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What is Career Planning?

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  • 1. occupation career
  • 2. * can be defined as choosing life’s important paths * includes choosing an occupation, getting a job, growing in our job, possibly changing careers, and eventually retiring.
  • 3. * encompasses establishing career objectives and determining appropriate educational and developmental programs to enhance and enrich the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to achieve short – or long term career objectives.
  • 4. 1.Self – gather information about yourself (self assessment) * Interests, values, roles, skills/aptitudes, preferred environments, developmental needs, your realities
  • 5. 2. Options *explore the occupations in which you are interested *Get more specific information after you narrow down your options
  • 6. 3. Match During this phase of the process, you will: *Identify possible occupations *Choose both a short term and a long term option
  • 7. 4. Action *Investigating sources of additional training and education, if needed *Developing a job search strategy *Preparing for job interviews
  • 8. Career Planning making decisions exploring your options moving on knowing yourself
  • 9. Set your goals the SMART way: Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time – bounded
  • 10. Do not abandon a career goal! “Why do I want to achieve this goal? “Why is this important to me?”

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