In my view its certainly not wrong, I’ll only throw in a cautionary note. At least in my experience, and amongst those I know fairly well, the entire “career” thing is a bit of bunk for men and women.
With rare exception, if most people are honest their careers are just jobs. There are exceptions, but even with the traditional professions, if you really know the professionals, the derive very little satisfaction out of their careers, if any. One of the hallmarks of the post 1950 western world is that women have tended to buy into the concept of a “fulfilling career” which came from a concept that this is what men had, when in truth, most men just had (and still have) jobs. Now most women have jobs too.
Something over half of all Americans are bored with or dissatisfied with their jobs, and are disengaged from them. So, I suppose, caveat emptor.
As a final note, an old friend of mine who shared my occupation (career) field, when we were young, told me about how she wanted it all and expected to have it. A few years back she bailed out of that career field, even though she claimed she’d wanted it since she was a child. She still works, and has a husband and daughter, but that experience is probably more common than we suppose. She told me with rare exceptions, she could no longer stand most members of our common career field (thankfully she exempted me).