This is my way to find the career path, but you can be different all the time, especially the time being that the wave will be changed time by time.
Lastly the supervisor and boss are important that lead you to make the success or normal. My reason for my career are always around the changing and good boss/supervisors.
弘埕(Jefferson) recommends the following next steps:
My current role involves me leading a warranty parts lab which involves managing a team of engineers, technicians, and documentation specialists. This role is a big change from what I was doing when I first started my career in service engineering. I have been able to do a wide range of professions such as service engineering, application engineering (direct integration work with customers), dynamometer test cell work with diesel/natural gas engines and getting the opportunity to lead and manage teams.
To conclude, I wanted to highlight that a career path in the engineering/technology field can vary greatly and provide many opportunities that might not always be apparent. My advice is to really determine what your interests are and what you enjoy doing. Don’t be afraid to take risks and make mistakes as this is how people really learn. I will also say don’t be discouraged if you choose a career path and find that is not what you really wanted. There will always be opportunities to change that path or make adjustments that better fit what you are looking for.
It then became obvious to me what I would pick for my career when the time came.
Form my life experiences:
Passion - try to be open-minded and discover early if possible what you have passions about ; likely there will be multiple things so question is then how to combine some or all of them together and amplify even more. In my own experiences, I got some 'de-tours' but, at the end, I still came back to what I like, what I am good at. I also have a friend after 10+ years of coding life, finally decided to do a PhD in music.
When you are doing something you like and good at, you'll always have something you look forward to everyday. When you are really good at something, everything else come.
Passion - love how as a project manager you are not in a pre-defined role where you must rigidly follow certain directives and have same day to day role. Need to love a challenge, working in uncharted waters and working with others to complete work tasks. No two days are the same!