, and other benefits.

Long-Term Benefits

Finally, you should look for a job that provides you with good long-term benefits. Some of the benefits that can help to give you and your family some additional protection include life insurance, retirement plans, disability insurance, and a variety of other benefits that can provide you with protection.

Once you have found a career path that you enjoy and allows you to provide for your family, it is important that you continue to find ways to develop it. Through further education, networking, and training you can continue to build a skill set that will allow you to be successful.

Tim Esterdahl

Tim Esterdahl is the editor of IFCS blog. He is a married father of three and enjoys golf in his spare time.

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Thank you to our partners at Aspen Grove Shopping Center. Give a gift and receive a gift - we appreciate your support!Donate gift cards from any Aspen Grove retailer today and tomorrow from noon to 4 PM and it will be given to local families in need by Integrated Family Community Services. Receive a limited-edition Aspen Grove ornament with the donation of a gift card from an Aspen Grove retailer valued at $10 or more. Non-perishable food items and hygiene products are also accepted. Drop off your donations at our Holiday Station near Gigi's Cupcakes. ... See MoreSee Less

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Who -

**Parents seeking gifts for their children age infant through 17.

Dates & Times -

** Thursday, Dec. 13, 8:30 to 11:00 and 1:00 to 3:00 for those living within western Arapahoe or Northern Douglas counties. Areas include Centennial, Englewood, Glendale, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan and unincorporated Arapahoe County.

**Friday, Dec. 14, 8:30 to 11:00 and 1:00 to 3:00 for anyone in Colorado

What’s Needed -

**Interested parents will complete a registration form in our office. The following documents are also needed - Parent ID, Child ID (birth certificate, Social Security Card, or school ID), and Proof of Address

What to Expect -

- We will not be able to honor requests for clothing or specific toys.
- We have very few items for teenagers.
- If we run out of toys, we run out of toys.
- Unfortunately, those seeking gifts can receive no other services that session.

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