Whether you are just starting out, or wondering if another career would suit you better, self-assessments can help you consider different options and confirm types of careers that might be right for you.
Career planning is an individual activity that occurs throughout a person's working lifetime. In American society, the career that you enter will influence your entire lifestyle, self-concept, income, prestige, choice of friends and living location. Career planning is indeed a subcomponent of life planning. It is influenced by many of the same factors, but it focuses attention on work tasks and work environments.
Why is a written career plan so important? Let me help you answer that question by asking you a couple more questions. Would you ever go to work for a company that doesn’t have a Business Plan? Would you ever have faith in a company’s programs and initiatives if they were not supported by clear, concise Marketing Plans? Of course, most of us want to know that we are part of an overall plan that is well thought-out and spelled out on paper. If our employer did not have written business and marketing plans, it would be cause for deep concern.
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