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Personal Planning* WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? What do you want to be when you grow up? Still not sure? Ask around. You’re not alone. Chances are, your friends and relatives aren’t certain either. Sure, they may have jobs and careers, but you’re likely to find that, professionally, many of them don’t want to be where they are today. Sometimes people’s interests change, or they may burn out. And some people are unhappy with their current job or career because they weren’t in the right one to begin with. Getting the job and career you want is not easy. It takes time, effort, and persistence. And, even though you will probably follow multiple career paths in your life, your career-planning process will be easier (and more effective) if you take the time to develop a personal career plan. Begin by answering the following questions. (Hint: Treat this seriously. If you do it effectively, this plan could guide your career decisions for the next five to seven years.) 1. Describe your strengths and weaknesses. Don’t just rely on your opinions of your
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course MAN 4583 taught by Professor Murphy during the Spring '11 term at St. Petersburg College.

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