Explain Career Path
Career Planning is most process for everyone and learn alot of skills for you career path and your Job Satisfaction.
- Career planning is the continuous process of thinking about your interests, values, skills and preferences, exploring the life, work and learning options available to you,
- Ensuring that your work fits with your personal circumstances, continuously fine-tuning your work and learning plans to help you manage the changes in your life and the world of work.
Career planning tips
- Never stop learning
- Try to make a good listener
- Build your network
- Identify your current job
- Identify your next job
- Always prepare yourself
- Realize your dreams
- A career path is a smaller group of jobs within a career cluster that use similar skills. Each career cluster contains several career paths.
- You can start in a lower-lever job in a career path and, with more education and experience, move up within that path.
Some steps for students how they decide for their career field:
- Begin by determining what you like to do.
- Identify the skills you use when you’re doing the things you enjoy.
- Think of fields broadly.
- Consider cross-field work.
- Learn as much as possible about the qualifications required for fields that interest you.
- Scope does not matter if you don’t have the interest.
- Learn how to apply your degree to specific career areas and many more.
Moving from one job to another
- If you cannot work with love it is better that you should leave your work. you will experience more personal growth from changing jobs frequently than staying in one job for extended periods of time.
- If you change jobs frequently you build an adaptable skill set and a wide network which are the keys to being able to find a job whenever you need to.
- If you are unsatisfied with what you do every day, it takes a pain on your physical and mental health. Job satisfaction is important than which job pays the most and which is more secure. and people feel happy at work when they are satisfied with their job.
- You choose or change careers to something that you love and are passionate about.
- You find purpose and joy in a job that you don’t love.
Making decisions tools and resources
- You have explored the occupations or study options that interest you.
- Now is the time to narrow down your choices and choose the best option for you.
- Now look at how each of your choices fits with your skills, interests, values and personal circumstances.
- Once you have narrowed down your choices, you can take action.
- Prepare a pros and cons list
- Compare your options