Career Planning

Career planning is a very important step. One of the most challenging aspects of your job search is figuring out exactly what you want to do.

Imagine having a job that you love; one that you are eager to get to every morning and reluctant to leave every afternoon!

Very few workers are successful in finding a true dream job like this. They consider themselves fortunate enough simply to have a decent salary and a job they don't absolutely hate.

There's more to life than this. 

If you're going to spend a big chunk of your life on the job, shouldn't it be one that brings you true enjoyment, as well as financial security?

If you don't know what to do with your life, it may be because you're not sure what you can do with your life. Don't think you are limited by your college degree major (or your lack of a degree).


Don't think you need to head back to an online school to advance your career. There's a whole world of opportunities out there that you may not be familiar with. This is where career planning becomes important.

Find out what you are interested in and what occupations match your interests, skills, desires and even your personality type. You can do this through career aptitude tests, personality tests, surveys and so forth. Here are some excellent articles that can help you with this journey of discovery:

Articles About Career Planning

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For even more information about job interview questions and how to answer them, consider the "Job Interview Success System."

One of the 5 key components of this system is a 31-page report entitled "How to Give Job-Winning Answers to Interview Questions." In addition to giving more tips and strategies on general answering techniques, it lists 45 of the easiest, toughest, silliest and most common job interview questions as well as how to respond to them.

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