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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Help me find a career (Article)

How to choose career according to your personality ?

Help me find a career ? When I was in college my friend often asked this question but that time I was unable to give him Answer. Even I did not know how to help him but I just said one think! “ if you choose a career that doesn't suit your personality you become confused, unhappy and no one want to be confused in life. So instead of choosing a career based on what you think you should take some concrete step, use unique technique that will help you find a career that is right for you”

Now Its time to give answer of his question When you were little, people probably asked, "What do you want to do when you grow up?" Maybe you said a Engineer, or an astronaut. Maybe you said an actor, or a lawyer, or a doctor. With starry eyes, you dreamed of the day you would live in a rich mansion, with lots of maids and butlers. Then, a career seemed like something that would happen a lifetime away. But now that the time has come to choose, your interests have probably changed. Finding the right career for you can be difficult, but not


 Know yourself, and not just your name. What are your interests? What skills do you possess? Are you cheerful, bubbly, and a people-person? Maybe becoming a teacher is for you. Do you love to get out a saw and wood and create projects? Maybe an architect is the job you want. Spend an hour in a private place, or get together with a friend. Talk about the things you love. Write them down, and analyze them when you're done. See if you can put together an idea.

1. If you have an idea of what you want to do, Take Complete Knowledge! surf the web. Read as much as you can about your career choice. If you decide you chose wrong, analyze your skills again. Talk with a parent, friend, or professor about what they think.

2. Utilize several different job search techniques and do each of them well. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.

3. Keep in touch with people who can positively influence your job search and career. In your future career pursuit, simple reference letter can be of crucial importance.

4. Try to learn about why you don't get every job you apply for. Learn from your mistakes.

5. Before you start applying for jobs ensure you know what you're looking for. A good job search is a focused job search. Make sure to tailor you Resume or CV according to job position that you are applying for.

6. Don't apply for job you aren't qualified for. One of the worst things is lying on your Resume. You might ruin your chances with a company for a job you are qualified for in the future.

7. Manage your references. Don't assume there isn't such a thing as a bad reference. There is. And it can cost you jobs.

8. Plan your career with a long term focus. Short term gain can cause long term pain.

9. Take command of your career. Don't rely on other people to get the job for you. Nobody    knows you better than your self, just do it.

10. Find a company that you are interested in working for. Look at their job listings and see what interests you. For example, if you like Facebook, then you could look at their job listings and see what they offer. This will help a lot!


Finding a right career for you

Some people know what job they want to do from an early age(childhood). For others it’s not so simple. Choosing a career is a big decision, but don’t be intimidated. There’s plenty of help available to help you find the career that’s right for you.

What type of career would suit you?
A good way to start your planning is to think about what motivates you as a person.
Make a list of activities you’ve enjoyed - both inside and outside school, college or work. What was it about them you liked? There are no right or wrong answers – but, for example, you might find that you enjoyed:

*                          getting to know more about a particular subject
*                         solving challenging problems
*                         working as part of a team
*                          meeting new people
Once you’ve got a clear idea of your interests, the next step is to start looking for a career that matches up with them. 

Planning your career
Finding a rewarding career is important to most people - and it takes a little planning.
There’s always room to change your mind, but having a plan will:

*                        make sure you’re aware of all the routes into your dream career
*                          help you avoid ending up in a job you don’t like
*                         make sure you know what you need to do at different stages in your life
There’s plenty to consider before you’re ready to put your plans into action – including how to get the skills and qualifications you’ll need.

 Help planning your career
Advice is vital to give you the best possible chance of getting into the career you want.


Advice through school or college

Teachers and lecturers will have a good idea of what you can do with the subjects you’re studying. But they only see what you’re like at school or college, and this might not be the whole story.

For example, you may be quiet in the classroom but spend your spare time producing podcasts or working on hospital radio. If this is the case, there’s nothing to stop you pursuing a career in radio.
It’s worth getting advice from other sources as well: most schools and colleges offer careers lessons and/or a careers service.
You can also talk to a Careers Adviser.

 If you’re in higher education
You can get advice on your options after graduation from your university or college careers office, and there’s plenty of information available through the Prospects service.

     Advice from family and friends
It can be useful to get advice from the people who know you best, but they won’t always know a lot about the career you’re interested in.
Remember – it’s your career. You know what you’re good at and you know what you want to do. Don’t be put off if your dream career means taking a different direction from friends and family.

In Short, No one tell you what career suit your Personality Because you are the one, who know What You want  in your life. It would not be wrong, if I say no one help you to choice your career dear even though, answer lie in you so Communicate yourself. You will certainly  find this answer from there. 

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