The career decision making process is a complex process involving self-assessment, career exploration, and educational planning.
By answering the questions below, you will be on your way to making a good decision about your career pathway.
Who, What, Where, and How?
1. Who am I? That is, what are your values, skills, interests, and dreams regarding a career?
2. What is my career goal?
3. What education is needed to accomplish my career goal?
4. Where can I obtain my education to accomplish my career goal?
5. How long will it take to accomplish my career goal, and how much will it cost?
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