Dear Mahir, Selecting a career path can seem overwhelming. Start by identifying your skills and talents as well as your wants and needs. What do you like doing? What are you good at? What do you enjoy learning? What special expertise or knowledge do you have? Once you know the answers to those things, the next question is, who will pay me to do this? To get started, you may want to use a self-assessment tool. Look at the free website www.mynextmove.org. Based on how you answer the questions, it will offer some career paths for you to investigate. You might also want to look at fee based assessments like www.highlandsco.com. Next, you have to educate yourself about the world of work. Read job descriptions... volunteer, do internships, work part time, talk to professionals doing the things you are most interest in! Try things on while you are in school to help you narrow things down a bit before investing a great deal of time and money pursuing something that sounds good but in reality is not what you think it is!
Check out this short article for more advice. https://showcase.tempestamedia.com/graduates-learn-how-to-launch-your-careers-aid-21130/
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