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Khalil Collins COSC 1300 – 1 September 21, 2017 Deciding what you want to do with the rest of your life seems to be a daunting task. Yet in reality, you only need to decide what you want to do with the next several years of your life. Maybe you will fit into this new career and keep it forever, but more likely, this choice will often expose you to new opportunities that will spring-board you into yet another career path. So keep an open mind about your future as you explore your career path of today, because you are not stuck if you decide that it isn’t for you. Below is a brief summary of the steps to career exploration. See Appendix A for a more detailed summary. Get started– Career exploration Assess Yourself– Identify skills, interests, and accomplishments Explore Career Options– Learn about occupations, explore industries Gain skills– Identify your education and training needs Find a job– Search, apply, interview Manage your career– Evaluate your career path To get started in your career exploration, the first step is to simply get started.
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