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how do I find the right job?

How do you know what major to study in collage or even what you want to do in the future? Like what job you want to pursue if you don't have a clear idea of what you would even want to do.

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Danusa’s Answer

Discovering the perfect job requires understanding your preferences and setting boundaries. Consider aspects like the areas you enjoy, your minimum salary expectations, and the tasks that best suit you. Reflect on the factors that matter most to you, and use your clear answers to narrow down your job search. It's natural to feel eager about finding the ideal job, but desperation can lead to exhaustion. By clarifying your limits and preferences, you'll be able to focus your efforts and find a job that truly aligns with your goals. Stay positive and keep striving!
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Dana’s Answer

I believed I had a clear idea of what I wanted to do before finishing high school. However, after graduating, I explored various career options. I didn't ask myself critical questions or seek what would bring me happiness in the years ahead. It's essential to find a support system, mentor, or counselor to help you identify your likes and dislikes. I eventually discovered my passion for website design after watching a commercial, and I became a webmaster for several years. Later, my career shifted to Instructional Design, and now I'm a Project Manager. Remember to stay adaptable and allow yourself the patience to uncover your true passion. Once you find it, your ideal career path will follow shortly.
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Jacques’s Answer

Through volunteering, internship, and having a mentor can help you decide what career path to take.
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Mickael’s Answer

Hi Kayley,

This is not an easy question to answer. It really depends on you. I usually propose this:
- what do you like?
- what are you good or at least decent at?
- what don't you mind doing under stress or forced?

Whatever intersects the three is a good potential. But there are so many possible choices that it is really hard to give any more details. Usually, you start with a domain of jobs, like environment, computer, politics, law, ... then you discuss with your councilor the various colleges that offer curriculum in that domain.
And while answering these questions, be honest with yourself and be as large as possible.
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