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Caroline’s Answer

When it comes to choosing a career path, here's what guided me and might inspire you:

1. Identify what brings you joy every single day.
2. Seek out what gives you a sense of fulfillment and makes you feel like you're making a difference. Remember, 'value' could be anything that you consider to be meaningful and beneficial to your community.
3. Choose a career that resonates with your beliefs and principles. This could be anything from methods of aiding others to recover, to the mission statements or goals of a professional organization.
4. Even during tough times, what is it that you can still muster the strength to do? For me, working in healthcare has its challenging days, but my passion for the work always pulls me through.
5. Picture yourself in the same field for the long haul. Can you see yourself doing this 5, 10, or even 15+ years from now? Healthcare, for instance, is a demanding field. It requires mental, physical, and emotional resilience to withstand the stress and manage patient care effectively.
6. Engage in conversations with people about their jobs. Most people are more than happy to share their experiences and insights about their work.

Remember, your journey is unique and your choices are yours to make. Wishing you all the best in your career exploration!
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Rebecca’s Answer

Thank you for your question. The best course is what you have interest. You are the best person to know the answer.
Below is my suggestions:
1. Think about what you have interest, eg your hobbies, favourite subjects, etc and identify the related careers
Eg if you like music, would you like to be a musician, singer, musical artist, music composer, music producer, etc
If you have interest in maths, would you like to be an accountant, engineer, banker, financial analyst, maths teacher, etc
2. Find out more on these careers and determine what you have interest
3. Speak to someone who are working in these careers. Seek guidance from your mentor, school career counselor, your parents, etc
4. Shortlist 1-2 careers you would like to pursue
5. Explore the entry criteria of relevant courses in colleges
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
May Almighty God bless you!
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Traci’s Answer

There are several routes for becoming an Occupational Therapy Practitioner.
Research Occupational Therapy Assistant schools (both Associate and Bachelor’s degree levels) and Occupational Therapy schools (Master’s and Doctorate).
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