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Career Planning - Running Head Career Planning 1 CAREER...

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Running Head: Career Planning 1 CAREER PLANNING NAME: INSTITUTION: COURSE PREFIX: COURSE NUMBER: DATE OF SUBMISSION:
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Career Planning 2 Career options had been an issue bugging me for a couple of months since I was through with my high school education. Therefore, I decided to seek help from one of my older friends on what I should work on to ensure I get a job that I will enjoy and succeed. From the advice I got, my first step was to formulate a career plan that will enable me to enroll for a course that will suit my strengths and interest. In the process, I would be viewing my career as a hobby and not a task (Andy, 2010). The realization of my dream job was a long process that involved various steps. Step number one was that I was to ensure that I knew what I was good at in life. For instance, what skills, values and likes do I possess. After a thorough self-introspection, I realized that I am a sociable person who liked to start conversations with people while interacting with them. In addition, I discovered that I am an outgoing person and never liked indoor activities. Therefore, I realized
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