Vocational researchers examining “chaos theory” tend to emphasize not the consistent, orderly nature of career patterns, but rather the importance of initial conditions and the impact of seemingly random perturbations on career development, that somewhat disrupt the ultimate trajectory of individual careers. ... God has given you particular interest, aptitudes, and abilities for a reason. While you may not yet know the reason, you can prepare by developing skills related to those areas. The skillsets you acquire, even more than your vocational preferences, will often determine what work is available to you and how can God can use you. Choose skill clusters carefully, for they will have a significant impact on the path your career takes.