As I am not serious about my career. I don't know what I want to do in life. And if I plan to start work, laziness pulls my feet back. So, what will be the one word for me.
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There are many words to describe such a person, but "layabout" is probably the most apt.
layabout: a person who is unwilling to work (Cambridge)
Younger people and Americans may prefer the word "slacker".
slacker: a person who does not work hard enough (Cambridge)
A good adjective to describe such a person would be "work-shy".
work-shy: if you describe someone as work-shy, you disapprove of them because you think they are lazy and do not want to work (Collins)