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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
« Reply #27 on: August 29, 2012, 09:56:10 AM »
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Top Ten Tips for Career Planning

Take a variety of different classes.  Don’t pigeonhole yourself into one tight line of study.  Branch out and take a good look around to see what interests you. 

Complete a few self-assessment tests.  Self-assessment tests can tell you a lot about yourself and may help you match your skills and interests with possible careers.

Develop a career inventory.  What kind of organization do you want to work for? What type of environment do you prefer? How much travel do you want to do? What kind of work schedule do you prefer? Think it through on your own, or take a career and interest assessment to get your answers.

Research different careers.  Browse the Bureau of Labor Statistics home page for detailed descriptions of different careers and statistics about the fastest growing fields.

Use your college’s career center.  Research materials, useful lectures, alumni contacts, self-assessment tests, interview workshops and the latest resume and career development software await you. 

Do some volunteer work Explore possible career tracks and build a strong networking base through volunteer activities.  Volunteering teaches you about yourself and your world while preparing you for the future and connecting you to your community.

Join a professional association.  Joining a professional association in your field of choice is a great way to tap into a career network.  FastWeb’s index of professional organizations can connect you to many associations.

Network.  Meeting people who work in your prospective field can give you valuable insight into what life is like in that career.  Gather information by gathering contacts.

Find a mentor.  Part coach, part motivator, the mentor works as a guide from within the context of the work environment.  The perfect mentor is someone who works well with you and who has the experience and success you seek. 

Arrange some informational interviews.  There’s no better way to get a feel for a certain career than talking to professionals in the field.  Find them through your college’s career center, your school’s alumni association, job fairs and professional organizations.

This is probably one of the best tips I have gotten so far, Just hope some other person sees this because it is truly helpful.  I had difficulties in planning out my career path but when a good friend of mine intervened that is when I started to get good results about the present career that I had back then. . . 

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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
« Reply #28 on: September 03, 2012, 01:04:21 PM »
In my opinion the most important tips in career planning is the self assessment so that you can have an idea about your skills and knowledge and you have a clear look of your dream and aim.   Then it is very easy to choose a career path.   If you are not able to self analysis then take help from career coaching. 
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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
« Reply #29 on: September 05, 2012, 09:44:39 AM »
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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
« Reply #30 on: September 18, 2012, 02:54:34 PM »
Take a variety of different classes.  Don’t pigeonhole yourself into one tight line of study.  Branch out and take a good look around to see what interests you.

Complete a few self-assessment tests.  Self-assessment tests can tell you a lot about yourself and may help you match your skills and interests with possible careers.

Develop a career inventory.  What kind of organization do you want to work for? What type of environment do you prefer? How much travel do you want to do? What kind of work schedule do you prefer? Think it through on your own, or take a career and interest assessment to get your answers.

Research different careers.  Browse the Bureau of Labor Statistics home page for detailed descriptions of different careers and statistics about the fastest growing fields.

Use your college’s career center.  Research materials, useful lectures, alumni contacts, self-assessment tests, interview workshops and the latest resume and career development software await you.

Do some volunteer work Explore possible career tracks and build a strong networking base through volunteer activities.  Volunteering teaches you about yourself and your world while preparing you for the future and connecting you to your community.

Join a professional association.  Joining a professional association in your field of choice is a great way to tap into a career network.  FastWeb’s index of professional organizations can connect you to many associations.

Network.  Meeting people who work in your prospective field can give you valuable insight into what life is like in that career.  Gather information by gathering contacts.

Find a mentor.  Part coach, part motivator, the mentor works as a guide from within the context of the work environment.  The perfect mentor is someone who works well with you and who has the experience and success you seek.

Arrange some informational interviews.  There’s no better way to get a feel for a certain career than talking to professionals in the field.  Find them through your college’s career center, your school’s alumni association, job fairs and professional organizations.





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Re: TOP TEN TIPS FOR CAREER PLANNING
« Reply #31 on: September 19, 2012, 07:48:08 AM »
Thanks for this valuable tips as you have given a valuable information to make our career.

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« Reply #32 on: September 14, 2016, 04:00:48 PM »
Thanks for this valuable tips as you have given a valuable information to make our career.
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