I do not regret this arrangement because I am fully convinced that it is my duty to support my parents who have worked really hard to raise me and my siblings. I am a responsible person who is focused on whatever he does, and I work with dedication and sincerity. Though my family could not offer me the opportunities many of my schoolmates had, we believe in standing for each other in times of need and we stick together as a unit. Though this demands some responsibility, I consider this phase of life as a learning experience in remaining truthful to one’s priorities and goals.
I would like to pursue my studies and expand my chances of getting a better job that would meet the increasing demands of my family as my parents are getting older. My father is working harder than he should, but he maintains a calm and affectionate disposition amidst physical ailments like severe back pain. Being the youngest son in the family, I am supposed to stay with the family and look after my parents. Even though my present work provides some support, I realize that I need to earn more in the future. Moreover, I have a strong desire to pursue my studies. I had been genuinely interested in all the subjects I studies for my High School. I had relatively good aptitude Biology. My ambition is to develop a career in pharmacy, and would like to join a college course that would help me fulfill my dream. My family needs me to join college as soon as possible. They are worried that I am working hard at the moment, and my father keeps reminding me that I could have a career and living standards only if I focus on my education at the moment. I decided to start working soon after finishing school because I realized how hard my parents amidst their disabilities to look after the house and educate me.
I believe I would be able to do justice to my studies because I am strongly motivated to be of help to my family. If I am