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Why I join Career Village?

It is because I love to share my knowledge with everyone and it is a good social medium for it. Also there are many professional that also guide me about how I achieve my future goals

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Gabriela’s Answer

Hello there,

Being a guiding light for students as they navigate their career paths is something I'm deeply passionate about. This is because I've personally experienced the hurdles and confusion that come with selecting the right career and continuously honing my skills and knowledge.

Career Village is an incredible platform that provides a golden chance to lend a helping hand to others and leave a positive imprint on our community.

Likewise, if you're a student using this website, it's a treasure trove of advice on a wide array of topics you might be curious about. I hope this serves as a useful resource for you.

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Enise’s Answer

Hello there

Why should you join Career Village is that you may have some questions about your career, hobby, your major at the university, extracurricular activities, Or you may have thoughts about your career but not sure about, please raise a question (to me or other members from professionals and educator.

If you want to achieve your goals, you have ro create a a-route career plan. You should include your previous extracurricular experiences (projects, club: contests at school, volunteering agreed with college or without college: with a charity etc): if you do not have any prior experiences yet, you may start with those.
If you have any previous experiences with volunteering, and have not started your internship experience yet, you may start to create a plan with questions (what, how, why), your next career your route with X company: job announcements with descriptions, their interests and expectations: match with your soft and hard skills as well as emotional intelligence, and how you can pass interviews, group works etc. (you can find interview questions on most websites you may look at). Once you completed, you may wish to start with your part-time journey. You should do your job seriously due to strict rules, salary, time, and transportation. In this case, you have to create a timetable with to do list (daily or weekly). You have to be on time, you have to follow the guidelines and complete missions that had given to you from the manager. Once you deal with all situations in your part-time job, you celebrate your success; but if you want to apply a full-time job, it is up to you. Most workers tend to work in full-time jobs in order to have a salary.
To summarize, you may wish to start where you are in, where tou may wish to start, and how you can achieve tour goals with your plan. Good luck!

I hope this helps
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Marlyce’s Answer

Supporting students and those contemplating a career switch is my mission. As a Respiratory Therapist, I can assure you that our role is extremely crucial - a fact underscored by the COVID pandemic. While it's a specialized field, it offers a wide range of opportunities. You could work in a clinic, teach, serve in hospitals, or even provide in-flight care.

Our work spans across all hospital departments, catering to patients of all ages, from premature babies to the elderly. Plus, there's always the option to focus on a specific area if you prefer. The rewards are immense and the demand for our services is high. As we often say, when breathing becomes a struggle, everything else takes a backseat. So, consider this fulfilling profession and make a difference where it truly matters.
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