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Top Career Advice ... More Choices and A Better Way of Life
Why Career Advice Is So Important
Choosing a career presents a nerve-racking decision, as it can have a life-long impact on you. Do not fret, as you can gain a clearer outlook into your future by thorough career planning.
Having a clear vision of the future can guide you by helping you set career goals and helping you on your way towards attaining them. Whether you are starting out on a new career or looking to change your current career, you will benefit enormously from taking sound advice.
Don't Spend Most of Your Life Doing ...
Chances are that you will be spending a great deal of time at your job, about 40 hours a week. Career advice and career profiling can guide you to a job that is enjoyable for you and matches your interests.
There are many reasons people change their careers and career advice can help them along the way. Some frequently cited reasons are:
· Stuck in a dead end job.
· Lost interest in current line of work.
· Gained a new interest in a different career option.
A Job For Life ... Not Anymore
In today's world, there is increased job rotation ... also with the down turns in the economy, many people can be laid-off. Good career advice for unemployed persons would be to consider a career change. Some of the fastest growing occupations are Medical Assistant, Network Systems Analyst, Physician Assistant, etc. Occupations that are struggling to gain workers can be a suitable option for currently unemployed individuals.
People often back off from changing careers if they are unsure of the effort it might take to start a new career and learn a new trade. If you are one of these people, career advice from professionals can help you make a knowledgeable decision.
How To Identify Your Career Choices
When choosing a new career field, career advice and career planning can help you figure out your career choices. When embarking on a new career, you need to take into account your previous education and work experience.
You should start thinking about the skills you currently possess and how they can be beneficial in each of the new career options available to you.
Have You Considered a Career Test?
Valuable career advice can come from career tests as they can help in identifying suitable job options. Career tests include tests such as personality profiling, leadership skills, motivation, management style, etc.
The results of such tests can give you the career advice that can direct you to a suitable career, by matching your interests with career options.
Many career tests are offered online. They may be free or available for a small fee. Many experts provide the career advice to employment seekers to take some time to plan their career and set their goals. Knowing your career goals can provide you with valuable guidance.
Remember that career planning and goal setting is an on-going process, changing as you continue on your career.
The web can be a great source to find valuable career advice. It can provide you with many resources to research new career choices and find out information on a particular career field such as average salary, work environment, job responsibilities, etc.
Use Resumes That Give You an Advantage
Whether you are starting a career, changing careers or looking for a different job in your present career, the best career advice is to have a great, eye-catching resume.
You may be thinking about using your old resume, maybe the one you made after graduating from college. However, you will have to make changes to that resume to make it relevant to your present situation.
Upgrade your resume with the additional skills and experiences you have acquired. People going through a career change, need to present the skills they have acquired through the years in a way that makes it relevant to the new career jobs for which they are applying.
You may not have all the standard education for that career, so you need to convince potential employers that your previous education and work experience have given you the skills that make you a suitable candidate to transition into that job.
Career planning involves gaining information that can ease your transition to a new career. This information can help get you out of your current dreary jobs and into a dynamic and interesting career.
Act Now... and Take Control of Your Career
It's never too late to think of making a career change... seek professional career advice and give yourself the best chance of achieving your career goals.
Roger Clark (BSc) has over 25 years experience in career development & recruitment at a senior level through top management positions he has held with major international companies.
You can visit his "Top Career Resumes" website or News Blog for a wealth of top quality information relating to the employment market.
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