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Achieving Career Goals

By Edited Dec 25, 2013 0 0

Nearly everyone has career goals of one kind or another, but it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by your professional goals if you don't break down your long term or larger professional goals into a step by step plan or process.

After all, breaking down bigger goals into smaller, more manageable ones is the key to succeeding, not just professionally, but in every other aspect of your life as well. This article contains a step by step plan for establishing and then following through on achieving your professional goals.

Your first step is to choose a specific career path that you would most like to pursue at the present time. As some examples, you might choose to become a nurse or a teacher or a police officer.

After you have made your career choice, your next step is to research the various educational and training options where you live, then choose an appropriate school or training program, fill out your application, double check it, and submit it to the admissions department. Of course, you can always submit applications to more than one program.

Once you have been accepted into an appropriate school or training program, your third step is to complete the training program, working your hardest to excel and learn as much as you possibly can while you are there.

After completing your professional education, it is very important to visit the Career Services department of your school. Many schools offer extensive career services and job recruitment services, and it is absolutely essential to take advantage of any career services your school has to offer. The career services staff can help you prepare and polish your resume, practice your job interviewing skills, and even help you make arrangements for job interviews.

Once you have utilized your school's Career Services department to get job interviews and hopefully land a job, your career development is far from over. You will want to keep right on educating yourself in your chosen field by going to continuing education seminars and by reading extensively about the latest trends and developments in your profession. Education and professional development are both lifelong endeavors, after all.

Over time, you will want to continue growing and advancing in your career by pursuing (and hopefully getting) promotions, and you can do this by demonstrating to your employer (through your words and deeds) just how much you care about your job, and how eager you are to do well and advance.



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