Best Ways to Choose a career


Focus on your interests

Choosing a career is an important decision in everyone’s life. There are a variety of choices within each industry. All of these can be overwhelming if you don’t know where you want to be working. To figure this out, think about what your interests are. If you hate cooking, you shouldn’t be considering a career in the culinary field. Work should be an extension of your interests. If you are working on something you are actually invested in, your career will be extremely fulfilling.

Written by Martha Patel
8 months ago

Do your research

Once you’ve narrowed in on what your interests are, it’s time to do some research on how you could monetize your interests and skills. If you like to write, you can train to become a copywriter and market yourself as a freelancer. If you are interested in sports, you can get certified as a physical trainer and begin working at a gym. It’s all about finding a way to make the topics you are interested in work as employment.

Written by Sheila Boyd
8 months ago

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