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Are You Not Sure of Your Career Prospects? We Can Help You!

by Sanjana Sharma executive
It is that time of the year when students stress about their future. Who would not want to make good choices in life, but when it comes to career, most of the choices are directed by friends, families and in some cases relatives. In these scenarios, you fail to realize the peer pressure that students are going through. From elaborate degrees in an area where pupils have no interest in stuck in the same session as they have no skills sets, this has become an increasing issue.

In this modern era, we have countless options for the career. Then why get stuck with same old professions? The main reason would be lack of knowledge about careers or their own paths. In such scenarios practical choice is to meet a career counselor. Not only will they provide with career guidance but also, help you with the complete process.

If you live in Ahmedabad, then trust Parikshit Jobanputra for a better a career path and guidance. He is one of the most reputed providers of career guidance in Ahmedabad. As a student, you can also be a pillar in shaping your own future. For this you need to carve your way through these sectors:

1.    Career Interest
Start with an interest of your own. List down Jobs or subjects that you would like to pursue, irrespective of job labels. Then maybe list down career options provided by friends and family as well. Just for future sake! Also try to focus on subjects, topics or area of work that you would like to dismiss. This will help you prepare clear picture when shortlisting and removing options that you have no interest in.

2.    Skills
Developing skill set is the major share of career development. Once you have shortlisted career options try researching skill sets that are required for tasks. In certain careers like painters or artist, sketching, graphics or basic skill of drawing might be required.  You might have attained that skill set over the years or you just might have to develop it. Your career counselor will help you in research and sometimes provide options for training as well. Counselors like Parikshit Jobanputra have special sessions with students for same. Another helpful skill to develop is communication.  Communication is the two-way process and interpreting others is convenient. Lastly, try to develop self-management skills for better control of your future and life.

3.    Goals
According to your interests and skill-set, your counselor will help you set your goals. It is not necessary to feel pressurized. Feel free to express yourself to your counselor, so accordingly they can set your goals, either in your comfort zone or they might just try to push your limits.

4.    Explore & Discover
The job is temporary, career is for life. To achieve your desired career you will do multiple jobs. With each step, you take to try to explore yourself. This will help you constantly update your skills with practice and exposure. You will discover your new strengths.

5.    SWOT analysis
SWOT analysis stands for Strength Weakness Opportunities and Threats analysis. Certain categories should be evaluated for clear picture and the better idea of the situation.

  • Strength: Try analyzing capabilities, your experience, data, financial reserve, location, fees, and resources.
  • Weakness: Gap in competitive strengths, pressure, and reliability on project/university are some dominant factors.
  • Opportunities:  University or Project should have market value and appreciable growth ratio. Tie-ups & clients is another important factor
  • Threats: Analyze political and economic effects, economic conditions, and obstacles to be faced.

Try to experiment. Who knows you might just exceed your own expectations! If you are looking forward to being a step ahead by taking career counseling in Ahmedabad.

About Sanjana Sharma Advanced   executive

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Joined APSense since, June 9th, 2016, From Ahmedabad, India.

Created on Apr 10th 2018 09:39. Viewed 265 times.

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