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How does a person know what career to work toward? There is no perfect answer, but the following 10 tips will get you off to a good start.
Get to know yourelf
– Complete more than oneself-assessment test.
Identify your trength nd weknee
– Whatdo you do well and what do you not do well?
Develop n inventory of creer
– Write downsome careers that might interest you.
Reerch different creer
– Talk to others anduse the Internet.
Write the pro nd con
– List positives andnegatives about the careers that interest you.
– Discuss your ideas with others.
Tlk with people who work in your re ofinteret
– Family and friends are great resources.
– Find someone with whom youcan discuss your career selection.
– Take a related class or part-time job.
Don’t give up
– “If there is a will, there is a way.”
For chooSing theright career For You
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