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October 30, 2016

If you are a university or college graduate, it is of great significance to think of your lifestyle and future career. Find out how to plan your career accordingly using our practical tips!

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108-1-6-Successful Career Planning.jpg1. Do It Annually

We do many things on a regular year-to-year basis. Why don't you rethink your professional orientations each year? You are getting closer to your professional life with each year, so you better understand what you are really craving for.

2. Trace Your Plans

However, we cannot miss such a wise advice for job seekers: compare your plans in the past with those you currently have! Ask you questions why did you change your mind, or perhaps, why didn't you?

3. Listen to Yourself

There is nothing more terrible than going to the work you hate with your full heart. So, place your attitudes and preferences as the priority. Beyond a doubt, lawyers and doctors are one of the most well-paid professions, but do you really like such an occupation?

4. Refer to Your Interests

Such advice for job seekers is rather simple. Find out what interests and hobbies you have now and had in the past. Many career prospects stem from hobbies quite often. As Henry Ford said: "The best job is a well-paid hobby."

5. You've Already Got Something

Track your professional, academic and other accomplishments. They may become a reason for your job application.

6. Your Skills Are Unlimited

Don't focus on a single profession. Your skills and knowledge can be integrated in some other field, if you know how to use them in the right way. So, if you want to make your career transition go smoothly and perfectly, think about a wider context of your professional abilities.

7. Be In Trend

Still, we recommend you to follow employment trends. What jobs are best-paid or worst-paid? What industries does global and national economics depend on? Where is a path towards a career growth?

8. Settle The Objective

You need to set specific targets and measurements for your job success. Make them feasible and simple. Be ambitious but reasonable.

9. You Have Many Chances to Learn

There is a wide range of training and learning courses where you may obtain some new skills in spite of your primary education. Workshops, courses, seminars, and other educational initiatives will become a good use for your career planning or career transition.

10. Make Sure You Can Go Further

Always think about your career growth. There is nothing overconfident of being curious how far and how fast you can reach top job positions and what you have to do for this.

October 30, 2016
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