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Welcome to Best Career View

I am sure many of you have heard this before "If you love what you do, you'll never work another day in your life." But how many of us can say that we are in that space in our lives.

We all daydream about that perfect job, imagining how happy we would be if we were actually doing what we loved the most. (Now don't say you love relaxing on your couch all day - no one's going to pay you for that!)

However finding this perfect job is a three step process:

  1. Finding what appeals to you
  2. Considering how best your present skill sets can be an asset to you and
  3. If you are willing to acquire new skill sets.

A career change requires research and planning.

  • Start by talking to a well informed person or a person you trust and get their opinion.
  • Take a close look at your existing skills.
  • Look at your personality. Are you an outgoing person or an introvert? Does the job require you to be extremely social?
  • Does your dream job entail you to be in a physically fit condition?
  • Talk to other people in the same field and get their opinion. Locate someone who is already doing the kind of work which interests you, and do an informational interview.
  • Try to do an internship or other form of entry level work to get first hand experience and see whether the work is a good fit.

The more you research your dream career, the better you will be able to evaluate whether it will meet your needs. This process will also open up more avenues and will help you make an informed decision.

So start thinking about your dream job and work towards it until it is a reality and not just a dream.

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