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maya’s Answer

Picking the perfect career is crucial, as it becomes a lifelong journey. So, ensure you select it with care. Here are some uplifting tips to guide you in making the right career choice:
1. Take a good look at who you are.
2. Ponder over what drives you.
3. Visualize your future ambitions.
4. Participate in various self-evaluation quizzes.
5. Discover various fields.
6. Investigate different industries.
7. Utilize expert resources.
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Katie’s Answer

You want a career you will enjoy, as you m, as you may be doing it for 40 years or more.LOOK for careers where you may be good at the skills, you will enjoy the work, and it matches your values, such as working outside, having power, making a lot of money or working on a team. Ask your guidance counselor if he or she offers career testing or go to https://www.yourfreecareertest.com/ or see if your community college offers it at a low cost, When you find a couple of careers that may interest you, see if you can observe those people working, called job-shadowing. If that is not allowed, write up 5-7 questions to ask them, called informational interviewing. Be sure to ask what they do and do not like about their work; every job has some less-pleasant tasks, but people may not mention them unless you ask. You can also go to a website for people in a given occupation : it may have information on it for prospective students. Choosing a career is an important task; take your time.
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Diane’s Answer

Please chose to do something that you are passionate about. It is rewarding to get paid doing something you love and enjoy. I have been employed since I was 13 years old and I have done a number of jobs to have income. My current position is challenging and rewarding and I enjoy it. I do a lot of project management and making sure that our mobility applications have all the compliance requirements completed.
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Nicole’s Answer

Understand what you enjoy doing and WHY you enjoy doing it. When I started college, I was a chemical engineering major. I loved the subjects and the lab work. I worked in an engineering lab for a major plastics manufacturer for 4 years. At some point I realized that engineering would keep me in certain types of environments, typically manufacturing or high physical risk settings often working with substances that could be harmful if not handled safely.

The reality of the career path made me realize that I loved doing work where I could apply my technical aptitude, however I no longer felt great about having to get dirty or work around hazardous materials to do it. And I wasn't crazy about the personalities of most engineers at this particular company! I wanted to work with more interesting people and have room to grow in my career that I wasn't finding in such a focused environment.

So I shifted over to technology and found my happy place. It worked out so well that I am still here after 23 years. In technology I could make great use of both my technical aptitude and creativity while learning the value of developing softer skills that make me a good manager.

What you choose may not be the only path to your career fulfillment, but it can be an important step along the way. Your career is really more about developing and discovering yourself. The work you do will always benefit from what you know you have to offer. And what you have to offer is already within you. This process of exploration is really about deciding and discovering for yourself what you have to offer.
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Thomas’s Answer

What do you enjoy doing? Do you see other people making their livelihood doing that? Then that is what you should do. If you don't know what that is yet, use the first few semesters of college to decide. Go into college "undecided" and figure out what to do that way!

If there's something that you enjoy that seems like it would be hard to make money from, decide if it would be worth it. I'm going into the music industry- one of the hardest industries to make it in, but I know that the work I put in will end up being worth it in the long run because I'm not giving up. If you have that attitude, you can do ANYTHING
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