This may be the most challenging questions adults may have to ask themselves – What kind of work do I want to do?
PLAN FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
While there are some people that don’t care what they do for a living, or are willing to settle for whatever they can find, most adults prefer to have a career they enjoy, one that allows for advancement and personal development, one that offers job security, and certainly a career that meets financial needs, with room to grow. These kinds of careers generally don’t happen by accident; they are the result of planning and achieving goals.
As you begin the process of laying out your career future, there are certain questions you need to answer.
Go through the questions below. When you completed the list, give Interactive College of Technology a call to find out how we can help move you in the right direction.
What kind of things do you enjoy doing?
What are you good at?
What things about your current or previous job do you like?
Do you have a friend or family member whose job you would like to have? What is it?
Are you more comfortable:
Working with your hands or
Working with your mind or
A combination of the two
Do you like to solve problems?
Would you like to become better at solving problem?
Are you good with numbers?
Do you like to create things?
What kind of work environment do you want?
Do you prefer a desk job or being out in the field?
Is the field you want to pursue stable or more of a trend?
Will the job you would really like to have always be in demand?
When you complete this exercise, please print, and then contact the campus nearest you to set an appointment for a no-obligation review.
How exactly this mechanism works can be found on this web resource.