What points should we consider when choosing a career?. Presentation by moroz alexander. aim. tasks. Introduction.
What points should we consider when choosing a career?
Presentation by moroz alexander
Choosing the right career path is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. Whether you are choosing your first career or embarking on a second or third, finding something that you enjoy and excel at can do wonders to improve your whole life. While no job is ever perfect, there are some factors that you should consider to help ensure you get into the right career for you.
Which field of work do you like to see yourself engaged in?
Howdoes your workplace look like?
What do you want to be doing in the future?
If you choose one particular career would you be able to do the things you’d really love to do?
If the career you have mind matches you interest, you are on the right track. It is important that you are really interested in the career you are pursuing because if you really like it, you would be willing to endure all trials.
That we are interested in one career is not enough reason to choose it. You should be good at it, too — or, at least, you have the potential to do very well in that field.
It's always a wise idea to consider the abundance of relevant career opportunities available in your chosen field. Highly competitive career fields or restrictive positions could leave you searching for an opening and unemployed for long periods of time. Consider whether there are career openings available to you in the area where you live, or if you may need to relocate to find the position you desire. Determine if relocating is an option for you and your family, and if you have the resources to move to another city or country.
You should also consider the level of education and training that may be required for the career you choose. If you already have the education and background needed for the position, you should be able to get started in your career relatively soon. If you need to pursue a degree or other specialized training, however, you will need to take into account the months or years required to train, in addition to the educational expenses you will incur preparing for your career.
Your individual priorities also are a determining factor when it comes to your career choice. A career that requires a great deal of responsibility, working long hours or frequent travel may be more appealing to someone who does not have young children at home. If you have a family, or if you require a set schedule every week, those priorities may influence your career decision. For some, salary and benefits are the driving force behind a career decision.
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