Resources for Developing a Career Plan

Getting Started

Finding out, information gathering, research—these terms all refer to the process of gathering the facts you need to make an informed decision. Knowing where to look and who to ask for information will make the process much easier. The best decisions are informed decisions.By researching your options, you can base your decisions on facts rather than on guesswork. The more you know about your options, the more likely you are to choose the one that’s best for you.     > Read More at Finding Out: Get the Information You Need

Career Planning

Personal challenges are a normal part of work search and career or education planning. If you feel stuck facing a challenge, it’s often a good idea to pause and re-evaluate—go back to your vision and your values. When you’re clear about what matters to you, you’ll be able to let go of doubt and worry, and focus your energy on your plans.     > Read More at Handling Challenges: Changing What You Can Change

Source: Alberta Learning Information Service

More Tools for Developing a Career:

> About Career Planning   

> Changing Careers   




> Planning Step 1: Know Yourself 

> Planning Step 2: Explore Options

> Planning Step 3: Get Ready


> Planning Step 4: Take Action


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