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Getting Started in a New Career

Getting Started in a New CareerIntroductionThe first step in considering a career change is to think carefully about what really drives you.You might find it hard to get past thinking about what pays the most or what is most secure, especially in todays economy. However, its important to first discover your primary interests and passions.

Once you have that main idea, you can start fine tuning your search for the right career. Its always challenging to consider a huge change in your life, and there may be many reasons why you think changing careers is not possible. Getting Started in a New CareerFirst Steps - Important

Getting Started in a New CareerMain Obstacles

Too much work and investmentChanging careers require time, investment and a reliable plan.

AgeEmployees feel that they too old to face a new career.

Low Self-esteemEmployees usually underestimate their marketability.

High RiskWe dont want to take any risks and jeopardize our stable career.

It generally takes time for people to find a new job and the waiting can be frustrating.You might have to go down a few different roads before finding the right career path.And time and introspection will help you identify the activities you most enjoy and that bring you true satisfaction.

Getting Started in a New CareerImportant Be patient!

Look for clues everywhere and focus on the things you enjoy doing.Take note of projects or topics that have motivated you, asking yourself why certain activities make you happy.Write them down and organize a list.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 01 Looking for clues

We always need to keep in mind our professional interests and goals but unfortunately we easily forget them during our professional life.You may also consider career counseling or a job coach because sometimes impartial advice from others can open up possibilities you hadnt considered yet.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 02 Asking for help

Once you have a general idea of your career path, take some time to figure out what skills you have and what skills you need:Management and Leadership experience,Communication Skills,Research and Program Planning,Public Speaking,Conflict Resolution and Mediation,Computer Literacy,Foreign Language Fluency, etc.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 03 Evaluating yourself

There are many ways to gain needed skills:Utilize your current position and look for on-the-job training or opportunities.Identify resources in your community.Volunteer or work as an intern. Take classes since some fields require specific education or skills.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 04 Developing skills and experience

You might be feeling so busy working that you barely have time to think about yourself.Managing stress, eating right, sleeping well, travelling and exercise will offer us the support to make the right decision regarding your new career.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 05 Taking care of yourselfOut of orderCleaning and Planning

Improve your network and share some of your strengths and professional experience with new friends.And look for people that can contribute and help you to get a new job. But dont forget to brush up your networking skills, being polite and truly friendly to people.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 06 Creating a network

Determine the industries and businesses you're most interested in (and best qualified for) and concentrate on those contacts and openings first. Remember, targeting also means being well-prepared and planning.Getting Started in a New CareerStrategy 07 - Targeting your search

Many people know deep down what their dream job would be, but deny it because they think it would be too difficult to achieve or they need approval from family or society.Based on that, take the time to really consider and decide what your priorities and dreams are. Getting Started in a New CareerImportant Dream Job

If you want to start a new career, you'll need to handle a number of details and challenges.And as you can see, there are many steps to getting started in a new career. But the good news is that there are also many excellent resources and articles available to help you get started and to avoid decisions that can jeopardize your private and professional life.

Getting Started in a New CareerConclusion

We would like to thank the following writers for their expressive contribution for this presentation:Joanna Saisan, M.S.W. and Melinda Smith, M.A. :http://www.helpguide.org/life/finding_career.htmHeidi Grant Halvorson http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/04/the_key_to_choosing_the_right.htmlJean Chatzky http://www.oprah.com/money/How-to-Find-the-Right-Job-and-CareerInternet Video http://www.howcast.com/videos/206365-How-to-Choose-the-Right-Career

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