Government

You probably spend at least some part of every day complaining about things you don't like about school: unfair grading practices, militant gym instructors, broken lockers, gum under the desks, or low funding for the music department. Some of us will just complain, but others will try to change troubling issues. If you're prepared to speak to the principal, write to school board members, or to just take a putty knife and scrape the gum off the desk yourself, you've got a bit of a fighting spirit. Although most of us will become involved with political issues at some level during our lives, some will take their civic concerns even further by devoting their lives to government-related careers.  

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