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Anticipating the Career Exploration Process By Kayce Tindall In Career Exploration, we will be figuring out how to get the job we want, but first, we will figure out what we want to do and who we are. The reason I wanted to take this course is because I want to do twenty things after college but I can't figure out what I want to do the most and I am hoping that this course will help me narrow out what I want to do with my life, so I don't stay up at night anymore wondering what I want to do. The benefits I am hoping for in this class is helping me get ready for the working world. This course will help me with job interviews and how to write my resumes so that I am ready for working in a job that will better suit me and what I want to do. In Career Exploration, I will get to better understand me and my dreams and help me prepare for life. I think for me the most difficult part of the class will be finding what I want to do because, as I
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