How do you pick a career that’s right for you? With so many options, how can you decide on the right direction to start walking?
Catherine read my book and is well on her way to a new career. She recently wrote this post about how to pick a career direction and find a path that you love. She said it would be okay if I shared the post below. To follow her progress, visit her blog: www.cbcandmore.com
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Over a month ago, I had an article published with the Elephant Journal about how my exhausting job search contributed to my feelings of depression. The issue in the end was not that I could not find a full-time position; rather, that I did not have a career-focus. Once I had a career-focus, I found my lifestyle to be more fulfilling as I am now working towards my goal.
While I attended university, I considered applying to law school and graduate studies in public policy. However, upon completing my philosophy degree at McGill University, I realized that not only did I need a break from academia, staying in school longer will not give me the career insight that I needed.
Here’s are the steps that worked for me.