By Peter Vogt
Occupation knowledge for students is a profession suggestion booklet if you happen to desire it such a lot - students dealing with huge judgements approximately their destiny yet who would possibly not have all of the info they wish. providing insights readers will not get in school, on the web, or from their mom and dad, specialist writer Peter Vogt publications students during the means of profession coaching. whereas many books exist to assist the first-time jobs seeker or the hot collage graduate, few supply support throughout the formative time whilst a huge is selected, an preliminary occupation direction is charted, and internship and paintings event possibilities abound. Filling this area of interest, this useful booklet involves greater than 60 recommendation articles separated into 4 significant sections: have a look round - a true go searching, be cautious What you think that you recognize, construct Your abilities and adventure via Hands-on actions, and...
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But here is the problem: Career choice goes beyond what you are good at. There are other factors at work, whether you know it or not, that will impact your career choice sooner or—much worse—later in your life. Among them: Your Interests and Passions—What You Enjoy. , your abilities or innate talents) and what you enjoy doing are two very different things (see Abilities and Skills ≠ Interests and Passions, p. 22). What if, for example, your skills are well above average when it comes to writing, but you are just not all that fired up about writing as a life activity?
Lurk and Learn: Internet Listservs Open Your Eyes to New Possibilities Let your hook always be cast. In the stream where you least expect it, there will be a fish. Ovid Wouldn’t it be great if you could find out more about a career of interest by convening a meeting of dozens or even hundreds of professionals in that field—right in your own residence hall room or apartment? Thanks to today’s technology, you can do just that. You do not even need to have or use the newer tools at your disposal— instant messaging, podcasting, and the like.
Thanks to technology, you can conduct informational interviews with practically anyone who is willing, in any part of the world. All you have to do is let your fingers do the talking. Highlight This: Thanks to technology, your informational interviewing activities need no longer be limited by geography. If you cannot talk to someone in person, see if you can talk to him or her via e-mail. Lurk and Learn: Internet Listservs Open Your Eyes to New Possibilities Let your hook always be cast. In the stream where you least expect it, there will be a fish.
Career Wisdom for College Students: Insights You Won't Get in Class, on the Internet, or from Your Parents by Peter Vogt