CAREER PATH_Revised.docx

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period and the legalities involved in the career. Search for data on advancement possibilities just in case you wish to move to the next level of training after completing the first level degree or certificate. Get data on labor market regarding the career to know the job earnings, job ranking nationally and internationally. Fourthly, come up with a short and brief list of your preferred career. Here you will now start to narrow down to few career occupations, for instance, two to
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Surname 2 five jobs on your master list. You will do away with those careers you wish not to pursue in future based on researched data. Do away with careers that have responsibilities that do not please you; if you are unable to fulfill its educational requirements or if you do not have the necessary and required skills to pursue it. After being left with few careers, you should start conducting informational interviews. Here you should commence doing in-depth research to gather more information on the vocations. Arrange and meet with people in the industry and who are doing occupations you wish to pursue in future. These will enable you to have first-hand information on the kind of career you are about to undertake in future. It will also give you an insight of how the job looks like, what is
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  • Summer '16
  • tom mboya
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